15 Beautiful Places in Namibia: Epic Photo Journey

Namibia is Dream Destination, and you are about to find out the most beautiful places in Namibia that you should add to your bucket list. Namibia is one of those places that will leave you in AWE doesn’t matter if you are traveling around the desert, or doing a safari, and you cannot go wrong whichever you choose to visit.

Here you can find the opportunity for you to virtually visit and explore the top places to visit in Namibia through these amazing Namibia photography journeys, that I took during my road trip in Namibia.

Namibia is a destination with epic beauty and has some of the planet’s most astonishing landscapes, making the photos you see in books or on the internet inspire you to want to jump on the first plane and travel to see and explore Namibia for yourself! Without any further ado, let’s check the most beautiful places in Namibia.

Places to visit in Namibia

Beautiful Places in Namibia Overview

Because of the vast landscape and habitats, the animals of Namibia are able to roam freely without too much human interference Namibia has very diverse wildlife, including the big five, and a very rich marine life.

From driving in the vast desert, climbing some of the tallest dunes on the planet, going on an amazing safari in Etosha, and immersing with some of the fascinating tribes – I hope that these top 15 places to visit in Namibia will just make it to the bucket list.

Check this breath-taking 3-minute of the most beautiful places in Namibia:

15 Beautiful Places in Namibia

1. SOSSUSVLEI: Overall the most beautiful place in Namibia

One of the most beautiful places in Namibia desert, Sossuvlei is located in the Namib-Naukluft National Park.

It is almost impossible to describe the epic Namibian desert landscapes, even illustrated through photos. The diversity of the landscapes, makes you wonder if the next stop will be as beautiful as the last, but it just continues to get more and more beautiful as you drive and explore different parts of the country.

There are no words to describe the feeling of standing in front of one of the highest orange dunes on the planet such as the Big Daddy, the tallest one in the Park, and climbing the spectacular Dune 45.

The best time to visit Sossusvlei is early in the morning, when the temperatures are still cooler, and the shadows on the dunes look pretty amazing too.

TIPS TO VISIT: The best way to visit the Sossusvlei and Deadsvlie is on self-drive with a 4×4 rental car or you can go on a private tour. I recommend spending at least 2-days visiting this incredible national park, there is plenty to see and to do, and staying overnight gives your the chance to sleep under the stars in the middle of the desert. A great lodge to stay in the Desert Quiver Camp.

Namib desert in 25 photos of Namibia
The Namib Desert is the oldest desert on the Planet and it is constantly shifting and shaping with the wind blowing – it is certainly one of the most beautiful places in Namibia and in the world!
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Namibia photography at dune 45
The stunning landscape of Namibia is so inspiring and it is impossible to take a bad photo
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Sossusvlei in the Namib Desert – Orange Dunes


Deadsvlei is also situated in the Namib-Naukluft National Park and you can visit it on the same day you visit Sossusvlei.

Walk in the vast clay pan of Deadvlei, and wonder how the petrified Acacia trees survived to 900-year-old of transformation, or just watch the wind shifting and shaping the oldest desert in the world.

The Namib Naukluft National park is one of the best places to visit in Namibia. It is just stunning, surreal, and absolutely inspiring.

TIPS TO VISIT: I recommend watching a sunset and a sunrise at Deadsvlei, as the sun uncovers outstanding shadows of the trees on the claypan ground. You can also climb one of the dunes around to get a different view of this surreal landscape. If you want to watch the sunset and sunrise, you will need to have accommodation inside the park since the gates open at 6:30 am until sunset. The Sossus Oasis Campsite is located inside the park and it gives you the freedom to drive around and watch the sunset and sunrise.

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Walking in the Deadvlei vast pan
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Deadvlei and the petrified 900+-year-old Acacia trees


The name of the country derives from Namib, which translates as “ vast place”. Namibia is one of the least populated countries in the world with just over 2 million citizens – that is equivalent to 3 inhabitants per square kilometer, with hundreds of kilometers devoid of humans.

Imagine losing yourself in the vast and remote terrain, enjoying the beauty of the landscapes and nature, and finding in each stop a perfect opportunity for an amazing photo. You can drive for hours on the long and straight roads without seeing another car along the gravel roads that criss-cross the country.

