I have climbed some sand dunes before but never as high as these sand dunes in Namibia.
Usually, the tour guides will give you some guidance for the climb.
These rules, although quite common sense, should best be followed.
You started off the climb as early in the day as possible, say just before sunrise. Of course, it will be best if you go there in the cooler season.
You stay on the dark side of the dune – so that the sand is not as hot.
Don’t forget to bring snacks and water.
Always conserve your energy; make sure that you have energy to climb up to the very top.
Have a mask ready in case the wind blows up a lot of sand.
These pictures were taken by my wife earlier last month in Namibia, Africa.