The best safari hotspots and destinations to visit in Namibia

Namibia, one of the largest countries in Africa, is one its best tourism hotspots and a classic safari destination. Rolling red dune desert landscapes, endless coastlines, enormous dry salt pans and a plethora of plant and animal life are just some of the attractions on offer. Choose from a variety of adventure activities and accommodation options to ensure an unforgettable experience.

Skeleton Coast

The Skeleton Coast is a truly unique travel destination, and a must-see for anyone with a keen sense of adventure and imagination. Miles of unspoilt coastline stretch out, littered with the hollowed-out shells of ships and other vessels that once sailed the seas, before meeting their end on the foggy, rocky shore. A visit to this ghostly graveyard is definitely worth the trip.

Etosha National Park

Etosha National Park is one of the most unique safari destinations to visit in Africa. Its main feature is a huge salt pan so large that it is visible from space. Smaller pans can be found adjoining it, providing a base for a blend of predator life, plains game and spectacular birdlife. The park is also home to the Big 5. A number of luxury camps can be found in the park, providing accommodation and offering activities such as guided game drives and walks. Guests can also explore the park on self-drive safaris.

Sossusvlei and Namib Desert

The Namib Desert is a wilderness-lover’s paradise. Its vast endless landscapes, rolling red dunes and fascinating desert wildlife are the perfect combination for a desert safari adventure. Adventurous visitors can go quad-biking and hot-air ballooning, while those who love photography won’t find a better location to shoot in. The various lodges and camps in the region are perfect for lying back and counting the millions of stars that can be seen out in this desert wilderness.

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