If there’s one place in Namibia that I keep going back to this is it. Sossusvlei has had a special place in my heart, ever since I first read about it in the ’80s and then experienced through the photography of the late Getaway Magazine photographer Patrick Wagner. If ever there was a physical placeContinue reading “Sossusvlei Road Trip – By Chris the Travel Junkie”
Namibia was chosen as the best site for the multi-national Max Planck High Energy Stereoscopic System (H.E.S.S.) … The Khomas Hochland/Gamsberg area west of Windhoek has the third-clearest, least light-polluted sky in the world. Dark Sky, Bright Stars In 2012 the NamibRand Nature Reserve was selected by the International Dark Sky Association as an official dark sky reserve on account of itsContinue reading “Stargazing in Namibia”
During tribal wars in the 19th century, the headman of the Ombalantu people decided that a hole should be cut into the top of the tree and hollowed out so that women and children could hide inside, whenever the village was attacked. It is said that about 45 people could fit into that space. ItContinue reading “The Baobab Tree “Tree of Life””
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