Namibia Map

Namibia is the most westerly nation of South Africa and it is home to a unique landscape of wonderful sand dunes and beautiful desert plains. It is one among the largest countries in Africa, covering 824,000 square kilometers, and the rugged beauty of this country lies in its magnificent sights. The deserts in Namibia may look lifeless, but they are actually buzzing with life and activity. It is the first country in the world to include protection of the environment and sustainable utilization of wildlife in its constitutions.

Adventure Safari Tours And Geographic Tours

Namibia is home to the African wildlife that attracts visitors from all over the world and it also houses several game reserves. Apex Expeditions has a premier team of guides to show you an adventure tour of a lifetime. During your trip to this beautiful and adventurous country make sure to visit Swakopmund, and Fish River Canyon, which is really big. Marvel at the highest dunes on earth at Sossusvlei, drive far into the vast interior of Damaraland and the Kaokoveld. Fly over the captivating Skeleton Coast and Serra Cafema, a remote camp accessible only by aircraft.

Etosha National Park
This is the most popular and well-established game reserve where you can either choose to camp or stay in luxurious accommodation. A safari through this wildlife sanctuary will give you the opportunity to get a glimpse of leopards, elephants, rhinos, buffalos, lions or cheetah.

Skeleton Coast
Enjoy a Namibia adventure tour to the Skeleton Coast where you can view the beauty of a desert joining hands with the Atlantic coast. The topography of this region metamorphoses from a sand dune into a plain that rolls into a canyon, which then climbs into a mountain.

This is one among the most astounding aspects of this nation because this endlessly beautiful terrain and wildlife will take you through a mysterious and enchanting world. The Kalahari Desert features long vegetated dunes of red sand, dense bush-covered plains, tropical forest, perennial rivers and woodland savannah. During your Namibia safari tour, hangout with the tribal men and learn to hunt with a spear.

Namib Desert
A safari ride through the immense Namib Desert, the oldest in the world, will take you through sand dunes that change with the light, as the billions of garnet fragments turn them from crimson red to burnt orange and deep mauve. In the middle of this enchanting desert is Sossusvlei, a salt and clay pan that is surrounded by some of the highest sand dunes on earth.

Go a little bit mad at Swakopmund, a historic German colonial town, by skydiving, sand boarding, game fishing, swimming in the Atlantic waters, or lopping off into the wonderful desert on a camel.

A safari ride through the vast interior of Damaraland will help you see black rhinos and rare, desert adapted elephants. The open plains of this region are watched upon by the looming Brandeberg Mountains, and gurgling water runs through plains, grasslands, deep gorges and massive granite kopjes. As you look towards the west, geography changes dramatically and you can see endless sandy expanses that flow with giraffes, ostriches and springbok.

Namibia brims with the unique wildlife, wild and unusual geology, and evocative ancient cultures. Track down cheetahs, leopards, rhinos and elephants, and enjoy landscapes that defy your imagination deserts that run down to meet the sea, moonscapes hewn in red rock and endless salt pans. You will also get a rare chance to learn about the timeless traditions of the San Bushman, the Himba and the Topnaar people as you spend time with them in their settlements and hiking the wilderness that they know by heart.

The Namibia safari tours will take you through this beautiful Namibian terrain, showing the wonderful deserts, interesting game reserves and cities, and enlighten you to the lifestyle of the locals and the history of the country. Revel in a comfortable yet bracingly primordial experience of the earth untouched.

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