Marvel at this breathtaking serpentine chasm – the world’s second-largest canyon – as it carves its way through the desert.
The Namib Desert at its most spectacular: the vibrantly coloured giant sand dunes, alongside eerie mineral-encrusted vleis, are an awe-inspiring sight.
#03 Sandwich Harbour
Enclosed by towering, wind-sculpted dunes, and cut off from the wild Atlantic, this shallow lagoon is an avian paradise.
The country’s premier national park is chock-full of large mammals and colourful birds, and boasts a vast, shimmering saline pan at its centre.
This impressive table mountain much favoured by hikers looms out of the savannah plains, its plateau a haven for rare antelope and rhino.
#07 Zambezi Region
Luxuriant tropical vegetation, free-flowing rivers, vast herds of game and abundant birdlife make this a superb area for wildlife-spotting and sunset cruises.
#08 Meeting the Himba
Learn about the traditional and evolving customs of the Himba, one of Namibia’s most culturally distinct peoples, organising a visit from Opuwo or Epupa.