The Namib Desert extends from 1,200 miles (1,900 km) along the Atlantic Coast of Africa from Angola all the way to outward across Namibia, all the way to South Africa. The southern portion merges with the Kalahari on the plateau atop the escarpment.

The landscape of the Namib desert will surprise you, and you can constantly see the scenery changing, you will see animals crossing the road, and once in a while, you can see people walking their sheep on the side of the road.

TIPS TO VISIT: During a Namibia Road Trip, you will probably be driving in the Namib Desert. You may drive for long distances without seeing another person, or another town so loads on gas, snacks, and plenty of water. Halfway through Sossusvlei and Swakopmund, you will pass by the famous “Tropic of Capricorn” sign, so make sure you don’t miss this photo!

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Namibia road trip self-drive 11-day


A road trip in Namibia is not complete without including Etosha National Park – one of the most beautiful places in Namibia!

Because of the vast landscape and habitats, the animals of Namibia are able to roam freely without too much human interference Namibia has very diverse wildlife, including the big five, and a very rich marine life.

Etosha National Park is one of the top tourist destinations in Namibia and also one of the most significant safari destinations in Africa, with more than 100 mammals and 340 different species of birds.

The wildlife here is simply fabulous and spotting animals is as easy as parking your car at one of the waterholes and waiting for large numbers of zebras, elephants, springbok, oryx, giraffes, and many other animals to arrive to drink water. Namibia safari is another must-do when you visit Namibia.

TIPS TO VISIT: Driving on a self-drive safari in Etosha National Park is relatively easy, the gravel roads have good conditions and there are have secured pic-nic and toilets areas you can visit Etosha National Park by driving your 4×4 Rental Car. Another option is to join a Guided 4×4 Game Drive – I recommend spending at least 2 days doing a safari at Etosha, and stay at one of the lodges inside or close to the gate – One of the best accommodations options in Etosha is Toshari Lodge, and they also offer guided game drives.

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The amazing moment when you see the king so close
Get inspired to visit Etosha in Namibia
At 130 km’s long and up to 50km’s wide in places, the Etosha pan is the largest in Africa and is the park’s most distinctive and dramatic feature, visible even from space. A stunning place in Namibia!


This is another fascinating place in Namibia – the Quiver Tree Forest. Even if we call them “trees” they are actually species of Aloe capable of growing over 30 feet tall and the oldest trees in the forest are estimated to be between 200 to 300 years old.

The quiver trees are regarded as a national symbol of Namibia and are featured on the currency and in popular imagery.

The Quiver Tree Forest is located only 10 km from Keetmanshoop, and a large number of them grow in uncharacteristically close proximity, creating a forest-like landscape. It’s one of the only known naturally occurring such sites in the world.

There are about 250 quiver trees in the forest, and the tallest trees in the forest are about 8 feet (2,50 meters). To visit the forest you pay a small admission fee.

TIPS TO VISIT: The best time to visit is between June and July when the trees are flowering – and the best time of the day to visit is during sunset when you can take stunning photos. Be aware of the intense daytime heat and sun exposure. Wear sunscreen, a hat, and bring a water bottle to stave off heatstroke and sunburn. If you are looking to explore this region, the best option for accommodation is the Keetmanshoop Self-Catering.

Namibia in 25 photos Quivertree Forest
Quivertree Forest is 10 meters or higher aloe plants that can be as old as 300 years-old


Kolmanskop is located only 8 miles (13 km) outside Luderitz, near the Forbidden Zone, an area controlled by the Namdeb Diamond Corporation, a joint venture owned by De Beers and the Namibian Government.

What was once a very rich mining town, was abandoned in 1936 and today sand dunes fill the town and the houses. A town filled with fortune and dreams turned into an intriguing place to visit and also, a paradise for photographers.

100 years ago Kolmanskop was home to a very busy diamond mine, but because diamonds are not forever, the resources got to an end, and the people abandoned the city, which today is covered by the desert.

Kolmanskop is definitely one of the places to visit in Namibia that will just fascinate you with its history and landscape.

TIPS TO VISIT: If you are visiting Kolmanskop, the gate closes at 1:00 pm every day. You will need to reserve at least 2 hours to explore the whole town. Kolsmanskop is on the way to Luderitz, so plan to visit it if you are driving in the area. A good hotel to stay in is the Alte Villa Gasthaus, in the town of Luderitz.

