Namibia Safari

If you are going to be visiting the Botswana area soon, you may want to consider taking a Namibia safari to explore all the wildlife and wonders of nature that the area has to offer. You can also lodge in Namibia in some of the country's most luxurious hotels and resorts. Here is some information about the sites you'll see, as well as how to finalize your travel arrangements.

One of the things you'll see when you're going on your Namibia Safari is the Namib Desert, which is the world's oldest desert. You'll be able to view the wildlife that thrives there, including reptiles and some birds, and you may also be guided to Fish River Canyon during your desert tour. There are five huge game parks that you can visit on a Namibia safari as well, so you'll get to see some of the most exotic mammals in the world in their natural habitat.

Etosha is another great attraction you'll want to visit when you're on your Namibia Safari. This national park is one of the largest in Africa, and has very diverse wildlife. You can arrange to take walking safaris with a tour guide, or you can be driven around the park too see elephants bathing, lions hunting for food, and hippos resting in the water. If you are visiting during the fall, zebra, wildebeest, and oryx are migrating during this time, so you'll see large herds of these animals that you'll definitely want to photograph. There are also a number of springs that will attract rare birds and smaller wildlife when there is a dry season in Namibia, so be sure to keep your eyes open for these creatures as well.

If you're looking for great places to stay during your Namibia safari, you'll definitely want to check out the Ongava Lodge, which is near Etosha. The chalets in the lodge include a bedroom, bathroom, and lounge, so you and your traveling buddies will be especially comfortable. You may also want to consider the Gems of Namibia tour, which is a self-drive tour that gives you access to Etosha National Park, as well as Damaraland, which is a desert area, and Swakopmund, which offers a variety of wildlife that you'll definitely want too see. You'll be staying in a comfortable camp with other tourists, and you'll even get the chance to visit the Africa Foundation, which is a non-profit organization that works to protect the wildlife that is endangered in the area, which are primarily cheetahs and leopards.