Skeleton Coast, situated on Namibia’s remote western coastline, is named after the many ships that sank here over the last few centuries. Because the roads are constantly chopping, changing, and shifting – these areas are primarily accessible by air.
Namibia is twice the size of the state of California. It has one of the lowest human population densities on earth and is a beautiful place where the sand dunes meet the sea.
If you value your own privacy and want to get away from the hustle and bustle, this itinerary is for you.
A few of the highlights of this trip include a river cruising on the Kunene – located on the border of Namibia and Angola and has a large population of Nile crocodiles. In addition, you’ll visit the Upupa Falls – a series of large waterfalls created by the Kunene River. With its notorious ghostly shipwrecks and ghost towns, Namibia’s Skeleton Coast is also on the list.
Certain moments in life are hard to describe. Watching a school of dolphins power through the deep blue water beneath your kayak, just a few inches from your fingertips, is one of them. That’s why this trip includes a kayaking experience with dolphins.
Experience the unique possibility to fly over the world’s oldest desert in a hot air balloon. It is a fantastic thrill and exhilarating feeling to watch the Namib Desert from a hot air balloon. You’ll be able to see many desert-adapted species – like elephants, lions, and black rhinos.
This whole itinerary is all about being remote, off the grid, and lingering a little longer, stepping back in time.