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Namibia, with its towering sand dunes, craggy mountains and unique desert-adapted species, offers a distinct contrast to other southern Africa safari destinations. Its raw landscapes are home to endangered black rhinos and desert elephants that subsist on thorny vegetation along dry riverbeds. In this incomparable wilderness, night skies are among the darkest on Earth, and exploratory sojourns by day reveal unusual natural wonders. Traveling by 4x4 and on foot, or via optional hot air balloon or quad bike, venture into the glittering red sands of the world's tallest dunes, traverse a sprawling clay pan, explore the evocative Skeleton Coast where fur seals bellow in large colonies, find a respite in the shadows of hidden canyons, and examine ancient petroglyphs. In Namibia, we witness the persistence of small living things adapted to these harsh environs, finding rare beauty in this stark and austere realm.
Search for Endangered Black RhinoTrack free-roaming black rhinoceros and desert-adapted elephant—this arid land's most captivating wildlife—through the rocky wastes of western Namibia
Access Vast Private WildernessOn exclusive private reserves, explore the Namib Desert and Sossusvlei dunes on foot and by 4x4, and via optional ballooning and quad bike excursions
Explore the Remote Skeleton CoastFrom Hoanib Camp, experience the lonely Skeleton Coast with its abundant fur seal colonies, shipwrecks, whale carcasses and intriguing plant and insect life