Namibia is one of the younger countries in the continent of Africa and has an unlimited potential for growth in tourism. Located between the South Atlantic Ocean and the Kalahari Desert, this country is a collection of amazing sights and rich cultural traditions.

With a land area of about 824,000 square kilometers, Namibia is a very large country even when compared to the other massive nations in Africa. Travelers began to explore the country only in the middle of the 19th century. Germany colonized Namibia at the end of the 19th century, and it became an independent nation in 1990.

Although Namibia is considered a primarily arid nation, it is home to beautiful national parks and various species of wildlife. Its picturesque landscapes and bountiful activities make it a worthwhile travel destination for tourists from all over the world.

Sights to see in Namibia range from wildlife parks and rugged mountains to bustling villages. There are also activities that everyone can participate in and enjoy, whether they are a group of adrenaline junkies or a family just wishing to spend quality time with each other.

The people of Namibia are hospitable and deeply rooted to their culture. Around 87% of the population is composed of ethnic Africans – 50% from the Ovambo tribe and 37.5% from other Namibian tribes of Kavangos, Herero, Damara, Nama, Caprivian, Bushmen, Baster, and Tswana.

The predominant religion in Namibia is Christianity, practiced by roughly 80 to 90% of the population. The rest still practice indigenous African beliefs.

The electricity in Namibia is 220V at 50Hz, and the usual plug type is the one with three round pins arranged in a triangle. If you are bringing along any electrical gadgets, bring the proper adapters to ensure the gadgets’ safe usage and to avoid damaging them.

Exploring Namibia is just like entering a painting, with bright colors and breathtaking scenery everywhere. Tourists visiting the country will never want to leave the beauty and uniqueness of Namibia.