A Land of contrasts
From the rolling landscapes and rugged mountains of the north to the picturesque towns and villages of the south, there’s something for everyone in this landlocked country. If you’re looking for an unspoiled destination where everything is just as it seems, you can’t go wrong with Namibia.
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It is a fascinating country with a rich history
Namibia is a landlocked country located in southern Africa. It is bordered by South Africa to the south, Angola to the east, Zambia to the north, and Zimbabwe to the west.
The country has an area of 2,458,000 square kilometers and a population of 31 million people. Namibia’s history dates back to ancient times and it was part of the Nguni Empire before becoming independent in 1990.
What is the history of Namibia?
The history of Namibia is rich, with many events and people that have had an impact on the country’s development.
Some famous people from Namibia include Patrice Lumumba, Nelson Mandela, Julius Nyerere, and Alice Paul. Additionally, Namibia has a number of impressive natural landmarks such as Mount Everest and Lake Okavango Delta.
The attractions of Namibia
Some of the most popular attractions in Namibia include its landscapes, wildlife, and cultural icons such as Bokassa (the first president of Namibia), Jan van Riebeeck and Chief Uli Kühnemann among others. There is also plenty of activities available for tourists including hiking, fishing, and safaris.
What to see in Namibia?
Namibia is a land of contrasts. From the beautiful, dripping rainforests of the north to the rugged Andes of the south, there is much to see and do in this fascinating country.