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Tourism is one of the largest industries in Namibia. The people are fully aware of the country’s potential and have made optimum use of it. The unmatched beauty of Namibia’s destinations is perhaps its USP. Namibia travel is headlined by the wildlife and desert safaris, leisure and recreation.
Tours include accommodated tours, camping safaris, day trips and safaris, fishing trips, fly-in safaris, hiking trails, honeymoon trips and riding trips. Accommodated tours are perfect for people who want to have an ideal and comfortable experience during their Namibia travel. These tours include tours below seven days, tours extending up to ten days, trips more than ten days and lots more. For the more adventurous tourists camping safaris are just the thing. The great outdoors are a challenge and camping is a wonderful way to experience the rugged countryside of Namibia. Because Namibia has several scenic locales, one of the largest tourist groups are newly wedded couples. Tour operators offer packages involving lodgings, outdoor activities and destinations that inspire romance. Since most of the landscape consists of rugged mountains, Namibia is the country for hikers. Almost every other lodge or camp has a hiking trail leading to the lofty mountains.
Namibia has umpteen numbers of lodges. The central, coastal, northern and southern regions of Namibia are equally studded with quaint lodges and rustic camps. Central Namibian lodges include Erongo Wilderness Lodge, Hohenstein Lodge, Ai-Aiba Rock Lodge, Aru Game Lodge, Okahandja Lodge, and Mount Etjo Lodge. Tourists can stay in Burning Shore Beach Lodge, Cape Cross Lodge and Lagoon Lodge along the coast of Namibia. Tsumkwe Lodge, Etosha Aoba Lodge, Etosha Mountain Lodge, Kunene River Lodge, Oshakati Country Lodge, Bush Baby Lodge and Ohange Lodge are a few of the lodges located in Northern Namibia. Eagles Nest Lodge, Zebra River Lodge, Orange River Lodge, Fish River Lodge, Camelthorn Kalahari Lodge, Keetmanshoop Central Lodge, Solitaire Country Lodge and Sossusvlei Desert Lodge are southern Namibia’s well known lodges. These lodges provide modern amenities in their rooms as well as quality services such as swimming pools, restaurants and bars, libraries et making your Namibia travel enjoyable and peaceful.
Once again there is no end to the number of places you can see in Namibia. The north, south, coastal and central regions are filled with spectacular destinations. Most of places are tourist centres meaning that the places offer a number of attractions and activities for the visitors. Eco tourism and extreme sports are the most common motivation for Namibia travel and they compel people to visit this country. Caprivi Strip, Fish River Canyon, Sossusvlei, the Skeleton Coast Park, Sesriem, Etosha Pan and the coastal towns of Swakopmund, Walvis Bay and Lüderitz are a few of the most popular tourist destinations in Namibia.
Four wheel drives are the best way to get around the rough country of Namibia. They are strong, sturdy and protect people from the extreme climatic conditions of the country. Moreover several roads are damaged and big vehicles make navigation on these roads easier and safer. They are also built to guide tourists safely through the deserts and are large enough to hold camping equipment. Depending on an itinerary, car rental agencies guide tourists in selecting the correct car for their Namibia travel.