Gallery Namibia 2003

May 22 2014

Namibia is one of the world's most lightly populated countries, with vast swathes of the most remarkable desert scenery ... a truly special place. There is game here, but not in the densities of other safari countries, making it not necessarily an ideal location for a first timers to Africa. The most popular way to get around is by road, with an inner network of decent roads being safe to self-drive and connecting the popular attractions such as Sossusvlei and Etosha. The very best locations are those truly wild areas which lie out of range of self-drivers, such as Skeleton Coast North, Kaokaland West, Damaraland North and Namibrand, which are more often accessed by light aircraft. But a flying safari usually works out around three times the price of self-driving, so what we often do is start with a core of self-drive and then add in shorter flying and guided segments ... a combination which offers the broadest range of experience at a more accessible price range.

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