In Namibia, nature rules. In the second least populated country on earth, even the ancient Namib Desert teems with unseen life. Tiny transparent lizards escape detection in the slopes of vibrant, red dunes, and the night sky explodes with stars, undimmed by city lights. Herds of nimble springbok graze and elusive black rhinos take their ease. This is a land of open spaces, stunning vistas, and unbridled wonder. You’ll watch the sun rise dramatically over the desert dunes and set gently over its canyons. Explore the NamibRand Nature Reserve set in the oldest desert in the world. Tour its breathtaking scenery of shifting sands, towering dunes and stony outcrops on guided walks and quad-bike safaris. Witness herds of antelopes and gazelles and more than 100 bird species. View the fascinating ancient Twyfelfontein rock engravings, Namibia’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Discover an abundance of wildlife in Estosha National Park and the NamibRand Nature Reserve.
- Photograph the dunes of the Sossusvlei, a surrealistic landscape of massive ochre-hued dunes canopied by indigo skies.
- Meet the Himba people, one of the last remaining nomadic tribes in Africa.
- Take a cruise on beautiful Walvis Bay aboard a catamaran.
- View the amazing rock art of Twyfelfontein; this UNESCO World Heritage Site is considered to hold the largest and finest collection of petroglyphs in Africa.
- Travel in supreme comfort while observing Namibia’s varied landscapes by private plane.