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Looking at photos of recent trip and wish we had taken more. It was very hot (40 Celsius) at begining of October so may be best to visit in September. Also go as early as possible to avoid midday hikes. I wish we had stayed...More
Visiting the Namib Desert (and Deadvlei) was one of the highlights of my trip to Namibia. While I had to trek across the desert in the rather hot and dry weather, the landscape was amazing and I spotted animal footprints along the way as my...More
When in the Park it is certainly worth while visiting Deadvlei. Only 4x4 vehicles can get to the car park which is still a couple of kilometres from Deadvlei, otherwise you have to pay to take the transport.
Our tour of Namibia took us across the Desert travelling from Luderitz to Soussusvlei. A large proportion of the journey was on gravel roads and involved significant distances looking out over barren and rugged terrain. The corrugated surfaces can become a little wearying at times....More
Part of the desert is at Sossusvlei in Namib-Naukluft Park. Breath-taking sights and incredible dunes, which apparently don't move like dunes in other places. They are best seen in the morning or evening as the shadows are so dramatic. Largely red in colour but with...More
From the entrance gate it's a drive of about 60km to the parking place. At kilometre 45 there's dune 45, where many people stop to climb it, as it's apparently one of the easier to climb dunes and it offers nice views. We did it...More