Whether your interest is in wildlife, landscape, adventure, people, culture, your days here will be filled with plenty of sunshine, beautiful sights and unforgettable experiences found nowhere else on earth. Read on to learn about Namibia’s parks and wildlife.

Being home to approximately 25% of the world’s cheetah population means that when is comes to cheetah spotting, Namibia is the place to be. A visit to Okonjima, home of the AfriCat Foundation or the Cheetah Conservation Fund at Otjiwarongo offer fantastic opportunities to see these animals close up

For clients in search of the sought-after ‘Big Five’, it’s generally best to recommend Namibia’s north – especially if they’re after the traditional open Land Rover safari experience. It has the highest rainfall of all of Namibia’s regions, meaning greater vegetation and ultimately more wildlife

Etosha (central north) and the Zambezi Region (north east) are two of the country’s most popular wildlife viewing regions

Etosha National Park offers the ‘Big 4’ – Leopard, elephant, rhino and lion – rather than the ‘Big Five’ as buffalo cannot be found here. Buffalo are located within the Zambezi Region however

Namibia’s south is much drier, making it the best place to spot animals that have adapted to harsh conditions, such as gemsbok (or oryx), kudu, springbok and ostriches

Damaraland in the west is where Namibia’s elusive desert elephants can be found, whilst the huge colonies of seals that live up on the north-west’s Skeleton Coast attract predators such as brown hyena and black-backed jackals

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