Namibia Travel Guide
Namibia formerly a German colony, is located on the south-western coast of Africa with borders to its north with Angola, to its north-east Zambia, to the east Botswana and, to the south-east and south South Africa. Its west coast looks out over the Atlantic Ocean.
The landscape is spectacular with the coastal Namib desert, the Central Plateau, and the Kalahari in the east. The Central Plateau is the core of the agricultural life of Namibia.
Tourists come to see the myriad of traditional villages and colonial towns which blend German, Boer and indigenous heritage together. The country also offer safaris to see classic African game animals, such as desert lions, elephants and zebras.