Every New Year brings about an opportunity to alter your bucket list and often it is also referred to as a fresh start. So, I do hope traveling to Namibia will be on your new bucket list and perhaps you might just delight in the below unique Gondwana offerings:
Discover Namibia in style and in an unforgettable way with Namibia2Go’s car rental option, a Toyota Hilux Double Cab 4×4 coupled with camping equipment. It is instantaneously affordable and comfortable, making it absolutely fitting to explore this soulful and spacious country.
So, buckle up, have your camera handy and revel in an amazing Namibian adventure. Do remember to also check out the various Namibia2Go self-drive packages.
Are you in search for the perfect intimate hideout within close proximity to the Kwando River? Well, the Namushasha River Villa is a suitable choice.
The Namushasha River Villa is the perfect gateway to the Bwabwata National Park, where you will delight in sights of numerous bird species, heard of elephants along the Kwando riverbanks, hippos, red lechwes manoeuvring close to the lush green wetlands and giraffes on your private game drive. – Enjoy it!
Or do you perhaps feel like sipping on pink gin at The Desert Grace while you simultaneously soak in desert sunset and delight in a swim in your private plunge pool? Wait… maybe you would prefer savouring the desert landscape from the comfort of your stylishly decked room or rather going on one of the various walking trails and simply exploring the Namib Desert landscape on an E-Bike is way more appealing.
And do not miss out on capturing a photo on your way to The Desert Grace at the pink photo frame as well as grabbing a refreshing drink to quench your thirst. – You sure won’t miss it… it is pink!
Happy New Year and I hope it will be filled with captivating adventures.
Share with us in the comment section below which offering you would like to experience or mention which you have already experienced during your stay in Namibia?
Author – I’m Nela, from Windhoek Namibia but born in a small village called Omatunda in northern Namibia. I am passionate about writing, research and photography, as it helps me gain knowledge about people and my country.