Part of the Bradt Travel Guides series
Namibia is a land of bewitching variety: from the warm, rust-red sands of the Kalahari to the wild waves that pound the formidable Skeleton Coast; from the elegant German architecture of Swakopmund to the simple mud huts of the Himba people.
Its endless roads make it eminently accessible to independent travellers.
Equipped with a car, they can explore deserted diamond-mining towns, ponder ancient engravings at Twyfelfontein, marvel at herds of zebra at Etosha's great saltpan, and tuck into ultra-fresh oysters at Walvis Bay.
Now in its fifth edition, this is the most established guide on the market, with in-depth coverage of wildlife, environment, history and culture, plus invaluable practical advice for Namibia veterans and Africa novices alike.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 544 pages, colour illustrations, maps
- Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides
- Publication Date: 05/06/2015
- Category: Travel & holiday guides
- ISBN: 9781841629148
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