Namibia is a land of diverse wildlife and stunning natural landscapes. From the vast Namib Desert to the game-filled Etosha National Park. The capital, Windhoek, is home to charming German colonial-era buildings, while coastal town Swakopmund offers beautiful seaside views.
Welcome to the Namib Desert—the oldest desert in the world, and a land like no other. Here you'll find stunning vistas at every turn, from the vast expanses of the dunes to the dry riverbeds that bisect this harsh landscape.
But don't let the lack of surface water deceive you; there's plenty to see and do in this unique corner of Namibia. You'll encounter plenty of ungulates here, including Hartmann's zebras, which can be found grazing in the vegetated riverbeds.