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Namibia African Safari Destinations

DISCOVER NAMIBIA’S DESERT BEAUTY AND WILDERNESS SURVIVAL If you are searching for wide open spaces, wild deserts, ancient welwitschia plants and strange looking quiver trees, red sand dunes that are over 1,000 feet tall, the Big Five, innovative cheetah conservation projects, desert elephant, and Herero women who wear fantastic headdresses, then Namibia is for you. Flying over the red dunes of Sossusvlei, along the remote and rugged Skeleton Coast, and seeing colorful geological formations from the air also makes Namibia one of the most fantastic flight seeing countries on earth.


Damaraland 4 photos This world revolves around water. The Haub River provides the motivation for desert-adapted wildlife to pass in close proximity to the camp. Gemsbo… more


Etosha – Eastern 10 photos Imagine a huge, flat salt pan stretching for miles, surrounded by dry acacia woodlands and scrub. Then add underground springs at various points ar… more


Etosha – Southern 12 photos Imagine a huge, flat salt pan stretching for miles, surrounded by dry acacia woodlands and scrub. Then add underground springs at various points ar… more


Kunene River 14 photos The Kunene River lies on the border of Namibia and Angola, amid a great expanse of arid desert. This rushing water creates its own ecosystem, conce… more


Okonjima 29 photos Okonjima, just north of Windhoek, Namibia, seems like a collection of camps in the middle of the wild desert. But there is a neat story attached to… more


Purros 3 photos If you want to get away from it all, literally, Purros is the place to visit. It’s one of the most remote areas of Namibia and the perfect place… more


Skeleton Coast 5 photos Shipwrecks and seals are some of the only inhabitants of this long stretch of desolate beauty. In contrast, pockets of desert-dwelling giraffes, li… more


Sossusvlei 6 photos An ancient river used to flood the area we now call Sossusvlei: “Vlei” is the Afrikaans word for an area that floods. But in modern times, flooding… more


Swakopmund 1 photo Palm-lined streets, seaside promenades, fine accommodation, a pleasant summer climate: Swakopmund is a peaceful colonial-era town where the Namib D… more


Windhoek 2 photos Amid the shifting dunes, windswept salt pans, isolated watering holes and oceanside oases, Windhoek is the master link that holds them all together… more

The first version of this article was posted on 14 Jul 2014 at 2:04 PM.

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