Namibia is one of the most fascinating and diverse countries in the world. Located in the south-western part of Africa, its name comes from the Namib, the oldest and arid desert in the world that runs through the country, notable for its migratory dunes, dry river beds, and canyons.
The official name of Namibia is “Republic of Namibia”. It has been an independent country since 1990, and its capital is Windhoek, the place where this incredible adventure begins.
We are talking about a beautiful land and a pleasant climate, a safe place to travel accompanied and delight ourselves with immense landscapes that escape our sight, of silences broken by the sounds of those who inhabit it and of a history of thousands of years carved in the rocks of the Twyfelfontein.
You will get to know the Himba tribe, a semi-nomadic people that preserve the original lifestyle that they had a few centuries ago, ancestral customs that persist today.
Namibia boasts a rich fauna and flora that competes with other African countries. Its vast plains parade 240 species of mammals, 20 antelopes, and more than 250 reptiles, and almost 700 species of birds.