Countries Archives: Namibia

Rhino tracking in the desert

Rhino tracking on foot in the rocky mountains and dry riverbeds of Damaraland gave these bloggers the opportunity to come face-to-face with a desert-adapted black rhino mother and her calf.

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Gary Arndt on photographing Namibia

2014 Travel Photographer of the Year, Gary Arndt recently spent some time in Namibia and we managed to get him to sit still long enough to give us his top tips for capturing Namibia on film.

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road trip namibia

10 need-to-know tips for road tripping Namibia

Travelling through Namibia by car is one of the best ways to explore this extremely vast and beautiful country. The freedom you have to stop anywhere and go anywhere makes self-driving in Namibia extremely rewarding. Here, you’ll find some tips to make the most of your road trip in Namibia.

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The battle of the eagles

Anja Denker captures some spectacular images of three tawny eagles fighting over a large snake!

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Gondwana Canyon Park

Gondwana Canyon Park is one of the more established private parks in Namibia – started in 1995 and at almost 1 300 square kilometres it is one of the biggest too.

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The extreme beauty of Ai-Ais National Park

Scott Ramsay crosses the Orange River to Ai-Ais National Park in Namibia and explores the second-biggest canyon in the world – the Fish River Canyon.

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Windhoek, Namibia.

4 ways to discover Windhoek’s history

The bustling capital of Namibia is a city that wears its history on its sleeve. Buildings, monuments and neighbourhoods contribute to a narrative of the local cultures and their history, making it a fascinating place to visit.

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Desert animals in Damaraland

The rocky hills and gravel plains of Damaraland are home to more arid-adapted wildlife than we could ever have imagined.

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Horse sleep-out in the Namib Desert

These bloggers go galloping across the rocky plains of the Namib with nothing between them and the wide-open spaces and discover a sense of freedom and a safari like no other…

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A sense of surreal in strange Solitaire

In the middle of nowhere in Namibia, somewhere between Sossusvlei and Walvis Bay, lies the one petrol-station town of Solitaire – a photographers dream come true.

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