Northwestern Namibia

Northwestern Namibia is the kind of raw and rugged wilderness that so many places claim to be but so few actually are. In the Kaokoland, mountains rub shoulders with desert expanses and nomadic Himba villages, fairy circles and desert-adapted giraffe dot the dry and dusty landscape. Towards the Atlantic Ocean, the Skeleton Coast is hauntingly picturesque. Described by the San Bushmen as ‘the Land God Made in Anger,’ the beaches are strewn with whale bones and the wrecks of over a thousand ships, whilst the interior is an uninhabited desert of rolling sand. In both areas, you’ll discover unique, desert-adapted wildlife and flora, absorb the camera-bending vistas and enjoy a selection of activities that truly make the most of the environment.

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