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Kolmanshop makes we feel inspired to travel to Namibia
Kolmanshop is the most famous ghost town in Namibia


Luderitz is a coastal town in Southwestern Namibia, known for its German colonial buildings. The bay also hosts a bounty of wildlife including seals, flamingoes, and wales.

This cool and often foggy coastal town by the Atlantic coastline where the ocean meets the Namib Desert is a great stop for a fresh seafood lunch, and to visit the colorful German architecture buildings.

Here you can have not only the stunning views of the coast but also, try some of the best seafood in Namibia, as Luderitz is the center of rock lobster, as well as oysters.

On the way to the coastal town of Luderitz, you can see some of the only Wild Horses in Africa. These horses were brought by European colonials and found a new home in the Namib desert in an area known as the Garub.

TIPS TO VISIT: The best accommodation option is the Alte Villa Gastehaus, with an excellent location and an amazing on-site restaurant serving fresh local food. Plan to have lunch here, and get delighted with their cuisine.

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The town of Luderitz
Namibia photos to inspire you to travel and see the wild horses
Garub is one of the only places you can find wild horses in Africa
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Sandwich Harbor is my top-pick for the most beautiful places in Namibia. It is “Where the desert meets the ocean” and it is just an unreal experience to be able to drive over golden dunes nestled beside the Atlantic Ocean, and the highlight of the Skeleton Bay Namibia.

It is one of the best places to visit in Namibia, and my favorite place, hands down!

While driving over golden dunes nestled beside the Atlantic Ocean, I passed some seals, jackals, and jackals eating seals. From Walvis Bay to Swakopmund is less than 30 minutes drive.

TIPS TO VISIT: If you decide to self-drive to Sandwich-Harbor, note that a minimum of preparation is required. Have a proper 4×4, have great driving skills off-road, buy your permit to enter, and know the tide table before you go. I recommend booking the tour with a professional local tour company. A great place to stay if you are in the area is Walvis Bay, and the Iris Boutique Hotel is a great option, with an excellent location and a wonderful breakfast included.

Namibia desert is one of the best Places to visit in Namibia
Sandwich Harbor where the desert meets the Atlantic Ocean
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Photos of Namibia to make you to travel to Sandwich Harbor
Sandwich Harbor is where the desert meets the ocean


The Skeleton Coast should also be on your bucket list of the most beautiful places in Namibia – Located in the Northern part of the Namib Desert and starts in the city of Swakopmund.

It is littered with the wrecks of many ships, and the shipwreck The Zelia is the easiest one to see near Swakopmund.

The Skeleton Coast earned its marine reputation as “The Gates of Hell.” Skeleton Bay in Namibia is prone to dense fogs with heavy surf, which helped to cause so many ships to sink in this area.

The best activity while here is to drive this very wild and desolate area and to admire the sandy beaches along the highway on one side, and the desert on the other side making this place extremely unique.

TIPS TO VISIT: If you desire to visit the shipwrecks, I recommend having the areas marked in advance as while you are driving on the road, the mist makes it hard to see anything from the road. A great accommodation option is you are going to explore the Skeleton Coast is the First Group Desert Rose in Henties Bay.

Skeleton Coast in Namibia
Skeleton Coast shipwreck of the Zeila.
Skeleton Coast self-drive Namibia
The driving on the road between the ocean and the desert is stunning


One of the top places to visit in Namibia is the city of Swakopmund. The largest coastal town in the country and the perfect stopover between the desert and the Skeleton Coast.

The city is located in such a unique location – with a long coastline and also, some incredible miles of sand dunes. It was established by the Germans in the 18th century, which you can see in the architecture of the buildings, and it is located nearby the harbor of Walvis Bay

Swakopmund is an adventure hotspot and offers many activities, such as driving on the dunes, the very popular quad biking, sandboarding, and going on an amazing Scenic desert bike tour, for the adventure lover you can go skydiving, and also Kayaking for a great wildlife experience.

Swakopmund is also a very popular destination to fish in the ocean or to go on a catamaran around the coast to watch the sunset!

