Do you know the feeling of excitement when you finally purchase your plane tickets and start counting days left till your next adventure?
When we were buying our plane tickets to Namibia, none of us was sure what to expect. When it comes to Africa, Namibia is not a place of first choice for most of the people. But you know what? It turned out to be one of the most stunning countries we have ever been to! Orange, endless desert horizons, majestic sand dunes, breathtaking canyons, wild animals crossing the road, beautiful people, incredible starry skies and those sunsets! Words cannot describe the beauty of this country, so let the video and photos speak for themselves!
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Star gazing in Palmwag was one of the best experiences
Scenery of Namib-Naukluft National Park is insane
Marvelous landscape of Sossusvlei
Himba women attach great importance to their appearance
The Bridge – the most famous rock formation in Spitzkoppe
Gnu in Etosha National Park
In the middle of Dead Vlei
Make sure to visit Cheetah Conservation Fund – they make such a great job!
We made friends with this cute little girl from Himba tribe 🙂
Kolmanskop – ghost town in the Namib desert
Climbing Dune 45 was one of the highlights of the trip
Zebras family crossing the road in Etosha National Park
Flamingos in the Walvis Bay Lagoon
Our 4×4 house during the whole trip
Kids in Lüderitz marina
Oryxes wandering across Etosha National Park
Magnificent sunset over Fish River Canyon
African sunsets are unforgettable… Let’s have a toast to that!
Was it Simba?
Ordinary road in Namibia
Just look at this kid from Himba tribe!
You will become friends with parrots at the Desert Explorers headquarters in Swakopmund
Spitzkoppe is called the African Matterhorn
Dune 45 is the most popular dune in Soussusvlei
Elephant in Etosha National Park
Kids playing at the Lüderitz marina
Skydiving in Swakopmund – Namibian capital of extreme sports
Girl from the local Himba tribe
Fish River Canyon is so captivating…
In Namibia you can find springboks at every turn
On the way to Dead Vlei
We helped some tourists with changing the wheel in the middle of a desert – look how damaged it was!
Dead Vlei from a drone
Lion taking a nap on the road in Etosha National Park
We spent few hours enjoying the mystic atmosphere of Dead Vlei
Dead Vlei in all its glory
There are tens of thousands seals at Cape Cross Seal Reserve and you can surely smell it!
Mr. Rhino at the bar 🙂
We really enjoyed Dead Vlei – it’s stunning
originally published on Bored Panda Travel