Namibia – Desert Wilderness


Namibia, bordered by Angola, Botswana and South Africa, is a country known for its harsh natural beauty. A delight for those in search of real wilderness, and certainly a place to inspire the senses. A large and sparsely populated country it is known for its contrasting landscapes from the Namib Desert with its monumental drifting dunes of the Sossusvlei, to savanna plains, rugged mountains, salt pans and canyons, and the ultimate desolation of the Skeleton coast and Atlantic Ocean. The waterholes of the Etosha National Park in the north offer superb game viewing opportunities, the perfect choice for nature lovers and photographers alike. Almost half of Namibia is under conservation management including national parks and reserves, conservancies, forests, and private nature reserves. It also boasts the largest free-roaming population of black rhinos and cheetahs in the world and is the only country with an expanding population of free-roaming lions. Discover a truly unique destination, unlike anywhere else in Africa.