Namibia is a vast place of awe-inspiring contrasts; a natural canvas with the oldest desert Namib Desert over 80 million years old; claims to have the highest sand dune in the world, where the land seems to run forever. Also said to have the world’s largest non-subglacial underground lake discovered in 1986 in the mystical Dragon’s Breath Cave, which can only be accessed by professionals because of its intricate structure.
Wildlife is a picturesque spectacle. The world’s largest concentration of free roaming cheetahs is found in Namibia. Visit Etosha National Park which is the best place to spot speed-charged creatures in a pose atop a termite mound, on a lone tree or straddling the sand. Namibia has a sub-tropical desert climate, a sparsely populated country with strikingly varied cultures, making it an easy place to go for adrenalin inducing activities or escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.