Lüderitz (Namibia). 'Namibia is a country that defies African stereotypes and this is perhaps nowhere more true than in the historic colonial town of Lüderitz. This bizarre mini-Deutschland is seemingly stuck in a time warp.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/namibia/southern-namibia/luderitz
Swakopmund (Namibia). 'Easily Namibia’s finest urban scene, swanky Swakopmund is a feast of German art nouveau architecture, with its seaside promenades, half-timbered homes and colonial-era buildings. Stuck out on the South Atlantic coast and surrounded by desert, it feels like a movie set.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/namibia/western-namibia/swakopmund
The Quiver Tree (Kokerboom) is in a forest of southern Namibia. It comprises about 250 specimens of Aloe dichotoma, a species of aloe that is also locally known as "quiver tree" because bushmen use its branches to make quivers.
Sossusvlei, a large ephemeral pan, is set amid red sand dunes that tower up to 200m above the valley floor and more than 300m over the underlying strata. www.lonelyplanet.com/namibia/sesriem-sossusvlei/sights/natural-landmarks/sossusvlei#ixzz3B2YGH2SJ