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From its diverse wildlife, some of the highest desert dunes in the world, and the dry, cracked Etosha Pans, to the haunting beauty of the Skeleton Coast, strewn with thousands of ship wrecks and the bones of whales and seals, Namibia possesses a rugged beauty, contrast and a certain peacefulness that people find strangely familiar.

The Etosha National Park is home to Africa’s tallest elephants and the black rhino, whilst the Namib-Naukluft Park, a 50,000km2 arid and semi-arid eco-systems, is one of the world’s largest conservation areas.


Northern Namibia is a wildlife haven. The Etosha Salt Pan (a shallow depression so large it can be seen from space!) boasts over 340 species of water fowl and more than one million Pink Flamingos – a spectacle not to be missed.

The Etosha National Park is home to huge herds of Springbok, zebra, Blue Wildebeest, Red Hartebeest, elephants, lion, cheetah and the elusive leopard.
The surrounding desert’s vast and unforgiving landscape is home to a number of animals that have adapted to life there, including Mountain Zebra, Gemsbok, Short-eared Elephant Shrews, Grant’s Golden Moles, Karoo Bustards and Peringuey’s Adders.


Hi Celeste,
Just wanted to send a brief thank you note for organizing our honeymoon trip in South Africa. Susan and I had an absolutely wonderful time.

Jeremy and Susan - Texas, USA


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