Natural Namibian Bliss
“Here you can stand; on top of apricot hued dunes, in awe of the powerful and moody Atlantic Ocean, surrounded by rare and abundant wildlife, alone together with vast and unusual habitation.”
Namibia boosts being one of the best travel destinations in Africa and maybe even the World, and so it’s not uncommon that during these blissful summer months our borders have been opened to many a tourist seeking an experience unlike any other. This is something Namibians know all too well and many have taken to exploration of their own back yard as their end of year breakaway.
Here you can stand; on top of apricot hued dunes, in awe of the powerful and moody Atlantic Ocean, surrounded by rare and abundant wildlife, alone together with vast and unusual habitation.
Lonely Planet describes Namibia saying “Natural wonders such as that mighty gash in the earth at Fish River Canyon and the wildlife utopia of Etosha National Park enthrall, but it’s the lonely desert roads where mighty slabs of granite rise out of swirling desert sands that will sear themselves in your mind. It’s like a coffee-table book come to life as sand dunes in the world’s oldest desert meet the crashing rollers along the wild Atlantic coast. Namibia is also the headquarters of adventure activities in the region, so Whether you’re a dreamer or love hearing the crunch of earth under your boots, travel in Namibia will stay with you long after the desert vistas fade.”
Now the only question is, how are you choosing to explore this Shangri-La of beauty and wonder?
While you find yourself travelling Namibia, why not aim to gather yourself yet another opportunity to explore this beautiful country with the ultimate photography competition – “Get Natural”. Up for grabs is one of two 7-night stays at any Naturally Namibia lodge.
The competition has 6 categories namely, get adventurous, get wild, get cultural, get beautiful, get creative and get moving.
To enter all you need to do is take a photo that fits the category and post it to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Tag your photo with @TravelNewsNamibia on Facebook (in the photo description), @TravelNewsNamib on Twitter, @travel_news_namibia on Instagram and remember to add the hashtag of the category you choose (e.g. #getwild) as well as the hashtags #getnatural and #naturallynamibia.
Check out the Travel News Namibia website for more information : Travel News Namibia