Namib Moon Landscape, near Swakopmund.

About 30km inland from Swakopmund is an area known as the Moon landscape. Here millions of years ago the Swakop river carved deep canyons into the granite rock, producing breathtaking landscapes. I drove out here with my travel companion Marie, and we stopped to take in the views. It truly is an unspoilt precious place, a true reminder of the wonder that is nature. Its an easy drive that offers a sense of adventure and taste of the Namib desert. Well worth the beautiful drive.

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