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All reviews early morning red sand worth the effort both sides great pictures sight to behold fear of heights watch the sunrise awesome experience park entrance your feet views are spectacular amazing colours coming down visit namibia gets hot hard climb
The view is spectacular and well worth the slog up to the top just take your time and at least.1.5 lts of water with you and as it says the Dune is 45k. into the park, don't think you will see dunes this big anywhere...More
Dune 45 is famous, but check before also dune 40. Less crowded, allmost as high as 45, but the tree in front gives an excellent view for your pictures. Besides, the parking place is along the road, so you first have to walk, which gives...More
The climb is quite easy but is a two stage climb up to a ridge and then a walk around the gently sloping ridge to the top. You are rewarded with great views of red dunes and the long desert landscape.
The crowds are very...More
This took us 20 mins return but be prepared to stop start and pass people and this track gets really busy.
It gets really hot here so try and go when it is still cool.
Take a camera as there some good photo opportunities
Amazing sand dune. There was a constant line of people climbing like ants on a termite mound. I didnt climb it as I just wanted to take photographs and watch the light sweeping across it as the sun moves through the sky.
There are other...More
Response from Gregoire64 | Reviewed this property |
What do you mean? It is 3 hours on dirt roads from Windhoek or Walvis Bay, but once inside to national Park the main road is sealed. The Dune itself is just of the sealed road and takes about 1000 - 1200 steps in the sand to... More
What do you mean? It is 3 hours on dirt roads from Windhoek or Walvis Bay, but once inside to national Park the main road is sealed. The Dune itself is just of the sealed road and takes about 1000 - 1200 steps in the sand to reach the top, depending how fit and strong you are. So an hour up and 30 mins down, but my son did it all in half that time.