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Namibia is home to the oldest desert in the world, some of the highest sand dunes, and the second-largest canyon. With incredible landscapes combining desert and sea, Namibia is one of the most unique places to visit in Africa.

Known as “The Living Desert” the Namib teems with desert-adapted beetles, spiders, lizards, gerbils, the golden mole, as well as larger animals. It’s the only desert in the world where you can find large mammals like lions, rhinos, elephants, and giraffes.


Another remarkable feature is found where the rolling desert sands drop off abruptly to meet the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. The desert and ocean run side by side for miles. The stunning blue of the water highlights the golden desert sand creating a starkly contrasting yet beautiful view.

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