Namibia is a country that has been home to many, including the German people. It has a huge amount of natural beauty. A holiday here will enrich your knowledge about African culture. The famous Kalahari desert is located in this country.
The south of Namibia shares the border with South Africa. Angola lies on the northern part of the country. The central part has the tropic of Capricorn going through it. The northeastern region is known as Caprivi.
The capital city is Windhoek. Other than that, there are beautiful small towns which are worth a visit.
Trumka (a desert town), Luderitz (a coastal town), Outjo (national parks) and Keetmanshoop (trekking trails) are some of them.
Things To Do In Namibia
The natural sites are an opportunity to have a glimpse at the amazing African flora and fauna.
The Kalahari Desert, Skeleton Coast, Bradbury Mountain, Kolmanskop (ghost town), and Epupa waterfalls are just a few of the awe-inspiring things that this country has to offer.
You can use the minibus to get around. It is used mostly in Africa. Rental cars are popular among tourists. But the tires wear down pretty quickly due to the roads in Namibia.
Fuel is also a thing to worry about because the country sometimes suffers from fuel deficit.
The official language of the nation is English. It is used by the majority of the people. It can be a little difficult to understand, but it will be enough to help you communicate with them.
There are many ethnic groups that have led to numerous indigenous languages like Nama, Silozi, San, Oshiwambo. German is also used in some parts.
1 USD equals 14 Namibian Dollars. You can use the banks to convert currency. They do not charge any extra money for converting it. ATMs in malls can be used to withdraw money.
Namibia is an inexpensive place to travel to and the hotels will offer you efficient service at an affordable price.
Electricity & Plug Type
Namibia uses types D and M sockets. You need to bring a travel adapter to fit the proper socket type. Check out the above-linked page to see the photos and other useful information.
The standard voltage is 220V. Many of your devices may need a step-up transformer to match the electrical voltage.
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