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NAMIBIA - QUICK FACTS

GEOGRAFICAL LOCATION

Southwest Africa

LANGUAGE

English

CURRENCY

Namibian Dollar - 1 Euro = 20,51 N$ 

VACCINATIONS

No vaccinations needed

VISA

90-days Tourist Permit or 6 months Nomad Visa

POPULATION

2.4 Million

COFFEE

1,20 Euro 

UBER

1 - 3 Euro per Ride

WHAT'S SPECIAL ABOUT NAMIBIA?

  • ​2000km desert along the coastline

  • Namib Desert - the oldest desert in the world

  • Second least populated country in the world

  • Second biggest canyon in the world

  • The first country to incorporate environmental protection into its constitution

  • One of the driest countries in the world

  • Economic Sectors: Tourism, Mining and Fishing

ATLANTIC OCEAN

WINDHOEK

BOTSWANA

SOUTH AFRICA

ANGOLA

SWKAOPMUND

WALVIS BAY

RUNDU

LÜDERITZ

ETOSHA NATIONAL 

PARK

SOSSUSVLEI

Namibia's history is marked by a complex tapestry of colonialism, struggle for independence, and cultural resilience. From the early San inhabitants to German and South African colonization, and finally, to independence in 1990, Namibia's past is a testament to its enduring spirit and journey towards self-determination.

HISTORY

Namibia's cultural tapestry is woven with the traditions of diverse ethnic groups, such as the Himba, San, and Herero tribes. Each group contributes unique customs, art, and languages, offering visitors a rich and immersive cultural experience.

CULTURE

Namibia boasts diverse wildlife, including iconic species like lions, elephants, giraffes, and rhinos. Its varied landscapes, from desert dunes to savannahs, provide habitats for a rich array of animals and birdlife.

WILDLIFE

Sossusvlei is a dry clay pan, surrounded by dunes in the Namib desert. Inside the pan you will find the Deadvlei which is famous for hundreds of years old dead camel thorn trees. 

SOSSUSVLEI

Etosha National Park, Namibia's premier wildlife destination, offers vast salt pans, diverse wildlife, and exceptional game viewing experiences.

ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK

Spitzkoppe, Namibia's "Matterhorn," boasts stunning granite formations, ancient cave art, and panoramic vistas, attracting adventurers and nature lovers.

SPITZKOPPE

Swakopmund offers many attractions, besides magnificent colorful buildings, visitors can go surfing, do catamaran tours, quad biking in the desert or kayaking on the Atlantic ocean.

SWAKOPMUND

It is one of the most impressive natural beauties of Namibia, as well as the second biggest canyon in the world. The gorge landscape is ideal for long hikes and beautiful sunsets. 

FISH RIVER CANYON

The Caprivi Strip is tropical and green with a lot of wildlife to explore! This is the place to find the last animal of the big 5, the Water Buffalos.

CAPRIVI STRIP

NAMIBIA TRAVEL HIIGHLIGHTS

SEPTEMBER - DECEMBER 2024

HOW DOES IT WORK?

BOOK A CALL

An application call is mandatory before securing your spot with us.

1

CHOOSE STAY

Choose your room type and in which months you want to stay with us.

2

BOOK SPOT

With a 20% deposit you secure your spot at WILDWIFI!

3

JOIN THE COMMUNITY 

Join Namibias first Nomad community, and connect with locals, expats and nomads on WhatsApp!

With over 150 Members!

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WINDHOEK

It is important for us to create right expectations around Windhoek. Learn more about living in Windhoek as a digital nomad, as it is not your typical Nomad destination. Embrace the charme of the city that comes with close connections to local communities but also challenges like walkability and history. We love the safety, cleanliness,  small city vibe and the cozy community events that are offered during the week. 

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