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  • I feel like we’ve been on the road for months!! Namibia is vast and we cover hundreds of Kms everyday, it’s exciting and exhausting at the same time. Having a warm bed, clean shower and obviously a glass of wine after taking  such a beating helps a lot!
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    @little.misstraveller

    The Desert Grace

    I feel like we’ve been on the road for months!! Namibia is vast and we cover hundreds of Kms everyday, it’s exciting and exhausting at the same time. Having a warm bed, clean shower and obviously a glass of wine after taking such a beating helps a lot!

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  • Je tiens à préciser qu'il n'y a pas de durée de séjour maximum indiquée...
#namibia
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    @ana.o.baba

    Je tiens à préciser qu'il n'y a pas de durée de séjour maximum indiquée...
    #namibia

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  • #Namibia is like a dreamscape: vast tracts of wilderness punctuated by stunning wildlife; eerie rock forms gouged out of the earth by the Fish River, and Sossusvlei’s towering red dunes. Yet for all its lonely landscapes, the country is eminently accessible to the independent traveller. Want to discover more? Check out our new guide! #bradt
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    @bradtguides

    Namibia

    #Namibia is like a dreamscape: vast tracts of wilderness punctuated by stunning wildlife; eerie rock forms gouged out of the earth by the Fish River, and Sossusvlei’s towering red dunes. Yet for all its lonely landscapes, the country is eminently accessible to the independent traveller. Want to discover more? Check out our new guide! #bradt

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  • A wonderful photo of this young giraffe by @milesawaytravel. The neck is, of course, the standout feature of the giraffe.  Perhaps surprisingly, it contains the same number of vertebrae as a human’s neck but the bones are simply much larger.  What is different is that the giraffe is unique in having an organ at the base of its skull that regulates blood flow into the brain.  This is because a giraffe has a very strong heart and high blood pressure to push blood flow all the way up that neck, but when the animal drinks, gravity would cause a major overflow of blood into the head - the special organ steps in here and stops the giraffe from fainting.  Nevertheless, drinking remains a dangerous activity for a giraffe - the position it is forced to adopt due to its long legs leaves it vulnerable to attack and slow to escape if needed.  Watch a giraffe at a waterhole and count just how many checks it makes of the surrounds before indulging!
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We love Etosha National Park in Namibia 🇳🇦 and wanted to start this #etoshaexplorer community to feature park visitors' photographs and stories.
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🎉 𝗧𝗵𝗲 @KrugerExplorer 𝗔𝗽𝗽 𝗵𝗮𝘀 𝗻𝗼𝘄 𝗹𝗮𝘂𝗻𝗰𝗵𝗲𝗱! 𝗦𝗲𝗲 𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗸 𝗶𝗻 𝗯𝗶𝗼👆🏻🎉
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@etoshaexplorer #etoshaexplorer
#etoshanationalpark #etosha #namibia #africanwildlife #africansafari #visitnamibia #namibia🇳🇦#namibiatravel #giraffe #giraffes #babyanimals #longneck #tallest #giraffelove #giraffa #evolutionary #adaptation #wonderfulnature
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    @etoshaexplorer

    Etosha National Park

    A wonderful photo of this young giraffe by @milesawaytravel. The neck is, of course, the standout feature of the giraffe. Perhaps surprisingly, it contains the same number of vertebrae as a human’s neck but the bones are simply much larger. What is different is that the giraffe is unique in having an organ at the base of its skull that regulates blood flow into the brain. This is because a giraffe has a very strong heart and high blood pressure to push blood flow all the way up that neck, but when the animal drinks, gravity would cause a major overflow of blood into the head - the special organ steps in here and stops the giraffe from fainting. Nevertheless, drinking remains a dangerous activity for a giraffe - the position it is forced to adopt due to its long legs leaves it vulnerable to attack and slow to escape if needed. Watch a giraffe at a waterhole and count just how many checks it makes of the surrounds before indulging!
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    We love Etosha National Park in Namibia 🇳🇦 and wanted to start this #etoshaexplorer community to feature park visitors' photographs and stories.
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    🎉 𝗧𝗵𝗲 @KrugerExplorer 𝗔𝗽𝗽 𝗵𝗮𝘀 𝗻𝗼𝘄 𝗹𝗮𝘂𝗻𝗰𝗵𝗲𝗱! 𝗦𝗲𝗲 𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗸 𝗶𝗻 𝗯𝗶𝗼👆🏻🎉
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    @etoshaexplorer #etoshaexplorer
    #etoshanationalpark #etosha #namibia #africanwildlife #africansafari #visitnamibia #namibia🇳🇦 #namibiatravel #giraffe #giraffes #babyanimals #longneck #tallest #giraffelove #giraffa #evolutionary #adaptation #wonderfulnature

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Top #Namibia Posts

  • Desert patterns.

Swipe left to see a crazy road through this desert.

I’ve seen a lot of insane places during my travels, but driving this road in the middle of all these patterns and structures was one of the best experiences I ever had. It felt like driving on another planet, far away from this world.

When you swipe left again you’ll see a pain of a dry riverbed and signs from the last rain, which is very rare in Namibia. With an average of 300 days of sunshine annually Namibia is one of the sunniest countries in worldwide.

#hellofrom #namibia #desert #roadtrip
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    @frederikschindler

    Namibia

    Desert patterns.

    Swipe left to see a crazy road through this desert.

    I’ve seen a lot of insane places during my travels, but driving this road in the middle of all these patterns and structures was one of the best experiences I ever had. It felt like driving on another planet, far away from this world.

    When you swipe left again you’ll see a pain of a dry riverbed and signs from the last rain, which is very rare in Namibia. With an average of 300 days of sunshine annually Namibia is one of the sunniest countries in worldwide.

