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The Best Chillin in Namibia

Looking for the best chillin in Namibia? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Namibia. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

Top chillin spots in and near Namibia

  • Sossusvlei, Namibia

    Explore Sossusvlei

    Located just 4 hours southwest of the capital of Namibia – Windhoek – Sossusvlei is an otherworldly park, and one of Namibia’s most well-known attractions. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is best known for it’s towering red sand dunes, photographic salt flats and, for well, making you feel like ...
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  • Spitzkoppe Rest Camp, Namibia

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    Spitzkoppe is located just three hours from the capital of Namibia – Windhoek – and provides the perfect adventure for any person. Reachable on tar roads (a rarity for Namibia), Spitzkoppe is an iconic granite destination that gives its visitors lots of adventures from technical climbing, to moun...
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  • Trailhead to Big Daddy, Namibia

    Hike Big Daddy Dune

    The Namib Desert has some of the highest sand dunes in the world, one of them being "Big Daddy." It got this nickname because of its height of 380 metres. Not only is it one of the highest sand dunes in the world, but its in the worlds oldest desert. It's not the height that makes this climb diff...
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  • Sesriem Canyon, Namibia

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    Sesriem (sesriem: sess-reem) Canyon is a pleasant surprise to say the least. When you arrive here, all you see is flat land with a sign that says "Sesriem Canyon," and you think "seriously... I just drove all this way for this.." BUT if you walk to the edge and look down, you look into a deep cre...
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  • D2512, Namibia

    Hike to Waterberg Plateau

    / 5577.4 ft gain
    Waterberg (Waterberg: vaa-tuh-baag) The trailhead marker shows the turn off of the highway into the general park area. Once you get on this road there are various campsites and lodges to stay at, which all have access to the trails leading to the top of the plateau. The park is 405 square kilomet...
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