Friday, June 13, 2014

Nature walks in Namibia

The walking in Namibia is fantastic - from gentle wanders to challenging hikes. Many camps are surrounded by superb walking trails to explore on your own or with an expert guide; some take a few hours, others last for days. Overall, we think Namibia is a top destination for walking in Africa.

A walk through the Namib's red desert dunes exposes one of the country's most stunning landscapes.

Some of the lodges for Walking in Namibia, Fish River Canyon Area...

Canyon Lodge

The harsh rocky desert region at the southern tip of Namibia has made travellers think that God has forgotten this land. Not so! Just 20 kilometres from the main viewpoint of the Fish River Canyon National Park, off the dusty D324, you’ll find the Cañon Lodge, an oasis seemingly in the middle of nowhere. Tall weather-beaten granite boulders mark the location of the lodge and form an integral part of the overall design.

The Cañon Roadhouse is located 20 kilometres from the main viewpoint of the Fish River Canyon. Coming from the north, it is the logical stop on your way to one of Namibia’s greatest natural wonders. The now fully completed and operational Roadhouse offers everything the weary traveller needs. The 24 individually decorated en-suite rooms are gathered around an inner courtyard, creating a feel of tranquil homeliness. 

Fish River Lodge in southern Namibia is the only lodge perched directly on the rim of the Fish River Canyon offering guests breathtaking views of the canyon from sunrise to sunset. Experience first hand the geological forces that unfolded 300 million years ago when the Fish River began to etch its way through hard quartzite forming a canyon 90 kilometres long, 549 meters deep and 28 kilometres wide in some places, making it the second largest canyon in the world.
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