See Namibia website provides information for the interested traveler on various aspects of Namibia. Our aim was not so much to reproduce a lot of the information already available for travelers on lodges and hotels, but rather to focus on what we know and love best, Namibia’s amazing naturalist wonders.
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Frantic Naturalist is an small company run by me, Vernon Swanepoel, and my wife, Esmerelda. I have a unique blend of passions; for nature (especially in Namibia) and for creating websites… hence this website - See Namibia. Esmerelda and I have over a decade each in the travel business in Namibia, giving us an intimate knowledge of the country. Learn a little about us, the people behind Frantic Naturalist and this website, on our about page. If you tweet, follow me on Twitter.
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Featured topic: Twyfelfontein
Namibia has many really special locations, but thus far only one has been considered so special and unique as to make it to UNESCO World Heritage Status. Twyfelfontein.
Twyfelfontein (or, more formally, Twyfelfontein Prehistoric Reserve) is significant as one of the most prolific rock art sites in Africa. The site is mainly made up of Petroglyphs (rock engravings) but there are also a number of rock paintings. The engravings, literally carved into the rock, have remained intact for years - they have become part of the rock. This is in contrast to paintings that are far more susceptible wear and tear.Read more…