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Beach
事事随缘The speed of the ships on the sea is getting faster and faster, the air is permeable, and a salty Atlantic sea breeze is blowing. The farther you sail, the color of the sea becomes darker and darker. It is almost blue and ink. From time to time, large oil rigs come from your side. Passing through, in the distance, various ships looming up and down on the open sea level, the lines are very clear, under the sunlight, the sea appears sparkling, seagulls and pelicans fly by from time to time, lift Looking at it, the sun-pierced person could hardly open his eyes, like a mirage. See the world freely
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National Park
Desert
juki235This is a very peculiar geological landscape, a large piece of white sandstone surrounded by red sand dunes. There are often dead camel thorn trees on these trachoma grounds. These trees have been dead for more than 500 years, and some can even be 1,000 years old. It is incredible that they can still stand here like this. This is due to the dry climate here, which creates such a magical landscape.
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Zoo
事事随缘This beach is called Cape Cross. Historical records say that when the Portuguese navigator arrived here in 1486, a cross was erected here in the name of the king, and this cape got its name. On this beach with an area of less than one square kilometer, there are 100,000 seals gathered throughout the year. The breeding season can reach hundreds of thousands or even more. The number and density of seals here are the world's largest. One. On the coastal reefs and in the huge waves on the seashore, there were patches of black seals everywhere, wriggling and tumbling, and it was magnificent. Here is the home of the seals, the kingdom of the seals, this magnificent strangeness. The sight, which can only be seen on this small beach in Namibia, is breathtaking. See the world freely
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Zoo
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Hiking
E22***60The experience is like none other. It is magical and majestic to camp there and to become one with nature. I would highly recommend it!
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UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Historical Site
事事随缘This is the world’s largest concentration of rock carvings and the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in Namibia. It is the stone wall carvings and murals left by the Bushmen in the Stone Age, depicting the history of Namibia and its far-reaching footprints. It has been more than 6000 years ago. So far, decadent Fontaine has discovered more than 2,000 rock carvings and murals. It takes a long period of bumpy sand and stone road to get here. Although the road conditions are difficult and dangerous, the decadent scenery is really attractive. The rich reddish brown under the blue sky is more beautiful than the master's palette. The ruins are full. It is the taste of geology. The decadence here probably refers to the desolation. It is lonely like Silent Hill. The name is really full of charm. It has cultural charm without losing the sense of vicissitudes. Although it is desolate and abrupt, the murals really make people Fascinated, time-honored but alive, I seem to hear the distant, tinkling sounds coming from the valley in a trance. See the world freely

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