• thetravelsista

      I traveled to South Africa and decided to visit several nearby countries. I ended up visiting Namibia, Swaziland and Lesotho too. I really would like to return to see more of Namibia.

  1. I have never been to Namibia but I am certainly looking forward to going someday. I didn’t realize there was a strong German influence in the town of Swakopmund. The picture of the dunes meeting the sea is beautiful.

  2. A nice and diverse set of experiences you enjoyed there, with stark contrasts in the terrain and, indeed, in what you got up to (sand boarding looks fun, although like you I would think twice before doing it!). Definitely looks like a place worth checking out, thanks for sharing! 🙂

  3. Sandboarding in highlight was one of my absolute favorite things to do in Namibia! Definitely more tiring than snowboarding due to the hiking and the heat…I never tried quad-biking though. Seems like a lot of fun!

  4. Quite an adventure! It’s amazing how creatures adapt. Love the lizard and little Gecko. Also really like the photo of the desert meeting the sea.

  5. WOW fortunes smiled on you that day huh? You basically had the tour to yourself. How awesome is that! I’ve only been on 2 “private tours” and they are definitely better. You can hear everything and you’re definitely catered to! What an amazing trip 🙂

  6. Great post – shows how much there is to do in Namibia!! I loved it there – Etosha was fantastic for game drives and Dune 45 for sunrise was very special. I did my one and only skydive in Swakopmund – tick that off my bucket list but never again lol 🙂 Thanks for bringing back the memories; I feel the need to dig out the journals I kept from my time there!

    • thetravelsista

      Yes, I was pleasantly surprised by the abundance of activity and beauty in Namibia. I’d love to go back.

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