With more than 300 days of sunshine a year, Namibia makes for great flying weather, and therefore gives visitors ample opportunities to enjoy the amazing scenery from above.
Namibia has extensive airstrips across the country providing an extensive air transport system. Fly-in safaris are popular with visitors to Namibia... Read more
Namibia's premiere drop zone is located just outside the coastal town of Swakopmund. The scenery viewed while floating peacefully under an inflat... Read more
Ballooning is like a magic carpet ride. While you fly, you do not feel any turbulence as you are travelling at the current wind speed. The tranqui... Read more
With the fresh southwesterly winds and a nice, soft place to land, the dunes around Swakopmund represent one of the great paragliding training fac... Read more
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The black rhino is not black - it is in fact the same colour as the white rhino! The name "white"...
Namib is the Nama word for "vast" - and this desert, stretching for 1,600km along Namibia's coast...
Fish River Canyon is the second largest canyon in the world.
Namibia has the largest free-roaming cheetah population in the world, there are an estimated 2,...
Zebras, horses and wild asses are all equids, long-lived animals that move quickly for their ...
Lions have long been killed in rituals of bravery, as hunting trophies and for their medicinal ...