This week, our first guest post about photography, we have Nikos and Georgia from The Pin Project. If you like great adventures, their blog is just perfect. “We are Nikos & Georgia from Greece & the last 5 years we quit our jobs and TRAVELIVE around the world first in a 4×4 & now in a camper van. No sponsors, no dragons, no drama, no donations buttons. Real life stories for recreation ONLY.”
Red desert. Diamond ghost towns. The Skeleton Coast. Concentration camps. Abundant wildlife. Tribal people. The Fish River Canyon. The Tropic of Capricorn. The Hoba meteorite. The second less populated country in the world (in terms of size)! Remote but accessible. Wild but peaceful. Isolated but sophisticated. Low-key but rich. There is no such a thing as love or hate relationship. The energy of the places, the wits of the people & the gorgeousness of the wildlife will give you lots of reasons to fall in love with Namibia. Then, you have to take your time to explore the national parks, experience the silence of the desert & get closer to the indigenous people. Namibia is located northwest of South Africa and it’s easily accessible by air and by car (from South Africa). The country’s name derives from the world’s oldest desert, the Namib. The tourism product is of high quality as well as the infrastructure and the tourism facilities for African standards. Windhoek, the capital, is considered to be the cleanest capital in the African continent. Caution: Never forget that you are visiting the second less populated country in the world and be prepared to appreciate the pros and cons of this world fact.