In Southwest Africa, Namibia combines the arid beauty of the Namib Desert – possibly the oldest in the world – with surrounding grasslands and bush. This unique combination makes the country home to a wide variety of wildlife.
If you’re planning a holiday in Namibia, remember that Etosha National Park is an option. It’s one of the finest wildlife and game reserves in Africa, thanks to its remaining largely free of human influence.
Sossusvlei situated in the The Namib Naukluft Park is one of Africa’s oldest and certainly one of the most spectacular National Parks on the continent. A combination of the rocky Naukluft Mountains and wide open plains that gives rise the huge towering red dunes that reach more than 1000 feet, astound the visitor with the stark beauty and makes Sossusvlei one of Africa’s most photographed destinations.
Damaraland, situated to the east of the Skeleton Coast National Park and southwest of Etosha National Park is the breathtaking mountainous region of Damaraland.Here, an assortment of unique desert-adapted animals, such as elephant, zebra and lion, seek out an existence in this near-barren landscape.
Damaraland offers exceptional Bushman etchings, The Petrified Forest, where ancient fossilised tree trunks can be seen and a remarkable assortment of desert-adapted fauna and flora.
Combine photographic dunes, remarkable wild-life and history during your Namibia vacation – offering you a world of contrasts in just one country