Namibia is a land of contrast, with landscapes ranging from the rusty coloured sand dunes of the Namib Desert, to the rocky Damaraland and the lush sceneries of the Caprivi Strip…
Etosha and the parks in the Caprivi Strip are great for game viewing, but Namibia is also home to some desert-adapted wildlife, such as the desert-adapted elephants, lions and the black rhinos, which roam freely outside of national parks. There is also the opportunity to experience cultural insights, from some of the different cultures.
All those activities and discoveries are traditionally part of a road trip, conducted either as a self-drive tour or as a guided tour. However, reaching those different sites by road is not the only option: fly-in safaris are also an excellent way to discover what Namibia has to offer, hoping from lodge to lodge in a small aircraft. It is understandably more expensive than travelling
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