Etosha is one of Africa’s great wildlife parks and Namibia’s prime wilderness conservation area. It holds one of the largest populations of black rhino in the world and unlike other parks, where you can spend days looking for animals, Etosha’ s charm lies in its ability to bring the animals to you. Even if you’ve had a taste of African wildlife watching previously, you are likely to be mesmerised by it here.

Namibia Etosha black rhino

Fish River Canyon

Measuring 27 kilometres wide, 550 metres deep and 160 kilometres long, the spectacular Fish River Canyon is the second largest canyon in the world and one of Africa’s greatest natural wonders. There is nowhere else in Africa where you will find anything quite like Fish River Canyon.

Fish River Canyon, Namibia


Sossusvlei is a large, white, salt and clay pan that is set amidst some of the world’s highest sand dunes towering up to nearly 400m above the valley floor. It is renowned for its majestic, warm red- and orange-coloured dunes contrasting against the stark white floors of the pans but there are many other attractions nearby. These include Sesriem Canyon, Dune 45, Hiddenvlei, Big Daddy and Deadvlei. All providing abstract beauty that is unseen anywhere else in the world.

Sossusvlei, Namibia


Damaraland is one of the country’s most spectacular regions with vast, arid plains that are intersected by sudden towering outcrops. One of the main attractions is the picturesque Brandberg, Namibia’s highest mountain, which is home to thousands of ancient rock paintings – most notably the White Lady. You can also visit the Petrified Forest, which offers a haunting landscape of gigantic, fossilised tree trunks that can be dated back 280 million years.

Damaraland, Namibia

Kalahari Desert

The eastern expanses are dominated by the Kalahari Desert; And to top it off – the contrast of the lush forest vegetation of the Zambezi region, part of the KAZA Transfrontier National Park.

Kalahari Desert