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Things to see and do in Namibia
I visited the Namibian city of Swakopmund to see the Mad Max: Fury Road filming locations. Near Swakopmund are these towering sand dunes which we visited at sunset.
At the time I had no context of how this landscape related to the movie. Two months later I saw the movie and there is a scene with one of the characters (Imperator Furiosa) on a sand dune. I almost exclaimed aloud in the cinema “aha, that’s why we went there!”
Brandberg Mountain in the northwestern Namib Desert is the highest mountain in Namibia. I camped here for two days at a campsite near a dry riverbed.
Cape Cross on the Skeleton Coast of Namibia has one of the largest colonies of Cape Fur Seals in the world. The Cape Cross Seal Reserve is home to up to 200,000 seals, depending on the season.
Seal bleats sound like a cross between a sheep and a cow, and the collective smell of hundreds of thousands of seals was something that remained in my nostrils long after we left. There is an elevated walkway that surrounds the colony so you can get a good view without disrupting their lazy day at the beach.
The Cheetah Conservation Fund is a conservation and research centre in Namibia, 44 km east of Otjiwarongo.
Namibia Tourism – Namibian Tourism board website.
Whats On Namibia – Online portal for events and leisure activities across Namibia.
Our Namibia – Travel, events, news guide to Namibia.
On the trail of Mad Max in Namibia – Visiting the filming locations of Mad Max: Fury Road in the Namib Desert.
Namibia Tours – Tours and activities hand-picked by Viator.
Namibia Photo Gallery – Photo gallery of my trip to Namibia.
Namibia photography: exploring the country’s natural beauty – This collection of photos by theworldpursuit.com will give you a good taste of what to expect when visiting Namibia.
Photos Namibia – Photographs, photo tips, and stories from the Namibia wilderness by Claudia and Wynand du Plessis.