In the recent past, Namibia has experienced difficult events – the seizure of colonialists and the apartheid regime, the war of independence and the extermination of indigenous tribes. This is one of the most resource-rich countries in West Africa, there are diamond mines, deposits of copper, gold, and uranium. Tourism in Namibia is still poorly developed. People come here for wild African exotics, unearthly landscapes of deserts Namib and Kalahari, the beauty and diversity of the Namib-Naukluft and Etosha National Parks.
The most famous tourist places in Namibia are Sandwich Harbor, Sossusflei, Skeleton Coast. Here travelers are offered photo safari trips, excursions to nature reserves, flights over the desert by planes, helicopters and hang gliders. Access to some border areas of the country is possible only in large groups accompanied by an armed convoy due to the turbulent situation.
A trip to Namibia cannot be called completely safe, but the authorities are working to attract foreigners, new hotels are being built, infrastructure is improving. The country expects to actively develop the direction of beach tourism, as it has a long and picturesque coastline.