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Namibia is a vast, fascinating country. The Namib desert, the old
colonial town of Swakopmund and the fascinating flora and fauna of the
Etosha Pan are some of many highlights Namibia has to offer.
English is the official language of Namibia, with Afrikaans, derived from Dutch, most commonly spoken by most of the population. In addition to German, a number of indigenous languages are in daily use amongst ethnic groups.
Driving in Namibia is on the left-hand side of the road. The driving speed in urban (built-up) areas is restricted to 60 km/h, and to 120 km/h on tarred overland roads. On gravel roads, the speed limit is 100 km/h.
Namibia enjoys an average of 300 days of sunshine per annum.
The average annual rainfall is about 350 mm (with extreme deviations in different regions). The summer, i.e. the rainy season usually lasts from November to April, with the remaining months generally dry and cloudless.
The best time to visit Namibia for hunting and sightseeing is between March and October. No hunting is permitted by law during December and January.
The Namibia Weather Network provides live-data on weather conditions from various places around Namibia, including webcam images updated every few minutes, and rainfall forecasts.
|Especially European hunters find it easy to adjust to Namibia, enjoying a max. of 2 hours difference in time and convenient flight connections ... read more|
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