Mostpeople whotraveltosouthern Africafind themselves in South Africa(logical).Butat least as interestingto visit is neighbouring Namibia.With giantdeserts,a stunning coastlineandgreatnature parks, this is adestination for thetrue adventurer!
Namibia is located in South west africa and its capital is Windhoek, this area is for tens of thousands of years inhabited but nevertheless, Namibia is with its 25 years of independence one of the youngest African countries. The capital Windhoek is situated in the middle of the country has approximately 300,000 inhabitants and the sleepy town of is primarily used as a springboard by visitors for the rest of the country and is easy to visit in a day. Namibiawasa German colonyfrom1884to 1915and it showsinthearchitecture by, among other things, the Christuskircheandthe Alte Festethatwas builtas the firstGerman settlementin a strategicplacenear the watersources ofthe city.The old town ofWindhoekdoes not feellike arealAfrican city earlierEuropean;Most of thepopulation lives in theAfricandistrict ofKatatura.From 1915 to1990under the regime ofSouthAfricametmasssaleNamibiafallspopulation transfer.The district is, however, since theindependentblossomedandnow formsthe main center ofthe citybutstill leaves a lottobe desiredon infrastructure.
For example, there is the Sossusvlei.A Meccaforthelandscape photographer.And if you areluckyyou can also seesomewildpassing by.But noLions, leopardsorelephants.For that you needinEtosha National Park.Here you will findall the wild life andhelp to plan yourvisitto the preservationof this greatpark.It isconvenient to have a good guideto have if youare going to visitallnatural areas!
For those whoarelookingtosomethinglessadventure, there are alsoenoughplaces inNamibia.Such as Swakopmundwhere thousands ofGermans areretired.Okay,may soundgroggy.It is alsoquite a bit,but veryrelaxedif you have finewant tochill inthe Sun!