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Bat Eared Fox River Crossing Wild Dogs


Namibia

Namibia draws its identity, and indeed its name, from the Namib, one of the oldest and driest deserts in the world. Wedged between the Kalahari Desert and the South Atlantic, Namibia remains a frontier realm for intrepid travellers to discover. Here you will find the oldest rust-red desert in the world, quintessential African landscapes teeming with wildlife, and silent spaces where the emptiness and desolation can be overwhelming. Namibia is a photographer's dream, boasting stunning wildlife, lonely deserts, rugged mountains, wild seascapes and beautiful colonial cities. All of these are offered in high definition with elbow room to spare! 
The defining geography of Namibia with its four main topographical regions:
(1) the Namib Desert and coastal plains to the west;
(2) the eastward-sloping central plateau;
(3) the Kalahari towards the south and south-east and
(4) the densely wooded bush of the Kavango and Caprivi, fosters one of the largest animal congregations on the planet, alongside one of the lowest human population densities.
A rare combination that yields unequalled opportunities for wildlife watching.
 
 
 
   
 
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