Plan your Namibia self drive Safari - Northern Area

Map - Namibia North - Attractions - Route


Below is a map depicting the location of places of interest in Namibia's Northern Area. Underneath the map you will find listings and more information on these places.

You can click on the placeholders to go directly to the more info pages. Use the back button to return to the map. You can also zoom in on the map to see more detail. (Click on the + icon bottom right)

We trust that this will assist you in planning your self-drive visit to Namibia.



  • Rock Engravings at Twyfelfontein
    Khorixas Tourist Attractions
    The mountainous regions of central Namibia contain some of the most spectacular natural galleries in the world – a lasting legacy of the San people. Namibia’s first World Heritage Site, the Twyfelfontein Rock Art Site, is home to the... More Info
  • Tsumeb Museum
    Tsumeb Tourist Attractions
    The Tsumeb Museum is a tribute to the history of Tsumeb. The museum is now a national monument and offers an insight into a bygone era with local treasures on display. For geology and history enthusiasts, the museum is a must-see. Visitors can learn... More Info
  • Hoba Meteorite
    Grootfontein Tourist Attractions
    The experts all agree that the Hoba Meteorite is the biggest meteorite that has been found on earth until today.The meteorite came down about 20 km west of Grootfontein about 80,000 years ago and still remains at the same place, which is not... More Info
  • The Verbrandeberg and Organ Pipes
    Khorixas Tourist Attractions
    The barren mountain "Verbrandeberg", meaning “Burnt Mountain”, was proclaimed a national monument in 1989. The unique display of colours on its slopes and surfaces during morning and evening hours was a highlight in an... More Info
  • Lake Otjikoto and Lake Guinas
    Tsumeb Tourist Attractions
    The Otjikoto Lake is the smaller of only two permanent natural lakes in Namibia. It is located 20 kilometres from Tsumeb next to the B1 road towards Namutoni and Ondangwa. More Info
  • The Petrified Forest
    Khorixas Tourist Attractions
    The Petrified forest located some 40 kilometres west of the Namibian town of Khorixas, on the C39 road, is a deposit of large tree trunks that have "turned to stone" through a process of diagenesis. More Info
  • The Stone Tower
    Outjo Tourist Attractions
    The Stone Tower in Outjo was erected in 1900 and served as a base for a windmill that pumped water from an underground aquifer. It was built over a well and is 9.4m high. More Info
  • Etosha National Park
    Etosha Tourist Attractions
    Etosha National Park is a national park in northwestern Namibia. The park was proclaimed a game reserve on March 22, 1907 in Ordinance 88 by the Governor of German South West Africa, Dr. Friedrich von Lindequist. More Info
  • Vingerklip - (Rock Finger)
    Outjo Tourist Attractions
    Travelling westwards en route to Khorixas, is the Ugab Vingerklip (finger of rock) situated amongst the rugged Ugab Terraces. If you stay on the tarred road you will miss this. About 35 m high, this distinctive monolith has been moulded into its... More Info
  • Khorab Memorial
    Otavi Tourist Attractions
    On July 1st 1915, the German Army was defeated at Otavi by South African troops. On July 9th they surrendered and signed the Khorab Peace Treaty. The Khorab Memorial (1920) is a testimony to this event, and can be found a few miles outside of Otavi. More Info
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