The Serengeti is synonymous with the wildebeest migration. Most travellers try to be in the right part of the massive Serengeti plains at the right time of year to catch the migration. Which usually means that people tick the Serengeti off their list having seen only one end of these mighty plains. We’ve got a better idea.
Namibia is a unique African experience, with its battered coastline, dramatic red sand dunes, moonscape deserts and wildlife that has adapted to the arid terrain. This rough, 8-10 day planning guide explores Namibia’s major highlights, including the red dunes of Sossusvlei, the shipwrecks of the Skeleton Coast and the exotic wildlife of Etosha.
There’s a buzz developing around Namibia. Magazines and travel programs feature Namibia more often and I’m getting far more enquiries about trips to this once overlooked part of Africa. In November I set out to rediscover Namibia: to explore the landscape, wildlife and accommodation so I could better advise my clients. And so Adventurlogers…here is my advice: