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Deserts

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Lifeless - a common misconception about deserts. In truth, the dunes come alive in fiery shades of pink and orange at dawn and dusk and flourish with fascinating wildlife. Whether you join the birds in a hot air balloon or race across the sand on a quad bike, we guarantee the experience of a lifetime.
 
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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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Plains, Deltas & Deserts
Botswana is defined by the seasons, the ebb and flow of the Okavango Delta, which carries life giving water from the Angolan Highlands into the Kalahari. The landscapes are magnificent in their scale and diversity, and in the abundance of wildlife they support.
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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.
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Atacama Desert
The Atacama is high, utterly dry, spectacular and absorbing. Vast fields of steaming geyser cobalt soda lakes covered in a pink flamboyance of flamingos and strange lunar landscapes set the scene. Beneath the 19,400 foot Licancabur volcano, the Gustavo Le Paige museum bears testimony to age old...