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Namib Desert

How did the Namib Desert Develop?

How did the Namib Desert Develop? The Namib desert is generally considered the oldest desert in the world spanning 2000 kilometres stretch from the north-western corner of South Africa, through Namibia’s western coastal area along the Atlantic coast, about 170km wide, to the southwestern corner of Angola.  Namibia’s name is derived from the Namib desert.…
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Desert Dunes & Dust Tours Namibia

Sandwich Harbour

Sandwich Harbour, Namibia Sandwich Harbour lies 64km south of Walvis Bay along a rough-hewn track which can only be accessed with a 4×4 vehicle. It is best to go on a guided Sandwich Harbour Tour, or on a Guided self-drive tour. Sandwich Harbour was attractive to seafarers, as a destination for fresh water, meat, whaling and fishing. Now it is best-known…
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Walvis Bay Saltworks

Walvis Bay Saltworks Walvis Bay Salt Holdings (Pty) Ltd, through its various subsidiaries, is the largest producer of solar evaporated sea salt in sub-Saharan Africa and a well-respected player in the Namibian mining and manufacturing sectors. The company producers over 1,000 000 tonnes of sea salt, on an area of 6000ha, and exports various grades of Salt…
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Sandwich Harbour Namibia

How Did Sandwich Harbour get its Name?

Sandwich Harbour, also called Sandfisch Hafen, Sandvishawe (in local Afrikaans language), NARIEP or Anichab (ANIXAB in traditional Nama language) where freshwater surfaces right next to the sea, lies 65km south of Walvisbay in Namibia. A must visit when traveling to Namibia. Accessible only by 4WD vehicle. Desert, Dunes and Dust Tours offers day and self-drive guided tours. The Nama name Nariep, translated is ‘the place…
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