Namibia is the fastest growing tourist destination in Africa. It encompasses many geographical areas, including the dunes and desert coastal plains of the Namib desert, the wild and lonely Skeleton Coast, the Kalahari Basin and the wooded bushveld of Kavango and Caprivi.
It is a peaceful land of old traditions, ancient tribes and modern infrastructure. The rural tribes of the Himba and Bushmen (San) coexist with the modern life of an efficient, safe and very stable nation.
It is a fascinating country with some unique geological and cultural features; Dragon’s Breath is the largest subterranean lake in the world; Fish River Canyon is one of the three largest canyons in the world; the Gibeon meteorite shower is the largest ever discovered; the Namib Desert is the world’s oldest desert and only desert in the world that harbours elephant, lion, giraffe and rhino.
Namibia also has the largest free-roaming cheetah population in the world, and a large number of leopards, lions and other wild cats.
From the wonderful red dunes at Sossusvlei, to the vast savannah of Etosha National Park, the world famous White Lady near the Brandberg mountain, to the crocodiles and lions of Caprivi strip (the gateway to Victoria Falls), Namibia can offer you a truly different African experience.