Known for being one of the most densely populated countries in the world and home to vast stretches of rugged arid land full of contrasts, Namibia is still an attractive and easy-to-travel destination, and a top destination for those who love nature and safaris.
Twyfelfontein is an ancient archaeological site, which has become world famous after being named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The site is over 6000 years old. These carvings and inscriptions were made by the ancient Bushman warriors. The carvings were made at the site by cutting the hard surface layer of sandstone at the site. Most of the sculptures at the site are as animals such as rhinos, elephants, ostriches and giraffes, and also include depicting the effects of feet of humans and animals.
It is in the northern part of the Atlantic coast of Namibia and was known as the Skeleton Coast because it is the site of the largest ship cemetery in the world., and even those who survived the sinking ships, and could swim through the thick waves and reach the coast, still had to face the arid desert that surrounds the coast, and speaking of the desert area surrounding the coast, it is an attractive tourist destination also worth seeing as it dominates The high sand dunes that make it one of the most beautiful desert tourist destinations that can be seen.
Spitzkobe Mountain, which is in the Namib Desert in Namibia, is known as the “Matterhorn of Namibia”, and it is a group of bald granite peaks in the Namib Desert. The huge mountain that formed the mountain, because of a giant volcanic eruption over 100 million years ago, besides that, the area of Mount Spitzkoby includes many other tourist attractions, such as strange rock formations with drawings and rock inscriptions left by the Bushman warriors in various locations in Mount Spitzkobe.
Another great tourist attraction in the Namib Desert is described as a huge clay bowl surrounded by giant red sand dunes. Flowing through the desert, Sossusvlei is also an ideal location for shooting and watching the sunrise and sunset as the sun’s rays are reflected off the dunes causing them to appear in different colors in a dazzling scene, and the fierce desert winds are changing the look and feel of the sand dunes, providing a desert scene changing.
Fish River Canyon
Fish River Canyon or Fish River Valley is an attractive tourist destination in southern Namibia. Fish River Canyon is the second largest valley in the world after the famous Grand Canyon in Arizona, USA, and the largest mountain valley in Africa, with a length of about 160 kilometers, and a width of up to 27 km and an estimated depth of about 550 meters, the valley was formed thanks to the famous Fish River, which is the longest inland river in Namibia.
Etosha National Park
It is a national park and a famous nature reserve in Namibia, located 400 km from Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, and an area of about 22,275 km². The park is also famous for being home to many types of wild animals including herds of zebra, wildebeest and antelope, as well as thousands of birds of different species, including great flamingos. The reserve also includes three camping sites for safari trips in the reserve site.