Fish River Canyon

Fish River Canyon

hiking with a polish family along the rim of the world's second largest canyon

Location: 

Hobas, Namibia

Duration: 

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Personal highlights

  1. Fish River: second largest canyon in the world after the Great Canyon
  2. Canyon: 160 km long, up to 27 km wide and up to 550 meters deep
  3. Gondwana: great pitstop and last gas station before the Canyon
  4. Hitchhiking: picking up and hiking with a lovely Polish family
  5. The Traveling Tree: Polish family traveling around the world

Image sources

  1. Gondwana collection
  2. Gondwana gas station
  3. Steep, rocky cliffs
  4. Fish River Canyon
  5. Polish Hitchhikers

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