Namibia’s varied geology encompasses rocks of Archaen to Phanerozoic age, thus covering more than 2600 million years of earth history. Nearly half of the country’s surface area is bedrock exposure, while young surficial deposits of the Kalahari and Namib Deserts cover the remainder.Geology is a topic travelers will find in discussion on any tour in Namibia, however meant for the laymen enthusiast. For the novice or fanatic, most tour operators provide custom tours focusing on the detailed side of Namibian geology, while enjoying all the rest the country has to offer.
For more information please visit: www.mme.gov.na/gsn/geoinfo.htm
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