At its peak, the Okavango Delta can expand to an area of more than 16,000 square kilometres. Explore a paradise where herds of elephants, giraffes and gazelles gather at the water’s edge, and take a front row seat for all the action in one of the world’s most fascinating wetlands.
With the world’s largest concentration of elephants, Chobe is another African jewel that should be on every bucket list. Expect encounters beyond the ordinary, as herds of these massive yet elegant creatures are in evidence everywhere.
There are no deserts quite like the ancient Kalahari, or the dazzling Namib. These unique ecosystems are home to some of the most distinctive fauna on the planet, for every species that resides here has had to find ways to adapt to the challenges of this uniquely waterless world.
Etosha, meaning the ‘great white place’, is set on a huge, flat calcrete pan. With its stark and striking backdrops, it’s a national park quite unlike any in Africa. You’ll get to view quintessentially Namibian wildlife such as the orix, and animals as rare as the endangered Black Rhino. While most visit Namibia to explore its natural wonders, you’ll find yourself taken by the towns you encounter along the way, from the capital Windhoek, established
by German colonial settlers, to the coastal city of Swakopmund, wedged between the Atlantic Ocean and the Namib Desert.