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Namibia is known above all for the Namib Desert. The Kalahari, which stretches over the eastern and southern parts of the country to Botswana, Zambia, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Angola and the Democratic Republic of Congo, is often forgotten. This makes it the largest sandy area in the world and not really a desert at all because from bushland to semi-arid dunes it encompasses the most diverse vegetation zones and offers amazing flora and fauna.

Don’t miss a stay in one of the least populated places in the world and visit the San Bushmen who live in the Kalahari. Listen to the call of the big cats and be enchanted by the sight of the barren nature and the typical camel thorn trees of the Kalahari. You will be surprised by the abundance of animals in this seemingly life-threatening landscape, as giraffes, zebras, cheetahs, antelopes and many more have adapted perfectly to the dry environment.

The wind has shaped the characteristic dune waves, which are now stabilized by plants. Grasses, thorn bushes, and acacia trees characterize this dry savannah. Typical are the large nests of weaver birds in the trees, hundreds of which live in huge community nests. We have summarized for you the indescribable beauty of the landscapes in pictures. We hope we can inspire you to visit us soon. We look forward to being part of your unforgettable experience in Namibia.

Namibia is known above all for the Namib Desert. The Kalahari, which stretches over the eastern and southern parts of the country to Botswana, Zambia, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Angola and the Democratic Republic of Congo, is often forgotten. This makes it the largest sandy area in the world and not really a desert at all because from bushland to semi-arid dunes it encompasses the most diverse vegetation zones and offers amazing flora and fauna.

Don’t miss a stay in one of the least populated places in the world and visit the San Bushmen who live in the Kalahari. Listen to the call of the big cats and be enchanted by the sight of the barren nature and the typical camel thorn trees of the Kalahari. You will be surprised by the abundance of animals in this seemingly life-threatening landscape, as giraffes, zebras, cheetahs, antelopes and many more have adapted perfectly to the dry environment.

The wind has shaped the characteristic dune waves, which are now stabilized by plants. Grasses, thorn bushes, and acacia trees characterize this dry savannah. Typical are the large nests of weaver birds in the trees, hundreds of which live in huge community nests. We have summarized for you the indescribable beauty of the landscapes in pictures. We hope we can inspire you to visit us soon. We look forward to being part of your unforgettable experience in Namibia.

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Directions: Turn about 50km from Mariental on the C20 onto the D1268 district road. From Windhoek about 270km on the B1 main road to the south, then turn onto the C20 just before Mariental, and from there onto the D1268 district road. Our GPS coordinates are: 24 18 ‘ 031 “South 18 ° 01 ‘ 970” East