A Vast Landscape Home to Rare Desert-Adapted Wildlife & the World's Tallest Sand Dunes
Namibia’s towering sand dunes, craggy
mountains and unique desert-adapted species offer a distinct contrast to southern Africa’s other safari destinations. The raw landscape is home to endangered black rhinoceros and desert elephant that subsist on thorny vegetation along dry riverbeds. This is an incomparable wilderness where the night skies are among Earth's darkest, and exploratory sojourns reveal unusual natural wonders. Traveling on foot and by 4x4, or via optional balloon, quad bike or horseback ride, venture into the glittering red sands of the world's tallest dunes, traverse a vast clay pan, explore the Skeleton Coast where seals congregate, find a cool respite in hidden canyons, or examine ancient petroglyphs. Witness the persistence of small living things adapted to these harsh environs, and find rare beauty in this stark and austere realm.
- Scout for Endangered Black RhinoTrack free-roaming endangered black rhino and desert-adapted elephant—the arid landscape's most captivating wildlife—through western Namibia’s rocky wastes
- Privately Access Vast WildernessesEnjoy private access to explore the vast Namib Desert and Sossusvlei dunes on foot and by 4x4, plus optional ballooning, quad bike excursions and horseback rides
- Explore the Remote Skeleton CoastStay at Hoanib Camp to experience the remote Skeleton Coast with its abundant seal colonies, shipwrecks, whale carcasses and intriguing plant and insect life