Fringing the Atlantic Ocean coast of South West Africa, Namibia is known for its stark contrasting beauty and mesmerising desert landscapes scattered with endless swathes of savannah and bushland. This photographer’s paradise features a collection of breathtaking natural wonders such as the red dunes of Sossusvlei, the windswept Skeleton Coast, and the semi-precious stones of Spitzkoppe. Kayak with seals in the Walvis Bay Lagoon, explore the bustling capital of Windhoek, view the German colonial buildings of Swakopmund, hike through the Fish River Canyon, catch a glimpse of the desert-adapted elephants and lions of Damaraland, and learn about the Himba people of the Kaokoland area. Enjoy countless desert adventures, including climbing the world’s highest sand dunes, exploring the desert ghost town of Kolmanskop and sandboarding, quad biking, and horse riding through the desert dunes. Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy world-class birdwatching and wildlife spotting in the lush Caprivi Strip and the vast Etosha National Park as well as eco-tours into the Namib Desert, the oldest desert in the world.