This updated handbook contains practical information to get around and explore Namibia, a wild and uninhabited area of southern Africa. It has been written by a team of Africa enthusiasts who have lived, worked and studied in Namibia for several years. The coverage of the guide is broadly-based encompassing both the widely-spread, established sights such as the Etosha game reserve in the north and the Fish River Canyon in the south, as well as many less well-known areas of interest. It includes: full details about transport including timetables and costs; details on how to get around the Etosha game reserve; background information on culture, history and the German colonial legacy on the Atlantic coast; information on how to hike the 6-day Fish River Canyon trial; what to take and what to leave behind; and how to explore and understand the Namib-Naukluft desert - an area of grandeur and fascination. A 16-page colour wildlife section is included.