Namibia reminds one of the ancient traditional African families with massive compounds and densely populated houses alongside a vast array of farmland. This is especially true as Namibia is one of the most sparsely populated countries in the world.


Namibia, better known for its spectacular landscapes and unique wildlife derives its name from the world’s oldest desert, the Namib. Although prior to this; it previously went by names like Afrikaans Namibia, South West Africa or Suidwes Africa

Namibia shares borders to the North with Zambia and Angola, to the East with Botswana and to the South and East with South Africa. Namibia initially inhabited by the Damara, San and Nama people, is now dominated by the Bantu people better known as the Ovambo people who arrived around the 14th century. Other ethnic groups include the Germans, the Herero and the Kavango.


The cultural diversity of Namibia speaks evidently in its languages as many Namibians at least four languages. Most can speak at least two indigenous and at least two foreign languages.


If you enjoy nature, spectacular landscapes, unique sand dunes and top of the notch wildlife viewing then Namibia is just the place for you. After all, they don’t call it ‘Africa for Beginners’ without a reason.

Attractions include; Sossusvlei,Etosha National Park, Fish  River Canyon, Kalahari Desert, Swakopmund amongst others