From the cities to the countryside, Namibia dazzles with an array of uniquely beautiful sites, from tranquil coastal towns to parks teeming with nature, and a river canyon that leave you mystified.

With a well-developed infrastructure, moving around Namibia becomes easier, making the exploring of his bounds all the more enjoyable. From the capital of Windhoek, we venture out to the stark wild. Central Namibia itself is speckled with charming towns, deserts and wildlife reserves-the latter we uncover on our safaris, observing the animals in their natural habitat-elephants, rhinos and, cheetahs, whose largest world population if found in Namibia alone. The country is also home to diverse ancient cultures that have endured the sometimes harsh conditions of this magical land. After its colonisation by the Germans in the 18th Century, vestiges still remain in the form of architecture, culture and cuisine. The country still celebrates Oktoberfest, for one, and preserves well the Gothic cathedrals in the picturesque town of Swakopmund. In Namibia, the deserts extend to the sea, creating over 2,000 kilometres of gorgeous sand-swept landscape. Walk along the twinkling salt pans in the basin of the Kalahari, and the barren landscape echoes that of the Skeleton Coast, where animals bones and decayed ships are strewn across sand dunes. A journey to Namibia is transporting, teaching, and otherworldly.

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Visit Sossusvlei and Deadvlei
Visit Sossusvlei and Deadvlei
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World-famous Sossusvlei is both the name for the area in general as well as an enormous clay pan, flanked by immense sand dunes. Nearby, at the foot of some these dunes, the skeletons of trees dominate the landscape where once water flowed. This is known as Deadvlei.
Quad Biking over Namibia's Ancient Dunes
Quad Biking over Namibia's Ancient Dunes
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A nature drive or eco-sensitive guided quad-bike ride through the private Kulala Wilderness Reserve allows you to take in the incredible views and denizens of the desert, including the likes of oryx, springbok and bat-eared fox, as well as fascinating avian desert specials such as the endemic dune lark.
Tracking Rhinos on Foot
Tracking Rhinos on Foot
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Set out in the morning by to follow the Save the Rhino monitors as they track one of their charges – the desert-adapted black rhino. Due to the vast terrain, long distances can be covered, with other wildlife to be seen along the way.
Visit the Himba Community
Visit the Himba Community
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In this isolated area, the Himba people continue their traditional semi-nomadic way of life and, when they are in the area, guests have an opportunity to learn about their lifestyle and customs.
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