5 superb natural landmarks sightseeing trips in Namibia.
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All natural landmarks sightseeing trips are delivered by 3 travel agencies in Namibia.
Prices range from 2,005 USD to 12,750 USD and our natural landmarks sightseeing trips last from 9 days and to 17 days.
“I've done many group trips as well as a lot of independent travel but this was simply one of my best travel experiences. A fantastic group and wonderful leader team obviously helped but even without those this is an amazing country with spectacular vistas, ever surprising and wonderful wildlife and all under the bluest of blue skies. There is some amazing variety from the dry salt pans to the mountainous shifting dunes, huge landscapes that reach past the horizon, the strange charm of the coast and Swakopmund, the ever smiling people, the ease of travel, the facilities at the campsites and the wildlife...seeing the waterhole in the Etosha camp for the first time was a hairs on the back of the neck moment.”
“My brother asked me (before the trip) "what's there?". I mentioned desert and sand dunes and Etosha and wildlife and long journeys, but although I've been to Africa a number of times I was still unprepared for the vastness of the Namib desert, the beauty of the light on the dunes at dawn, the colours, the history, the expanse of Etosha, etc. What there was NOT was also memorable: no light pollution so magical starry skies and beautiful sunsets; hardly any traffic on long straight roads; very few people. Those we did meet in the few towns, in the tiny hamlets and on the campsites were all very pleasant and helpful.”
“Namibia is a county diverse in its landscapes and wildlife. This trip lets you see it all - including chilly star filled desert nights, high dunes at sunrise, varied game drives and a range of optional activities to cater for every taste. Namibia has everything - and does not mind sharing!”