Rossing Mountain has been the backdrop of a large number of international feature films, due to its vast and stark look, giving the viewer the feeling that you are in the middle of nowhere, with no hope of life in sight.
5 Facts about Rossing Mountain
Rossing Mountain is located a 45-minute drive from the closest town Swakopmund, which in return is a 40-minute drive from Walvis Bay International Airport.
The travel terrain is mostly comprised of tarmac road.
Rossing Mountain is located inside a national park, and therefore falls under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Environment & Tourism.
The best time of day to film at this location is late afternoon or at sunset, as it gives you spectacular views of the sun setting over the vast Namib Desert.