In Namibia, time and space is less defined... where the desert meets the ocean to become a playground for your wildest dreams and travel adventures…

Namibia is a coffee-table book come to life, where sand dunes in the world’s oldest desert meet the crashing waves along its wild Skeleton Coast. It is a photographer’s dream with wild seascapes, rugged mountains, the massive red Namib Desert, striking wildlife and unspoilt natural beauty as its backdrop. Namibia is home to diverse wildlife, including a significant cheetah population, and The Namib Desert Horse – the only feral herd of horses residing

in Africa, with a population of between 90 and 150 wild horses. Other wildlife in the north can be found at Etosha National Park’s salt pan, which draws game such as giraffes and rhinos. The capital of Windhoek with its rich German history face the Atlantic Ocean, while the city of Swakopmund features beautiful landmarks such as the Swakopmund Lighthouse, the Mole (an old sea wall), and the Swakopmund Railway Station which is now a famed hotel.

Areas to visit...
  • Windhoek
  • Swakopmund
  • Damaraland
  • Etosha National Park
  • Sossusvlei
  • Skeleton Coast
Namibia is special because...
The Landscapes
Namibia consists of isolated valleys, massive sand dunes and vast gorges, it’s a country of untouched and untamed natural beauty
The Sossusvlei Dunes
Shaped like stars, with red and orange hues, the biggest dunes in the world reaching over 325 meters, a truly glorious sight
Etosha National Park
Once an inland sea, the vast white-green salt flat of Etosha Pan is one of the most adored areas and home to much wild life
Skeleton Coast
An intriguing coast line where a seemingly endless expanse of striking sand dunes melts into an equally mesmerising ocean
Desert-adapted animals
Home to resilient desert animals such as elephants with longer trunks to dig for water and lions that feed on seals
Explorative experiences in Namibia
Seal watching at Cape Cross
You can visit the seal colony near Walvis Bay, an isolated stretch of rocky shore which is home to thousands of seals
Track black rhinos
You can track these most endangered species on earth as part of an ongoing initiative to monitor and protect rhinos from poachers
Oktoberfest in Windhoek
You can expect nothing less than a memorable traditional German fest which include the best of German food and drink
Meet the Himba
You can spend time with these beautiful semi-nomadic people to explore their culture and lifestyle sustained by kings and queens

From Namibia you can connect with ease to off the beaten track travel experiences in South Africa

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