Namibia the Country

Namibia - a country roughly 800,000 square kilometers borders South Africa, Botswana, Angola, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Not many people know about our beautiful country, but we think that’s part of the magic. From the beautiful red dunes of Sossusvlei, to the Etosha National Park, to the coastal town of Swakopmund, Namibia has something for everyone.

Did you know that 42% of land in Namibia land is under private or public protection for conservation, which is more than any other country in Africa? When you visit Namibia, you’ll see more free-roaming animals here than anywhere else in Africa. This includes oryx (gemsbok), kudu and hartebeest, not to mention our treasure trove of bird and plant life.
Etosha National Park
San Bushmen
The high amount of land dedicated to conservation is due to Namibia’s extremely low population density, with only 2.54 people per square kilometer. Even though Namibia has one of the lowest population densities in the world, it still includes more than 12 tribes and eight national languages; making us a colorful, vibrant, and friendly people. Whether you’re here to visit the Himba people in the north or the San Bushman right here at Naankuse at our Ancient Skills Academy , you’re sure to come away with an experience to write home about.

When you come to the Naankuse Lodge in Namibia you’ll supporting the dynamic, eco-friendly tourism of Namibia. We invite you to come for any number of nights to the Naankuse Lodge of Namibia, for a memorable and worthwhile indulgent getaway.