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Namibia, formerly known as South West Africa, is a true hidden gem. A haven for photography enthusiasts, this country offers […]
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Namibia, formerly known as South West Africa, is a true hidden gem. A haven for photography enthusiasts, this country offers a mesmerizing palette of colors, shades, and captivating scenes set against serene landscapes. It beckons you to simply sit back with a drink in hand, quietly admire the beauty, and immortalize it in your mind or through your camera lens.

In Damaraland and the northwestern regions of Namibia, echoes of its ancient geological history resonate through the rugged mountains, dry riverbeds, and striking rock formations. For unforgettable wildlife encounters, look no further than Namibia's Etosha National Park. It stands as one of Africa's premier wildlife destinations, home to a variety of species not found elsewhere, all converging at the waterholes for a drink. Sossusvlei, with its ever-shifting sand dunes, is a marvel to behold, and a hot-air balloon ride above the mesmerizing Namib Desert is an experience you shouldn't miss. Namibia truly offers a wealth of natural wonders to explore and capture.

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Damaraland: A region of awe-inspiring landscapes and ancient geological wonders, featuring mountains, dried riverbeds, and unique rock formations. Damaraland is one of Africa's most geologically diverse and sparsely populated areas, offering stunning scenery and history.

Etosha Pan and National Park: Located in northwestern Namibia, Etosha boasts a vast salt pan so immense it's visible from space. This park is a wildlife haven, where an abundance of animals gathers around the waterholes, virtually guaranteeing remarkable game sightings.

Fish River Canyon: As the second largest canyon on Earth, it presents a colossal ravine stretching approximately 160 km long, up to 27 km wide, and at some points nearly 550 meters deep. The canyon's scenery is nothing short of spectacular, making it a must-visit destination.

Kolmanskop: This once-thriving diamond town, built by German settlers in the early 1900s, is now abandoned and gradually being consumed by the shifting sands of the Namib Desert. Explore the fascinating remnants of this town, complete with a hospital, ballroom, school, theater, and bowling alley, now engulfed by sand, making for captivating photographic subjects.

Sossusvlei:  One of Namibia's most renowned destinations, famed for its immense red sand dunes set within the arid desert.  These dunes, some of the world's tallest at nearly 400 meters, offer extraordinary photographic opportunities throughout the day.

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When to go

In general, the best time for travel in most of the country is from May through December. During the scorching summer months of December through March, temperatures can soar above 40 degrees Celsius. Winter days, on the other hand, offer comfortable and dry conditions, making them the ideal time for travel. Additionally, this season presents the best opportunity to observe wildlife, as the natural water supply diminishes, prompting animals to gather at waterholes.

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Currency: Namibian Dollar

Language: English and Afrikaans are the official languages of Namibia.

What makes it special: Namibia's abundant sunshine, with over 300 days of it each year, is undeniably appealing. However, there's more to love about this country. Namibia offers a leisurely, unhurried, and inspirational journey for travelers, with a strong emphasis on its breathtaking landscapes. Here, you can immerse yourself in some of the most remote and spiritually significant places on the planet. Serra Cafema, in particular, shines as a standout destination where you can connect with the nomadic Himba people. Sossusvlei is another enchanting gem, inviting you to climb towering dunes, slide down their slopes, float gracefully over them in a hot-air balloon, and capture the mesmerizing "sea of sand" through your camera lens. Etosha National Park, sprawling across some 20,000 square kilometers with its expansive salt pan, is a wildlife enthusiast's paradise. It draws an astounding array of wildlife species, promising remarkable encounters. 

Weather:  The summer season in Namibia spans from December to April, and for some travelers, the intense heat during this period can be challenging, especially considering the significant time spent outdoors. On the other hand, winter, which occurs from May to October, is widely regarded as the ideal time to visit. During these months, you can expect clear blue skies and dry weather, creating perfect conditions for exploration. However, it's important to note that nights can be quite chilly, particularly in desert areas. To ensure your comfort, be sure to pack extra clothing for the evenings. Fortunately, this provides a great excuse to gather around a warm and inviting fire.

Social customs: The people of Namibia represent a fascinating tapestry of heritage, encompassing Afrikaans, Germans, Himba, Bushmen, and various other tribes from neighboring countries, including the Tswana from Botswana and the Khoi from South Africa. Each of these diverse tribes maintains its unique cultures and enduring traditional customs, including distinctive styles of dress that persist to this day. When interacting with the locals and considering photography, it's crucial to prioritize respect and cultural sensitivity. Always seek permission before taking pictures to ensure that you do not inadvertently offend or intrude upon the privacy of the people you encounter.

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