If you are looking for a top quality eco tourism holiday on the African continent, the Namibia is your place.
Not only is it ethically sound, but it is also very easy on the wallet making it a win win destination. So what is there to do in Namibia?
Put simply. Plenty.
Here are a few of the top things to see and do in Namibia:
– Walvis Bay
– Visit the National Parks
Windhoek, the capital and the first stop for nearly all travellers on their journey through the country. This isn’t though a dump and run place. Why not do something a little different and visit the Tintenpalast, don’t know what this is? Well it is the seat of both the National Councils and Assembly.
Swakopmund, rich with it’s German colonial heritage is the countries finest beach resort and is home to some immense sand dunes,
Walvis Bay, Namibia’s second town and hosts the main port for the country, more importantly though, it is on the edge of the wondrous Namib desert, home to one of the finest sets of living species in a desert on this planet. If the desert doesn’t take your fancy then a bit of sea kayaking in the bay won’t go amiss.
Of course, being bound by the sea and exert and building a strong reputation for it’s eco tourism, it will come as no surprise that there are a plethora of national parks to visit. here are some of the best:
– Skeleton Coast
– Ai-Ais/Richtersveld Transfrontier Park which is home to the famous Fish River Canyon
– Waterberg Plateau Park
Of course in Namibia Travel Insurance, like anywhere, is a must. You are a long way from home and often when in the desert a long way from help. Give yourself peace of mind on your trip and press the “Get a quote” button to learn how reasonable your travel insurance can be.