TIPS TO VISIT: I recommend spending at least 2-days here. There is a lot to do in the area, from outdoor adventure sports to diving into the Sandwich Harbour, and is a great stopover to explore some really good restaurants. Eat some good German food at Swakopmund Brauhaus and have some beer in a boot! A phenomenal accommodation option is the Desert Breeze Lodge, with a private sun deck and views of the dune.

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Swakopmund is the largest coastal town in Namibia and it is the paradise for the local’s summer vacation


Another beautiful place to visit in Namibia, while you are on Skeleton Coast is Cape Cross, as it is home to thousands of Cape fur seals and is considered the largest aggregation in the world – Just North of Hentisbaai or about 80 miles (130 km) north of Swakopmund.

In the peninsula you can spot more than 20,000 seals – the view of thousands of seals, the loud noise, and the smell makes it an amazing experience. If you are sensitive to the smell, I recommend bringing a mask, and you will be just fine!

If you get to visit the colony during the breeding time (Dec-Feb) is even more fascinating, to be able to observe the curious cubs with their protected mothers, and learn how to walk and swim – it is truly magical.

During your visit, you pay a small fee at the entrance and walk on the wood platform and do not touch or get too close to the animals. You will be really close to the colony and be able to observe and take amazing pictures from your designated area.

TIPS TO VISIT: You can see the seal colony all year round, but the best time to visit to see the breeding time is between December and February. A great accommodation option is you are going to explore the Skeleton Coast is the First Group Desert Rose in Henties Bay. Another option to observe the incredible seal colony from a different angle is to go on a half-day eco-friendly kayak tour

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Cape Cross is home to the largest Cape fur seals colony


The flamingos’ colony is one of the best things to see in Namibia – They are concentrated in the lagoon by the Pelican Point, in Walvis Bay. This shallow and sheltered 45,000-hectare lagoon, southwest of Walvis Bay and west of the Kuiseb River mouth, attracts a range of coastal waterbirds in addition to enormous flocks of lesser and greater flamingos.

Not only the flamingo colony is stunning to see and photograph, but it is also very easy to visit and see them. The flamingos congregate by the lagoon and you can just park your car and easily find them. The flamingos are excellent fliers, and watching them flying in big groups is just incredible!

They have been known to migrate up to 500km overnight in search of the proliferation of algae and crustaceans.

While visiting Walvis Bay you can also go on Humpback whale watching, especially between July and September is very easy to spot the gentle giants in the area. Another great thing to do is to go on a half-day eco-friendly kayak tour to see some wildlife like dolphins and also, the seal colony peninsula.

TIPS TO VISIT: The best time of the year to see the flamingos is between December and March – it is when the migration season starts. A great place to stay and also, try some of the amazing seafood dishes is at the Pelican Point Lodge, located on an extraordinary spot on the peninsula.

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Flamingo colony in Walvis Bay


Another amazing place to visit in Namibia is the rocky outcrops of Twyfelfontein, featuring exceptional Bushmen engravings that are considered to be some of the best-preserved etchings on the African continent.

This is a UNESCO World, Heritage Site, located in the Kunene region, in the western region of Namibia. The site is considered to be home to the most intense collection of rock art on the continent, with some 2,500 distinctive rock carving and painting on 212 slabs of rock, some estimated to be around 6000 years old!!!

It is easy to visit and to see the engravings, from raised platforms that lead you out to the stone pathways. The engravings from the Stone Age illustrate pieces that depict symbolic terraces, untamed wildlife, and mythical beasts.

In Damaraland, you can also visit the Organ Pipes, a fascinating geological formation over 150 million years old, with rich rust-colored columns that tower over 5 meters above the ground, and resemble a church organ. Also, in this region, you can visit The Brandberg Mountain, Namibia’s highest mountain, and houses the famous ‘White Lady’ Bushmen painting.

TIPS TO VISIT: Visits to the art sites are best viewed in the late afternoons on guided walks with a stop at the visitors center, and you can arrange a visit upon your arrival. If you are planning to explore this rich area of Damaraland, the best place to stay in the Etendeka Mountain Camp, this rustic and eco-friendly camp, is one of the best places for stars’ gazings. They also offer guided walks and game drives in the desert of Damaraland.

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Namibia is home to 13 indigenous tribes and you can (and should) experience the diversity of these people and cultures. The Namibia people I encountered were very friendly and open.

