Fun with the Sea Lions at Cape Cross

Home to one of the largest seal colonies of the world, Cape Cross is a highly protected area with more than 100,000 seals barking, hanging on the beach and crawling into the sea. Sea Lions The small puppies can be seen playing and following their mothers. Visitors can get very close to the seals and […]

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The Okavango River

The Okavango River With hippos and crocs are roaming in and around the river and in the dry season, the unspoiled reaches of the Okavango Delta are completely different from other parts of Namibia. The lake region in Namibia is humid and rich with water and vegetation everywhere. The best way to explore the Okavango […]

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Epupa Falls In Kaokoland

Set like a fairy tale, the mighty Kunene River falls 35 m deep and creates the majestic Epupa Falls on the border of Angola and Namibia. Falls In Kaokoland A quick hike to the Epupa Falls viewpoints gives you and your family a loud and enthralling visual experience. The “beware crocodiles” signs tell you that […]

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Sossusvlei

The most photographed desert in Namibia and the world, Sossusvlei is truly something special. With its red sand dunes, one of the tallest dunes in the world the area looks like a sandy wonderland. Sossusvlei is undoubtedly a must on your bucket list.

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Etosha National Park

The largest game reserve in Namibia, in Etosha visitors, can spot some of the most common and rarest African wildlife species. Etosha National Park is home to some of the largestelephants in Africa, the endangered black rhino and even leopard. A family adventure awaits at Etosha National Park.

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