The sandy dunes and expansive deserts of Namibia will provide you with endless memories that are both humbling and wonderful. Namibia is known for the plentitude of red-orange sand dunes in the Namib Desert, some of which you can hike to watch the sunrise and witness the sunrays hit the peaks of dunes.
Stand amongst the idyllic dead trees of Sossusvlei and feel the history of the area around you.
The famous red-orange sand dunes of Namibia are not only great for photo opportunities. ¡Go fast and furious through the dunes, either riding a 4×4 bike or sliding down on your sand board!
Long time ago the Portuguese sailors called it As Areias do Inferno (The Sands of Hell). This protected area stretches from Sandwich Harbour, south of Swakopmund, to the Kunene River, taking in around 20,000 sq km of fabulous dunes and gravel plains to form one of the world’s most inhospitable waterless areas in the world’s oldest desert.
In Southern Namibia lies a ghost town called Kolmanskop where you will feel time stand still. Originally built by the influx of diamond miners in the area, the town of Kolmanskop was abandoned in the early 1930s. Many of these abandoned homes are filled knee-deep with sand, perfect for taking beautiful, eerie photographs of this once-bustling ghost village.
Chobe National Park is in northern Botswana near the vast, inland Okavango Delta. You must visit this amazing place to see Lions, antelopes and hippos inhabit the woods and lagoons around Linyanti Marsh.
Enjoy 85 km of endurable and unforgetable hike in Fish River Canyon.