2400 KM of amazing gravel roads between the Kunene river, at the border with Angola, and Windhoek. Cycling in Namibia part 1 (North) took place between April and June 2014.
This video features a lot of scenic D gravel roads, terrible headwinds on the Skeleton coast, the fantastic scenery behind the Brandberg and at the Brandberg West Mine, some wildlife, including a Namaqua chameleon passenger, the desert elephants, cannibal armoured crickets and the fur seal colony of Cape Cross, the Vingerklip and Twyfelfontein rock formations in Damaraland, a morning in the empty Dorob national park with the 1000 year-old Welwitschia plants, the rollercoaster C28 through the Namib national park, the steep Boshua pass and the Khomas Highland ... and so much more. As I like deserts, Namibia has been the most picturesque part of my journey.
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Ruacana dam, Opuwo, Okahao, Oshakati, Ondangwa, Tsumeb, Grootfontein, Hoba meteorite, Waterberg plateau, Otjiwarongo, Outjo, Vingerklip, Khorixas, Twyfelfontein, Sorris-Sorris, Brandberg, Uis, D2342 Brandberg West Mine, Dorob National Park, Mile 108, Cape Cross, Hentiesbaai, Swakopmund, Rössing uranium mine, Moon landscape, Hotsas, C28, Windhoek