A diverse wildlife and significant cheetah population are prevalent in Namibia, with a famous wildlife park, Etosha National Park, located in the north of the country and harbouring 114 mammal species.
It is known to be the driest country in Sub-Saharan Africa and primarily a large desert and semi-desert plateau. The largest canyon in Africa, the Fish River Canyon, is located in the south of the country and one of the most visited tourist attractions in Namibia.
The capital and largest city in the country is Windhoek. It is characterized by rolling hills and lies in a large valley surrounded by four mountain ranges. It is home to the Heroes’ Acre war memorial which commemorates the country’s independence in 1990.
Partnering with our African Alliance in Namibia, Derek Röver Quantity Surveyors, provides local expertise and representation to our clients.