Marking the dividing line between the Kalahari and Namib Deserts, central Namibia offers not only a conglomeration of its different cultures, but also showcases aesthetic natural features unique to southern Africa.
Colossal tectonic forces of nature have moulded this region into one of Africa’s most unique landscapes. Demarcating the highest edge of the Kalahari and Namib Deserts, the central plateau juts out of the Namibian landscape like a towering fortress and is the foundation for a myriad of river systems and powerful gales that have sculptured Namibia in its entirety over millions of years.
Windhoek is situated on the highest fragment of the central plateau and towers over other towns and cities found in most other parts of southern Africa. The capital city is situated in the center of the country and combines all major centers with the best tar road infrastructure on the African continent