    #hellofrom #namibia #desert #roadtrip

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  • Namibia...✨🧡 The rust-red dunes, bleached white pans and deep blue skies —This landscape symbolises more than the country's vast, dry and uninhabited expanses, these are the places on our planet that are currently under-threat. ✧

Namibia has been classified as one of the most vulnerable countries to climate change in the world, with the landscape being particularly in danger to natural hazards like droughts and floods. The country faces the possibility of significant agricultural production loss, where more than 70% of the population directly depend on food security for their survival. The last year is believed to be one of the worst, with many parts of the country not receiving significant rainfall as of yet, and indicating a further risk towards a severe drought situation. Ironically when rain does fall, it is expected to be much heavier, increasing the risk of heavy flooding within an overall drying climate. ✧

Since Namibia is home to several different eco- regions ( tropical, semiarid, desert), these particular challenges posed by climate change will vary by region. The decline in water availability, increasing temperatures due to higher evapotranspiration, and changing patterns of rainfall will all impact the country’s water resources and overall wellbeing of both the ecosystems and the people who live in these communities. ✧

Over the last few years I have developed such a deep connection with this country, the landscape and it’s people – I feel privileged to have visited such a place, although at the same time it dawns on me what the future will hold. All of our choices have an impact and it’s a sad reality that the choices made by the developed world are the ones that will impact the most vulnerable communities on our planet. By bringing awareness to these issues I hope we can try to understand how interconnected our world really is and with each and every choice we create a ripple effect. 🖤
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    @helloemilie

    Planet Earth

    Namibia...✨🧡 The rust-red dunes, bleached white pans and deep blue skies —This landscape symbolises more than the country's vast, dry and uninhabited expanses, these are the places on our planet that are currently under-threat. ✧

    Namibia has been classified as one of the most vulnerable countries to climate change in the world, with the landscape being particularly in danger to natural hazards like droughts and floods. The country faces the possibility of significant agricultural production loss, where more than 70% of the population directly depend on food security for their survival. The last year is believed to be one of the worst, with many parts of the country not receiving significant rainfall as of yet, and indicating a further risk towards a severe drought situation. Ironically when rain does fall, it is expected to be much heavier, increasing the risk of heavy flooding within an overall drying climate. ✧

    Since Namibia is home to several different eco- regions ( tropical, semiarid, desert), these particular challenges posed by climate change will vary by region. The decline in water availability, increasing temperatures due to higher evapotranspiration, and changing patterns of rainfall will all impact the country’s water resources and overall wellbeing of both the ecosystems and the people who live in these communities. ✧

    Over the last few years I have developed such a deep connection with this country, the landscape and it’s people – I feel privileged to have visited such a place, although at the same time it dawns on me what the future will hold. All of our choices have an impact and it’s a sad reality that the choices made by the developed world are the ones that will impact the most vulnerable communities on our planet. By bringing awareness to these issues I hope we can try to understand how interconnected our world really is and with each and every choice we create a ripple effect. 🖤

  •  46,452  663  18 August, 2019
  • This broad valley holds a collection of buttes and mesas – striking, steep-sided, flat-topped pillars of rock, reminiscent of Monument Valley in Arizona.
The harder sandstone conglomerate protrusions have been formed as the surrounding softer sedimentary deposits of a river have gradually been eroded away.
Photo by @frederikschindler 🌋🏜 check out his awesome shots! #germandrones
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↟ www.germandrones.eu
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    @germandrones

    Namibia

    This broad valley holds a collection of buttes and mesas – striking, steep-sided, flat-topped pillars of rock, reminiscent of Monument Valley in Arizona.
    The harder sandstone conglomerate protrusions have been formed as the surrounding softer sedimentary deposits of a river have gradually been eroded away.
    Photo by @frederikschindler 🌋🏜 check out his awesome shots! #germandrones

    ↟ www.germandrones.eu

  •  1,822  22  23 hours ago
  • After my morbid post yesterday I wanted to show a happy seal, and why we are so obsessed with keeping them this way. As you can see the youngsters are extremely playful and inquisitive, and this unfortunately leads them into trouble. They pick up anything they find in the water and play with it. This however often leads to entanglements..... Let's keep our seals happy🙂🙂
@gopro
#happyseals
#sealrescue 
#namibia 
#pelicanpointkayaking
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    @namib_naude

    After my morbid post yesterday I wanted to show a happy seal, and why we are so obsessed with keeping them this way. As you can see the youngsters are extremely playful and inquisitive, and this unfortunately leads them into trouble. They pick up anything they find in the water and play with it. This however often leads to entanglements..... Let's keep our seals happy🙂🙂
    @gopro
    #happyseals
    #sealrescue
    #namibia
    #pelicanpointkayaking

  •  6,473  151  17 August, 2019
  • Care to share?

I’ve been quite MIA from posting new images other than stories for the past few months, but that’s because theres been a lot going on behind the scenes that isn’t quite ready to share just yet... In the next few weeks I’ll be launching something very special in partnership with my good friend @naudewashere. 
If you’ve been following the stories... Were currently out here in Indonesia on production for this ‘something’... More details soon. 
In the meantime... I’ll continue to post sporadically. 🤙
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    @donalboyd

    Earth

    Care to share?

    I’ve been quite MIA from posting new images other than stories for the past few months, but that’s because theres been a lot going on behind the scenes that isn’t quite ready to share just yet... In the next few weeks I’ll be launching something very special in partnership with my good friend @naudewashere.
    If you’ve been following the stories... Were currently out here in Indonesia on production for this ‘something’... More details soon.
    In the meantime... I’ll continue to post sporadically. 🤙

  •  9,732  86  19 August, 2019