Your journey takes you through the picturesque Khomas Hochland to the Namib desert. Towering dunes, shimmering pans, and an endless sea of sand, this is Sossusvlei, boasting the highest dunes in the world. Explore the Atlantic coastline, stretching along Namibia’s west coast. From here you continue through the rugged Damaraland and Kaokoland to the magnificent Epupa Waterfalls, where the Kunene River plunges into a gorge below and Baobab trees cling to the rocky slopes. This is the home of the nomadic Himba tribe, who have retained so much of their traditional culture. Living like hundreds of years ago, they are true survivors of this harsh, rocky, hostile, and yet beautiful wilderness area. Continue along the Kunene River and past the Ruacana Waterfalls to the famous Etosha National Park. A large variety of animals can be viewed especially at the numerous water holes. Whatever the time of year, Etosha never fails to fascinate. Spend some time on a private game reserve before you return to Namibia’s capital Windhoek.