When it comes to natural beauties, Namibia ranks among the very top thanks to its diverse landscapes and abundance in domestic species.
With its coastal areas, wetlands, and of course the Namib and Kalahari deserts, the Southafrican country combines a variety of pristine land areas enabling life to flourish at its best.
Being the first African nation to include wildlife conservation in its constitution, it is no wonder that lions, elephants, buffalos, leopards and rhinos gather almost placidly in the inland’s protected plains.
Namibia is perfectly suited to self-driving, with well-maintained roads giving you access to Etosha National Park’s spectacles, the arid landscape of Damaraland, hosting desert-adapted elephants sweeping from one waterhole to the next, and the Fish River Canyon, delivering endless adventures for outdoor enthusiasts.
In the coast, Namibia presents the marriage between the dry desert and the Atlantic Ocean, generating iconic landmarks such as the world’s highest Sossusvlei sand dunes.
Also, the coastal stretches around Swakopmund offer ideal spots to enjoy birdwatching and to indulge in recreational activities – Namibia simply has it all.