Namibia is a mix of largely untouched scenery, majestic plateau mountains and extinct volcanoes, gentle dunes and coarse gravel plains, deep canyons and rugged mountain ranges. If you explore these landscapes on foot, you have the leisure and the opportunity to take a closer look at the many miracles filling this arid country with life.
Those who aim for the top are drawn to Spitzkoppe, Namibia’s version of the Matterhorn, or Brandberg with Königstein, the highest peak in the country.
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The Caprivi region, the long finger like extension in northeast Namibia, was annexed to then German South-West Africa give Germany access to the Zambezi River.