They encourage you to engage with them and share a moment of learning about each other. I got the chance to spend some time at a Himba Village and get to learn so much more about Namibia people and their beautiful culture.

They are semi-nomadic people recognized for their bare chest, red ochre-paste-covered skin and hair, and clothes made from cow skin.

If you are interested in visiting a Himba Village I truly recommend contacting my friend Rimunikavi and he can arrange your visit – he is a Himba and speaks fluent English, and he does an amazing job hosting visitors

TIPS TO VISIT: If you want to have an authentic experience with the Himba Villages, you can drive to Khorixas and you will start to see villages along eh road where the women and children selling some handmade souvenirs. If you are visiting the area, a great accommodation option is the Twyfelfontein Adventure Camp

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Get inspired to travel to Namibia and visit te Himba people
The Himba people are semi-nomadic people recognized for their bare chest, red ochre-paste covered skin and hair, and clothes made from cow skin


Last, but not least, one of the most amazing places to visit in Namibia is one of the Bushmen Villages.

They are the oldest inhabitants of Southern Africa, having lived there for at least 20,000 years. One of the most amazing things is their ability to survive in nature and in the harshest climates, and they are renowned for their hunting and tracking skills.

The Living Museum is an ethical and cultural highlight in Namibia as well as a good example of sustainable development, as the visitors give back to the local community and support the preservation of their culture.

The San people provide an opportunity to learn about their culture and traditional way of life. You can participate in many activities in a visit as short as a half-day or as long as 3 days.

Activities range from a visit to their village, participation in a bushwalk, learning how they gather and hunt, making their own bow and jewelry, and watching their traditional dancing and songs.

TIPS TO VISIT: I truly recommend this activity and I booked in advance with the Ju/’Hoansi-San Living Museum they also offer the opportunity to camp at the village with the San People. After I visit the Bushmen, I continued my journey in Africa on my Botswana Self-Drive Itinerary and I went on the Best Safaris in Botswana.

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The San People are also known as Bushmen are the oldest inhabitants of Southern Africa, having lived there for at least 20,000 years
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The San People doing traditional dancing for healing around the fire

My Photography Gear for the beautiful places in Namibia

There are so many amazing opportunities for photos and videos, so it is impossible not to capture the amazing moments while traveling around. Therefore, do not forget to bring your camera equipment with you:

Beautiful Places in Namibia Conclusion

Namibia has certainly many more amazing places to visit than this list. it is hard to choose only 15 Top most beautiful places in Namibia. But this is a great start for your first visit, that I recommend in order to have the best experience.

Namibia is a destination with epic beauty and has some of the planet’s most astonishing landscapes, making the photos you see in books or on the internet inspire you to want to jump on the first plane and travel to see and explore Namibia for yourself!

From driving in the vast desert, climbing some of the tallest dunes on the planet, going on an amazing safari in Etosha, and immersing with some of the fascinating tribes – I hope that these top 15 places to visit in Namibia will just make it to the bucket list.

I hope you enjoyed this guide and if you have any questions, just leave me a comment below.

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41 thoughts on “15 Beautiful Places in Namibia: Epic Photo Journey”

  1. Supporting our dear friend and her amazing talent!! Stunning pictures and would love to go there some day!! Thanks for sharing Paula!! ??

  2. Seu blog é simplesmente fantástico, neste cenário surreal que mais parece saídos de uma pintura, são de tirar o fôlego. A beleza natural da Namibia e incrível e vi que coisas que desconhecia. Parabéns pelo seu trabalho!!!

  3. I thought the flamingo pictures were my favorite… but Kolmanshop looks so surreal!!!! All that sand inside that house?!!! Its amazing!
    The bushman people look so kind and open hearted!!! I can only imagine the experience of being there in person!!!
    What a wonderful article!!!
    Keep it up!
    Looking forward to seeing more!

  4. Incredible pictures! Love the random bath tub ? South Africa and Namibia are pretty high on my post covid list!

  5. What a beautiful place to visit! You do a great job inspiring us all with your photos. I am adding Namibia to my bucket list 🙂

  6. WOW! That first photo just took my breath away. Then you hit me with the flamingos and the incredible safari. I am so inspired! Thanks for sharing about Namibia Paula. It is officially on my list now!

