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This is what I had been anticipating for months planning my trip to Namibia, and it was totally worth it. You may do the hike to get there – it takes about two hours, and takes you over multiple dunes – or, like Helen and I, choose to take the shuttle there (the price seems to change every so often but it is quite affordable, approximately USD).
Helen and I managed to take about a thousand photos over the span of three hours – we were having far too much fun modelling for one another – and I am still in awe that I got to see such a magical place. Shooting in the direct overhead sun can not only be harsh for photography, but, as you are in the middle of a desert, can have serious health effects such as heatstroke and dehydration. Please note that even with the shuttle you still have to walk through the desert for approximately 20 minutes to get to Deadvlei.
I had long heard of its allure; its jaw-dropping scenery was meant to be the stuff of dreams.
After an unbelievable month there this past summer, I am happy to report that it not only met my expectations… Namibia is one of the most photogenic countries I’ve ever been to.
In fact, many tourist-driven cars did drive right over that bridge without knowing what lay beneath.
-Make sure your camera has good settings for photographing low light and nighttime conditions for the Okaukuejo watering hole, and make sure to get there with plenty of time for sunset!
I upgraded to a mirrorless camera last year and I’ve been really happy with the results; I would definitely make sure you have a fairly good camera to take with you to Namibia, as you’ll be using it a lot.
So if you’re looking for the most beautiful spots in Namibia for photography – the most Instagrammable places in Namibia, let’s say – I’ve got you covered.
You can also search Trover for the best spots in Namibia, as people are uploading new photos to the platform every day!
Etosha is known for elephants, zebras, giraffes, and nearly all of the usual African safari suspects; if you’re especially lucky you’ll spot rhinos and lions while on safari in Etosha National Park.
Hands down, the most magical spot to photograph Etosha is at the watering hole at Okaukuejo Rest Camp, which offers both campgrounds and lodges.