Traveling in Namibia is very interesting and not dangerous. When you are going arround with a camera hanging visible on your body, you are the "tourist", who will be a target for beggars, and in towns as Lüderitz, Swakopmund, Windhoek and others, there are a lot of them.
Namibia is not the distination for diving and snorkeling, the sea is of a bad visibility because of the Benguela current fromm the south.
There is nothing compared2camping nearby a hot spring after a long and dusty day in and around the Jeep (or 4X4 which offers better value for money..).
Really... take your Namibian beer from the coolbox and relax in the luke warm water of the dessert springs. You will wish you never had to move on again...
From Sawkopmund, through the lagoon at Walvis Bay (Flamingos and Pelicans close to the front), across the Kuiseb delta, and then between the Atlantic and the Namib dunes. This was a drive that had everything - stunning landscapes, exotic birds, and white-knuckle dunes driving (plus expert guide and tasty lunch).
One of the highlights of our trip to Namibia.
The road to Lüderitz on the Atlantic coast runs for about 110 km through the White Namib - sand as far as your eyes can see. The white dunes have the funny habit of 'walking' right onto the road... So watch out!