Things To Do In The Dry Lands Of Namibia

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When speaking of Namibia, the only thing that comes to mind is Cheetah. It’s great to confront these amazingly exquisite creatures, and even better to lock eyes with them.

But apart from cheetahs do you know, that there is another world out there? So, let’s take a look at the additional interests that can be found in Namibia.

Kalahari Desert in Namibia

Kalahari Desert

People often suffer from a misconception that Kalahari Desert is a perfect barren land with a hot and dry climate. Yes, it’s technically a desert, but it also houses some of the localized environments that makes it a city. Being a tourist, you have to drive far away from the hotels and lodges to experience the real Kalahari desert.

One of the best examples is the Succulent Karoo. It is home to some incredible 5000 different plant species that are endemic to Namibia. It is a type of desert where you can see patches of scanty vegetation all around. Make sure that you hire a private guided safari so that you don’t just stray in the vast expanse of the land.

Fish River Canyon

Fish River Canyon

In Africa, the Fish River Canyon is the largest canyon and also the second largest on Earth. It’s 27km wide, 160km long, and up to 550m deep. This makes the spot the second most popular tourist attraction in Namibia. It’s great to hike along the rim, or disappear into the canyon for some bone-chilling experience.

You can also choose to trek the Fish River Canyon Hiking Trail. In the entire southern Africa, this place is the most popular spot for hiking. Remember, no cell phone service will be available here and thus, you need to prepare yourself for hardcore adventure.

Sossusvlei

Sossusvlei

Have you ever seen a 380ft tall sand dune? Don’t worry. Just visit Sossusvlei which is home to some of the highest sand dunes in the world. You can experience an ecstatic view of sunrise in the wee hours of the morning. Apart from the sad dunes, you can also see some dead trees along the way which are 600 to 700 years old. They just don’t decay due to the dry climate of Namibia.

However, you should not forget about the cheetahs too. There are various cheetah conservatories in Namibia which you can pay a visit to.

To choose the best conservatories in Namibia, you should always hire a reputed travel agent as such a person would have knowledge about the best time for visiting the places around Namibia.

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