It’s almost impossible to take a bad photo in Namibia. The country may be sparsely populated, but it packs a whole lot of punch for Namibian photography. Every day we found ourselves eager to explore a new corner of the country. Whether it was the tantalizing sunsets, the unique and sometimes bizarre wildlife, or the captivating people Namibia never left us bored.
To many Namibia is a land unheard of, but it is rising as the new “hot spot” for international travel. Even with it’s rising popularity one can even find themselves completely isolated in a far off land. We traveled overland in our Land Cruiser and at points felt we were on a foreign planet.
This is our Namibia photography collection of a November spent around Namibia.
Our Guides To Namibia
- A Self Drive Guide Through the Wild Northern Namibia
- Namib Desert Exploring: A Field Guide To Driving Southern Namibia
- A Road Trip Through Namibia
- 15 Namibia Travel Tips to Know Before You Go
- Etosha National Park Safari Guide
- Experiencing Wolwedans Dunes Lodge, Boulders Camp, and Private Camp
Explore Namibia Through Video
Sunset over the Kalahari
Who can make the funniest face?
Zebra Party in the Desert
Lonely Namibian Roads
Meet One of the Smiley Namibian Bushmen
Cape Cross Seal Colony
Overlooking the Great Zambezi
Hyena Bathing in Etosha National Park
Lesser Flamingos in Walvis Bay
Storm Over Etosha National Park
Watching the Mbunza Fish in the Okavango
One Shy Hornbill
Gymnastics in Deadvlei
Camping in Sossusvlei
Sundowners never get old
Watching the women weave in the Caprivi Strip
Storm rolling in over the Okavango
Traditional medicine used by tribal members
A herd of elephants in the Chobe River
Lion sleep time in Etosha
Reliving the old ways of living in the Caprivi Strip
The beautiful Secretary bird
The mighty Zambezi
Mum and pup fight at Cape Cross Seal Colony
Smiling is Contagious
A dehorned rhino in Etosha
Dancing and smiling along the Caprivi Strip
The smelliest place on earth
Sunrise over Sossusvlei
Faces of Namibia
Sundowners over the desert
Gearing up for dinner in the NamibRand Nature Reserve
White Mongoose eyeing us (and our food)
A walk through Deadvlei
Many tired hippos between Botswana and Namibia
Entering the abandoned town of Kolmanskop
Checking into the Canon Roadhouse near Fish River Canyon
The mysterious fairy circles in the NamibRand Desert
Inside the abandoned mining town near Luderitz
A bushwalk through the desert
Checking into Wolwedans Dune Lodge
The iconic Boulders Camp
Long dog days in the Kalahari
Wild horse fight in Aus
The surreal orange sand that makes up the Namib Desert
The wild horses of Garub checking out our car
Sunset at Gondwana’s Canyon Village near Fish River Canyon
The last of the Namib wild horses
Abandoned houses are always a sight to see
All photography shot with our DJI Phantom 3 Advanced, Go Pro Hero 4 Silver, Canon 5D, and Fujifilm X-T10. We use these products every day and highly recommend all of them. They are some of the best travel cameras on the market.
Plan Your Trip to Namibia
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- Accommodation in Namibia: To feel more at home we use Airbnb you can check out some tips and read more about getting an Airbnb coupon code here. Or just take this coupon for your first stay!
- Tours in Namibia: If you’re not much of a driver check out some of these Namibian tours.
- Flights to Namibia: Compare airlines, dates and prices all in one place with Skyscanner.
- Travel Insurance: We never travel without travel insurance with World Nomads. We ALWAYS travel with travel insurance. Natasha is a bit of a worry wart and would rather stay safe than sorry. World Nomads offers incredible flexible and great plans!
- Water: We found the water in Namibia fine to drink, if you want extra assurance then we love traveling with our Lifestraw Go Waterbottle
- Guide Book: Sometimes it’s nice just to have a real book in your hands when traveling. We recommend picking up a Lonely Planet to get you through the wireless nights.
- Adaptor: You’ll need this adaptor in Southern Africa.
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