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This barren red-sand desert lies along the coast.
Sossusvlei, Namib-Naukluft Park, Namibia
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All reviewswalvis baysand dunesmountain zebrawonderful place to visitincredible placefew hoursbeautiful sceneryout of this worldsunrise or sunsetearly in the morningnational parkspecial placegreat fundead treesblue skysoft sandswakopmund
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Reviewed 2 days ago

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

Thank FiSch85
Reviewed 1 week ago

Namibia is full of beautiful scenery and this is certainly one not to miss. The gold of the sands, the patterns of the shadows and the silhouettes of the live and dead trees makes it a stunning location, especially early in the morning or late...More

Thank Gin C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a most impressive area. Out of this world and an absolute MUST. If time is tight, skip Etosha but visit Sossusvlei. Don't stay too far away from the dunes as you must reach them early morning when the sun is not to hot...More

Thank kuede
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We loved our time here in the worlds oldest desert! The red dunes go as far as you can imagine, and everything is SO picturesque! Unique experience you have to get while in Namibia!

Thank KiaMarieHejlskov
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Hike up „Big Daddy“ and then walk down the steep end towards Deadvlei. Absolutely amazing landscape and cliche Namibian postcard photo opp!

Thank IPett
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

After a 60 km on a Tart Road there is an additional 5 km Dirt Road before Sossousvlei is reached. I have taken the Shuttle service because there was a Sandstorm and bad visibility. Deadvlei is amazing but difficult to photograph because of all the...More

Thank Harold V
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

The desert and dunes unfold in front of you and its well worth seeing and exploring. We arranged a Cesna flight over the desert to the coast and it was breathtaking!

Thank ks358
Reviewed 28 July 2018

The sky is a magnificent blue and the colours of the dunes change all the time. Great opportunity to take fabulous photos.

Thank harte
Reviewed 21 July 2018

I love this place and if you are planing on visiting Namibia then I am sure this is on your must see list. But, its getting damaged. There are signs that say do not climb on the tress but people do. I saw several families...More

1  Thank NaturesMoments
Reviewed 20 July 2018

We adored the magic of blue skies matching red dunes in the Namib. It is a must "do" in this country, including dune hiking, Sossusvlei, Deadvlei and numerous picturesque photo oppotunities along the way!

Thank Susan A
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