Namibia’s dramatic desert landscapes and uniquely adapted wildlife make an especially intriguing safari location. It is home to two great deserts and vast private nature reserves such as Palmwag, Kulala and Ongava, filled with unusual wildlife found nowhere else in Africa.

Sossusvlei is located in the ancient Namib-Naukluft National Park. This Park includes the oldest desert in the world. One of the biggest attractions here are the massive red sand dunes, some reaching over 300 meters in height, (often referred to as Sossusvlei)! Visiting the area at sunrise or sunset ensures amazing photographic opportunities! One can’t

Damaraland is beautifully arid and spectacularly unforgiving! One of the most scenic places in Namibia, in the height of the dry winter or the rains of summer. Here you find unique experiences, attractions like Burnt Mountain, Rock Art at Twyfelfontein and geological wonders like the Petrified Forest. It is also home to the local tribe

Etosha National Park – Namibia Its name derives from the Ovambo e Tosha and conserves 22 270km2 of semi-arid savannah, including the pan itself. The pan temporarily fills with water during wetter summers, attracting breeding flamingos, pelicans and other waterbirds. The more common mammals are springbok, blue wildebeest, gemsbok, red hartebeest, greater kudu, giraffe, steenbok,

The Skeleton Coast Park is one of our planet’s most inhospitable, but hauntingly beautiful places – it is wild, desolate and uninhabited. It has everything from roaring sand dunes, windswept plains, towering canyons, salt pans to seal colonies, shipwrecks and even one of the most productive fishing grounds anywhere. The arid desert environment in the