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Namibia
Namibia is Africa’s wild west, a place of awesome desert scapes. Soar above the orange dunes of The Namib by hot air balloon, then track desert adapted elephant through Damaraland. The shimmering Etosha Salt Pan is a sanctuary for wildlife, a stark contrast to the desolate Skeleton Coast – a land of shipwrecks and seal colonies.
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A Private Desert
Namibia gifts you the chance to leave everyday life behind and escape into extraordinary wildernesses. The vistas which await you in this private desert - from the red desert dunes of Damaraland to the sea lion dotted cliffs of the Skeleton Coast - are poignant reminders of the scale and beauty o...
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Hiking and Adventure
Great adventures start with a single step. This is especially true in Namibia, where you can explore the vast, diverse landscapes on foot, entering into the wildernesses of mountains and valleys, discovering ochre deserts and their contrasting emerald oases.
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Fly In Safari
Namibia is a vast and relatively untouched wilderness. Road journeys, though possible, tend to be long and arduous. In order to make the most of your time, visit contrasting camps, and appreciate the scale and beauty of the landscapes is by taking to the skies.
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Epic Vistas
A painter could spend a thousand lifetimes in Namibia and still not adequately capture the shifting colours of the dunescapes, the textured fall of light on the Great Escarpment, and the motion of the waves crashing against the Skeleton Coast. Look deeply and imprint these epic vistas on your mind.
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A Diverse Desert
Never think that the desert is empty: the quiet and the space are illusory. In spite of the arid climate, Namibia’s deserts are filled with flora and fauna, which have adapted to the dry ecosystems. And when the rains do come, brilliant flowers erupt from the desert sands.