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According to shoppingpicks, in the month of January, Namibia experiences hot and dry weather. The average temperature is around 25°C and there is very little rainfall throughout the month. February brings an increase in temperatures to around 28°C but rainfall continues to be scarce. March sees a further increase in temperatures to around 30°C and rainfall remains rare throughout most parts of the country. April brings even warmer weather with average temperatures ranging from 31-33°C, although some rain showers may occur in some areas. May is the hottest month in Namibia with average temperatures ranging from 33-35°C and very little precipitation. June brings a slight decrease in temperature with average temperatures ranging from 28-30°C but rain remains scarce throughout much of Namibia. Namibia, located in southwest Africa, has a dry climate. It has the honor of having two different desert areas within the country’s borders. On the coast lies the Namib desert, in the east the sandbox called Kalahari. In between is an elongated mountain plateau. Summer in the southern hemisphere runs from December to April. In the desert areas, the mercury can then rise to 45°C. That is when most of the precipitation falls. The dry winter season, from May to October, is by far the best time to travel to Namibia. Check aristmarketing for Namibia in 1997.

Namibia Geography and Population

Namibia (Geography) Namibia (Geography), The country can naturally be divided into three geographical regions. The wide coastal plain is covered by the Namib Desert. Off the coast is the cool Benguela stream, which makes the climate cooler than you might expect, but also completely dry. The plain is characterized by colossal sand formations; its name… Read More »

Things to Do in Namibia

The country of Namibia is known for its beautiful untouched nature. In addition to many desert plains, the landscape is also characterized by the many rock formations and the flora and fauna that live around the Fish River Canyon. Wild animals such as elephants, lions and antelopes are often encountered in their natural habitat. African… Read More »

Namibia Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax System Basic data According to cheeroutdoor.com, the Namibian economy has been in recession since 2016, which was understandably further exacerbated in 2020, which was most marked by the pandemic, when there was negative GDP growth of 8.5%. In the next two years, growth… Read More »

Namibia Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Namibia For travel in Namibia for the purpose of tourism for a period of not more than 3 months, citizens of Russia do not need to apply for a visa in advance. It will be placed at the place of arrival. To do this, you must have a passport… Read More »

History in Namibia

Initially, the territory of modern Namibia was inhabited by Bushmen and Hottenots. In the 16th century, Bantu tribes settled in the northern part of modern Namibia. The first European settlers appeared here only at the beginning of the 19th century. The colonization of these areas began with the capture of Walvis Bay by Great Britain… Read More »

Namibia State Overview

Namibia. Large country located in southwestern Africa. Its Atlantic coast is one of the loneliest on the planet. It obtained its independence in 1990. It has one of the best nature reserves in Africa. It houses a rich fauna although its soils are very arid. Its official language is English. The national sport is soccer. Windhoek is the capital… Read More »

Namibia Travel Advice

General information for Namibia Continent: Africa Geographical location: southwestern Africa, in the southern hemisphere located Highest point: Königstein (2573 m above sea level) Longest river: Orange River (2160km) Form of government: Republic Government System: Semipräsidiale democracy Languages: English, various national languages, including German neighbors: Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, South Africa Capital: Windhoek Area: Approx. 824… Read More »