When asked to think of an epic road trip experience on the African continent, Namibia is not a place that falls instantly to mind. It isn’t even on the long list of destinations to travel to for most people, but all those people are missing out for simply not knowing Motorcycle Tours Namibia! Namibia is a Southern African gem, and Namibia is yours to discover with one of the Motorbike Tours Namibia! 

The wide expanses of the deserts of Namibia and Kalahari provide remote solitude suitable for off-road adventure travel, and countless opportunities for things to do and are offered by the towns, inhabitants, and remaining farmland. You will discover all of the best parts of Namibia with Motorbike Tours Namibia. That means safaris in Namibia, unbelievably tall dunes, the natural splendor of the coast, the savannah and the desert, and other spectacular sights.

Situated just above the country of South Africa and the Cape of Good Hope on the west coast of southern Africa, Namibia is host to outstanding natural wonders, cultural richness, and background. The Namibian citizens did not achieve true independence until 1990 when they were once a province of Germany, then ruled by South Africa for most of the 20th century. 

Highest Dunes You’re Ever Witness

Namibia today boasts vast national parks, geographical majesty, some of the best performing diamonds in the country, and many more. Imagine navigating some of the world’s highest dunes as you drive across the roughly 1000 kilometer stretch of distinct rust-colored sands of the Kalahari Desert. Perhaps you want big game (safari, big game parks) and more green surroundings. Along with the Caprivi, Kaokoland, and Waterberg Plateau parks, Etosha National Park includes some of the most famous African animals, including tigers, elephants, zebras, ostriches, and others.

Cities and towns also have interactive opportunities. Throughout the region, from the city of Windhoek to the town of Luderitz, Germanic colonial presence is still quite apparent. The distinctive German Imperial and Art Nouveau architecture trends that influenced earlier periods are replicated by hotels, rail stations, and churches. And attractions like Kolmanskop are there. Once a thriving diamond trading destination, this ghost city now has more sand than anything.

Namibian Desert

Up against a deserted strip of coast, and inland as far as the eye can reach, perfectly shaped dunes push up. Sand consumes the corpses of shipwrecks greater than a kilometer from the coast. In a country nearly empty of rainfall, wildlife thrives. The Namibian Desert is not only one of the most beautiful deserts in the world, it is also a place of mystery that hides its secrets well. Motorcycle Tours Namibia discovered many of them before and still finding out new secrets to this day.

It’s convenient to believe that the universe has always been just the way we have seen it. Take the Sahara, for instance, which was a hybrid of green savannah grasslands and woods only 12,000 years ago. The sorts of charismatic African mega-fauna that make us all want to go on a safari have occupied it. The Namib Desert is not like that. For at least 55 million years, and even as much as 80 million, the Namib has been dry. Although it might not be the biggest desert in the world, it is almost surely the oldest. Sections of Namib rival the Atacama Desert of South America as the driest area on Earth.

The Namib can be split into three areas running from west to east, centered on maritime fog: maritime, central, and inland. The total annual rainfall in the coastal region is 2 to 20 mm and there is dense fog for more than 180 days of the year. As a consequence of the cold air arriving from the Benguela Present, the air temperatures are mild, and regular and seasonal weather variations are small, with regular highs and lows ranging by as little as 2 ° to 5 ° C (Barnard 1998). The mean annual precipitation rises from 20 mm to 50 mm up to about 50 km inland. Fog, although still essential to desert species, only happens about 40 days a year. Further inland, fog is uncommon, and the mean annual rainfall rises in areas from 50 mm to 85 mm at most. Regular and seasonal temperatures rise sharply and become extremely unpredictable, with temperatures registered at one place below 0 ° and above 50 ° C.

Explore Wonderful Scenery with Motorbike Tours Namibia

The desert has no permanent residents, and around major factories, only a few settlements along the coast were founded. The Namib Sea is teeming with fish and there is a variety of resources in the desert itself, such as diamonds in Oranjemund and Alexander Bay. The Namib Desert plants have adapted to this barren environment. By absorbing vapor from the mist drifting in from the ocean, coastal succulents thrive, while the plains within are filled with small tufts of grass, especially in the rainy season. Tall grasses and bushes are abundant in the dunes, but certain regions are without trees.

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