On the Westcoast of Africa lies a country with the second lowest density of people in the world. The size of about two and a half times Germany. Independence came on March 21, 1990. Capital is Windhoek.
Along the Atlantic Coast, also called the Skeleton Coast we find the Namib Desert and destination to many of our safaris. With the highest sand dunes in the world and some of the most stunning animals roaming this insanely beautiful place. Tracking black Rhinos, photographing the desert Elephants in the Huab and Hoanib rivers and searching for the elusive desert Lions on the Skeleton Coast is just a small part of what we do. Visiting the Etosha National Park with its enormous amount of animals or enjoy a tipical sunset over the Okavango with the cry of the African fish Eagle.. Let the warm and friendly people of Namibia welcome you to this stunning country..Almost two thirds of Namibia is set aside for wildlife conservation in some form.
In Namibia we could organise your selfdrive safari or you could join us on a guided journey and for those of you where time is the limit we could fly you soaring like an eagle over the most breathtakingly views to your destinations. All organised to the finesed detail!
Area: 824,268km2 Capitol: Windhoek Independence: 21 März 1990 Population: 2,2 Million
Walking along the Second largest Cayon in the world,the Fish River Canyon
Visit the awe-inspiring world highest sand dunes of Sossusvlei
Hot air Ballooning over the dunes at Sossusvlei
Explore the Skeleton coast and the shipwrecks along the Atlantic Coast
Track Black Rhino in Damaraland
Seek the Desert Adapted Lions and Elephants along the Hoanib River
Vist the nomadic Himba People of the Kaokoveld
The world famous Etosha pans
Spend a day with the San Bushman people in there traditional enviroment
Travel along the Okavango or Zambezi Rivers
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