Capture Namibia: Photography Tips from Greg Whitton

18th of October 2013 09:14

Photography enthusiast Greg Whitton was in Namibia a few months ago, and he took some time to share a few of his photos and experiences with us... 'Sunrise at Vingerklip' Photo by Greg Whitton Tell us about your most unforgettable moment while shooting in Namibia. I'd like to say it was witnessing sunrise over the dunes of Sossusvlei, or an abrupt encounter with a my first Bull Elephant shortly after entering Etosha, but actually it was the driv


The Desert-Adapted Elephants of Namibia's Kunene Region

16th of October 2013 07:54

Namibia is home to one of two known groups of desert adapted elephants in the world, with the other group being found in Mali. As mentioned in a previous post, there are several desert dwelling large mammals in Namibia’s north-western Kunene region. Read on to find out more about Damaraland’s desert elephants.   A family of elephants traverse the harsh terrain together.(Photo by Michael Poliza) How do they survive? These elephants a


The Amazing Birdlife of Namibia

11th of October 2013 08:07

Namibia is home to 676 of Southern Africa's 887 species and the whole country is littered with endemic and interesting birds. There are many great spots for bird watching in Namibia - here are just three of them to give you a glimpse into birding paradise.  The Zambezi (formally Caprivi) Region The Zambezi or Caprivi Strip can be found in the extreme north east of Namibia and this region alone is home to over 425 species of birds.


The Desert-Adapted Rhinos of the Kunene

8th of October 2013 09:23

Namibia has some beautiful environments and one such place is the Kunene region in the North. The region, which is divided into Damaraland and Kaokoland, is mostly desert and semi-desert yet is home to three remarkably large mammals. Specially adapted rhinos, elephants and lions live out their lives in this wind swept and beautifully stark region. Here's more info on the desert adapted black rhinos found in Damaraland and how to catch a


How to Explore Etosha National Park

5th of October 2013 06:50

Etosha National Park spans over 22,270 km2 and is criss-crossed by a network of roads that you can drive on to visit the park’s various watering holes which number more than 30. With a network this vast and with over 114 mammal, 340 bird, and 110 reptile species to see you will need a game plan, and this post is all about helping you figure that out. Follow this link to see what we found using the easy steps in this guide! Begin planning your


Adventure Travel World Summit 2013 Official Song Released

4th of October 2013 06:43

With less than a month to go before 650 International delegates descend on Namibia for the 10th annual Adventure Travel World Summit, Team Destination Namibia is pleased to release the official summit song, !Kgala by Namibian artist, Elemotho. Elemotho.(image courtesy of KV schiffART) The adventure tribe was first introduced to Elemotho when his song was used in the short film, Destination Namibia.  This video was presented at ATWS 2011 in


Etosha: A paradise for wildlife, adventurers & photographers

1st of October 2013 08:47

Namibia’s Etosha national park is located in the northwest of the country and is the largest safari park in Namibia. Self-drive safaris, unique locations and amazing scenery make this park and absolute must for adventure seekers and photographers.  An impala in the bushes, seen from the road. This post will show you what kinds of things you can expect from a visit to Etosha, and later this week we will share our exclusive ‘how to’ gui


Luderitz, Namibia's Extreme Holiday Mecca

27th of September 2013 08:55

Namibia is famed for its many different adventure sports and activities available to tourists and locals like. One of the most popular varieties of adventure sport is kiteboarding. Southern Namibia has a lot of wind, and a lot wide open spaces and beaches, this post will tell you a bit about a little town where you can learn how to take advantage of the wind, sun and water. Luderitz- a town of many surprises. Luderitz: Adventure Sport Hotspot Th


Luderitz- Exploring Namibia's Historic Diamond Town

23rd of September 2013 09:26

The small town of Luderitz is located in the South of Namibia and if you are lucky enough to have some free time on your holiday, then you should definitely go on a tour of it and its surrounds. From quaint old German-style architecture, to beautiful wide-open skies and crystal clear seas with white beaches, Luderitz is a small town with a lot to see. Welcome to Luderitz! Arriving The first great thing about Luderitz is that it has its own airpor


Five Top Spots for Adventure Camping in Namibia

19th of September 2013 12:41

There is nothing quite like camping in the wild. From being able to hear the snuffles and shuffles of local game as they make there way around the wilderness, to waking up in the pristine morning in time for a blazing sunrise, nothing can compare to the open, free feeling of camping in a beautiful country like Namibia. The serenity of camping.(photo source African Exlporations) There are loads of campsites dotted around Namibia, and a lot of thes


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