Namibia can easily be defined as an animal kingdom land. It is as beautiful as it is diverse. Situated across the coast of the Atlantic Ocean lays the famous for being the world's oldest desert, the Namib Desert, where just the sight of the sand dunes will have you in awe. Whether you are a first-time traveller or a regular visitor, this place will make you want to wander around for as long as you can.
Travelling across the country guarantees a picturesque experience as nothing else can add such an effortless natural charm to a place like the mountain spine of Namibia does. It is a Southern African treasure spot because of the wildlife as well. Well-known for the numbers of cheetahs that roam the land, travellers can also catch a glimpse of lions, hippopotamus, hyenas, giraffes, jackals, wild digs, zebras and so many more - an ideal place to watch the wildlife in its transparent glory. Through the museums such as Swakopmund and Lüderitz you can learn more about the locals and the history of their ancestors. Namibia is an incredible place because of its history of oppression, colonial presence and evolution through time that defined it as one of the most naturally independent and wild places on Earth.