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Coast of Namibia



Coast of Namibia Holiday Accommodation


Namibia’s coastline is a combination of massive shifting sand dunes and treacherous rocky shoreline. The coastline is divided into the northern Skeleton Coast and the southern Diamond Coast.  The Skeleton coast is a long stretch of desert alongside the ocean. This stretch of coastline is called skeleton coast because of the skeletons of numerous ships that were wrecked here. The diamond coast is a pristine stretch of coastline which you will find some of the popular tourist destinations in Namibia. The area is ideal for angling and hiking.


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In the meantime, please just click on the links below for the range of holiday accommodation in Coast of Namibia, from high quality hotels, to B&Bs and guest houses. There is also a good range of self-catering holiday cottages in Coast of Namibia. There are a wide range of attractions, activities and places to eat to suit all tastes in and around the Coast of Namibia. aims to provide a one-stop shop for holiday makers by providing easy an easy to use directory and information portal for all types of holiday accommodation and attractions in the UK, Ireland, France, Europe, North America and the world. If you would like to advertise your attraction, Hotel, holiday cottage, or B&B, please take a look at our advertising options.

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