Northern Namibia - Namibia
Stretching up to the Angolan border and with a slice of land sandwiched between Botswana and Zambia, northern Namibia is the country’s wildest landscapes.
Home to some of Namibia’s most significant wildlife, you discover waterholes teeming with animal life in Etosha National Park, to the forbidding dunes of the Skeleton Coast, the imposing mountains of Damaraland and the free-roaming desert rhinos and elephants.
Etosha National Park teems with abundant animal life congregated around waterholes in the dry winter months, but northern Namibia also has far more to offer.
Waterberg Plateau Park is set on a giant sandstone plateau looming over vast desert plains, where you can marvel at rare species such as sable and roan antelope, while in the northwest, Damaraland with its starkly beautiful rugged landscape where you can explore ancient rock art sites, climb mountains and track desert elephants and rhino.