Probably Namibia’s best game viewing destination, Etosha is a huge 7,800-square-mile park dominated by its namesake pan. The wildlife, however, is found in the surrounding bush. And there’s plenty of it, including elephants, rhinos, zebras, blue wildebeest and the rare black-faced impala.
A fascinating Grand Canyon-like place with beautiful scenery, extreme temperatures and challenging hiking.
One of the largest national parks in the world, Namib/Nakluft encompasses desert and semi-desert terrain and some of the most impressive sand dunes in the world, found at Sossusvlei.
When ships ran ashore on Namibia’s coast, survival for the marooned sailors was out of the question. Inhospitable but incredibly gorgeous, the Skeleton Coast is full of fascinating dunes, geology, shore and desert wildlife. Great spots include the Cape Cross Seal Reserve and nearby Damaraland. Our favorite spot in southern Africa!
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