The Namib Desert is believed to be the oldest desert in the world, and due to the cold air that is blown in off the Benguela current, it has remained relatively unchanged for the previous 80 million years.
The Namib desert derives its name meaning "vast open spaces" from the Nama language. Apt considering the Namib-Naukluft National Park occupies approximately 50,000 km2 and stretches 1,600km along the Atlantic coast, making it Africa's largest national park and an ideal location for Namib Desert safaris.
Experience this incredible destination on one of our Namib Desert Tours and Safaris, or choose from one of our remote and enchanted Namib Desert Safari Lodges.
Mammals, reptiles, insects and plants that have adapted in the most amazing and bizarre manners to survive the arid conditions are what makes Namib Desert safaris so fascinating and rewarding.
Namib Desert Safari Highlights
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