  7. WOW these pictures are just INCREDIBLE!!! That first pic with the sand dune literally left me speechless. I can’t imagine actually seeing these in person!

  8. Hi Katy, I cannot wait to travel again. I hope you get to visit Africa, it is my next destination after the lockdown also.

  9. Eye-popping images Paula. Amazing how much Namibia looks like something from outer space. I definitely will make it there eventually. The people look beautiful too. What culture. What a trip! Great job buddy!


  10. Your photos are stunning! I love travelling in Africa but I haven’t yet made it to Namibia! It’s on my list now! Thanks so much for sharing!

  11. Namibia is stunning! Love your photos – we’ve wanted to go to Namibia forever and experience sunrise at the dunes. It would be a bucket list experience for sure! Also would love to see the seals. Great post!

  12. I hadn’t considered visiting Namibia before but it looks absolutely stunning so I might add it to my list now! It would be difficult for me to choose just a couple of places to visit from your list.

  13. I lived in Naminia for 4 years and still get homesick for it’s beauty, ipeople and lifestyle. Your descriptions and photos brought back so many great memories. Thank you for sharing.

  14. I travelled through Namibia way back n 2006. It was such a whirlwind of 10 days and I have vowed to return. Your photos make me remember why I fell in love with the country!

  15. Wowowowow I have never once considered visiting Nambia but thank you for this post you have thoroughly convinced me that I should go at least once in my life – if not more often to try everything suggested here ! What an amazing post ! This was an incredible read with a lot of amazing photos too !

  16. Namibia looks absolutely amazing! All of your photos are wonderful making me feel as if I’m there. The dunes, petrified trees, and visiting villages to see how bushmen live is incredible! Love all the great tips as it is super helpful in planning a trip there!

  17. Wow, what a comprehensive article! Namibia is such a gem. I’ve lived in South Africa for 6 months a couple of years ago and traveled around Swaziland, Mozambique, and Tanzania. I wish I had visited Namibia as well. Your pictures are outstanding!

  18. I absolutely love your photos of the ghost town and the Himda tribe and Bushmen Village. What an incredible trip! I felt like I was right there tagging along with you as I was reading it. (Totally wish I had been!) Keep it up…I love reading about your journeys.

  19. Namibia is also one of the most stunning places I’ve visited. I appreciate how thorough and detailed this article. It brings back so many memories from my own trip 🙂 I spent time in Windhoek and Swakopmund and being able to see where the desert meets the ocean was insanely beautiful. I’m so excited to go back and visit other parts of the nation.

  20. HI Tiffany – Yes, Namibia should be on everyone’s bucket list, right? It is so incredible and so unique. The part where the desert meets the ocean is also my favorite, I had tears of happiness when I saw that for the first time, it is really powerful

  21. YOu are so kind Erin, thank you so much for your feedback, and hearing that my pictures could help you travel to Namibia, it is amazing.

  22. Thank you so much, Stefanie, glad to hear you enjoyed my pictures. WOW! You lived in Africa before…I would love to live for a few years too and just explore around the whole continent, very slowly. I am fascinated by Africa, its history, the people, and nature.

  23. Thank you so much Vanessa, and hearing that my photos were able to transport you to Namibia, puts a big smile on my face. Thank you for your kind words and for visiting my blog.

  24. I am so glad to hear you are considering visiting Namibia, Maria. YOu will absolutely fall in love too, the way I did. Thanks for your kind words

  25. I know right? There is no way to visit Namibia and not fall in love with it. WOW! you visited in 2006, I am sure it was very different back then, I found Namibia so safe and relatively easy to explore by a road trip.

  26. YOu are so lucky Joanna, you lived in Namibia before – what an amazing country, kind people and incredible nature.

  27. HI Kirsta – I am glad to hear you enjoyed this post and that you are considering visiting Namibia now. Namibia was on my bucket list for many years, and I am so glad I got to visit it, it is surely an amazing destination.

  28. Thanks so much, I am so happy to hear you enjoyed this post and the pictures. Oh yeah, the sunrise and sunset at the dunes is something even hard to describe or show in pictures, it is something you have to be there and feel the energy and appreciate the miracle of this moment.

  29. Hi Linda, I am with you, I love Africa too and I cannot wait to continue exploring it. I hope you get to visit Namibia, you will fall in love with it.

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