Tourism in Namibia is a major industry, contributing N$7.2 billion to the country’s gross domestic product.
Annually, over one million travellers visit Namibia, with roughly one in three coming from South Africa, then Germany and finally the United Kingdom, Italy and France.
The country is among the prime destinations in Africa and is known for ecotourism which features Namibia’s extensive wildlife.
Namibia is a country on the southern part of Africa that has a booming tourism sector. A country of unspoilt beauty, immense solitude, of far horizons, deserts, and jagged mountain heights, hauntingly beautiful in its stark emptiness with stunning wildlife that would leave a memorable touch to your heart.
The country is named after one of its biggest tourist attraction which is the Namib Desert, and gained Independence in 1990, and has natural tourist attractions.
Namibian people are known for their strong belief in their cultural heritage and profound African language proficiency.
The country is known as a semi desert country and thus perceived as relatively dry… more Apart from tours and safaris, travellers also love spending their holidays in Namibia because of the fun filled activities and adventures.