Kaokoland – Namibia's West and North West
15 days / 14 nights
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The vast wildernis of Kaokoland is the home of the Ovahimba who still live in their traditional ways. On our way to the north western border river Kunene you will come to know the wide open horizon of Ovamboland which is ornated by the typical silhouette of the Makalani palm tree. With a little luck we will be able to watch desert elephants at the dry Hoanib river or even the endangered rhinoceros which have found a specially protected habitat in this rough and deserted landscape. If you don't fear a little dust and rough gravel roads, you will be rewarded with breath-taking encounters with Namibia's people and wildlife.

The route:
Windhoek – Lake Otjikoto – Etosha National Park – Owamboland – Kunene River Lodge – Epupa Falls – Opuwo – Fort Sesfontein – Hoanib River and desert elephants – rock engravings at Twyfelfontein – Organ Pipes – Brandberg massiv and rock painting White Lady – Welwitschia Mirabilis – seal colony at Cape Cross – Swakopmund – Okahandja
wood market – Windhoek.