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Namibia

Namibia gives a wildly different perspective on the desert and different landscapes that the desert presents. From the surreal sand dunes of Sossuvlei to the wild Atlantic Skeleton coast and the exotic Himba tribe of Kunene Namibia has so much to offer. Sparsely populated by humans and home to around 700 bird species it is also contains vast range lands as an important habitat for cheetah .

Desert Kingdom

Namibia was a pioneering country to incorporate protection of the environment into its constitution reinforced by giving its rural communities the right to manage their natural resources through communal conservancies.

A popular way to explore the country is on a self-drive basis with a pre-arranged itinerary and pre-booked accommodation. Namibia is exceedingly popular and the limited accommodation available is reserved a long way in advance. There are also safari packages available on a private basis whereby a guide will take you around the country.

The Sossusvlei dunes and salt pans of the Nambib Naukluft National Park are a special highlight of any safari journey. Hot air balloon excursions are available to float over this wonderful landscape.

Damaraland’s dry rocky landscape holds the ancient rock paintings of Twyfelfontein and is also important habitat for the threatened black rhino.

Skeleton Coast is wild patch of landscape in the north west coast of the country offering never ending beaches and uninhabited terrain. A Flying safari is the ideal way to get around this huge area and provides an ideal perspective for photography.

Suggested destinations

Etosha National Park

The park is Namibia’s premier wildlife refuge. Waterholes are the magnets for wildlife living in this arid terrain and the majority of game viewing takes place around them. Read More

Sossuvlei

This magnificent desert landscape of rolling dunes and the Deadvlei is not to be missed. Read More

Swakopmund

This curious town on the Atlantic coast is well worth stopping by to admire its German inspired architecture. Read More

Twyfelfontein

Twyfelfontein is quite a fascinating piece of history among the harsh and desolate terrain of Damarland. Read More

Waterberg

At Waterberg Wilderness you can explore the wonderful world of the Waterberg up and close on a guided plateau hike or on your own on well demarcated hiking trails. Read More

Etosha National Park

The park is Namibia’s premier wildlife refuge. Waterholes are the magnets for wildlife living in this arid terrain and the majority of game viewing takes place around them. As the area dries up the better the game viewing densities are in areas containing water.

Sossuvlei

This magnificent desert landscape of rolling dunes and the Deadvlei is not to be missed. Learn about the fragile existence of the desert dwellers as you watch wandering gemsbok/Oryx pass through the dunes.

Swakopmund

This curious town on the Atlantic coast is well worth stopping by to admire its German inspired architecture. It’s also a launching place for safaris to the Skeleton Coast and Namib Desert.

Twyfelfontein

Twyfelfontein is quite a fascinating piece of history among the harsh and desolate terrain of Damarland. Twyfelfontein is a UNESCO World Heritage Site of ancient rock engravings and paintings in northwestern Namibia. The rock engravings are of various animals, and the rock paintings are of animal tracks, human figures and foot prints. The area is also great for hiking.

Waterberg

At Waterberg Wilderness you can explore the wonderful world of the Waterberg up and close on a guided plateau hike or on your own on well demarcated hiking trails. Waterberg Plateau Park is the home of game such as buffalo, white and black rhino, giraffe as well as eland, roan and sable antelope, and it borders directly on Waterberg Wilderness.

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Karen

I am thrilled with all my photos and put the best ones into photo books. I now enjoy showing these to my friends who are all envious of the fantastic holiday I had! Thank you for being such an excellent guide. Of all the wonderful scenery, birds, mammals and plants I saw, the shots of the African sunset still bring a tear of joy to my eyes. I never expected to get that! I think the whole holiday exceeded my expectations even the amazing thunderstorms that we experienced. I hope to return again one day!

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