Impressive landscapes, fascinating wildlife and intersting people

With spectacular horizons, endless dunes, this vast seemingly endless expanse of unspoilt arid land never fails to impress enticing visitors to return over and over again.

Located in South West Africa, Namibia shares borders with South Africa, Angola and Botswana to the south, east and north respectively, with the narrow panhandle of land, known as the Caprivi Strip, jutting from the north-east.

Almost 1300 km (800 miles) of wild and uninhabited coast line extends along the west coast, possessing soaring sand dunes with plains of pastel colour, dramatic canyons, mountains and salt pans - all making up the terrain to the east, all with incredible game viewing opportunities. Seal colonies, ship wrecks and abandoned ghost towns provide many striking photo opportunities, while quaint seaside villages with Bavarian influences and spring-fed oasis provide wonderfully colourful places dfor relaxation.

The magnificently vast and pristine Etosha Pan (once a saline lake) is surrounded by grasslands with a laqrge and varied array of wildlife, including lion, eland, elephant, giraffe, zebra and ostrich.

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Tel: +27.21 794 0651
Cell: +27.82 853 1717
Skype: richard.martin900

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Cape Town
South Africa



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