Caprivi Strip is a narrow stretch of land in the far northeast of Namibia. It has been described as the Okavango Delta of Namibia and is a game-rich area with a diverse population of large mammals.
Etosha National Park in Namibia is host to spectacular wildlife in its massive 6 000-square-kilomtre mineral pan.
The Fish River Canyon, a vast chasm cut through the desert, is one of the largest canyons in the world, and a great wonder of Africa.
The Namib-Naukluft National Park in Namibia is a formidable vastness which sustains many strange plants and animals adapted to life on the edge.
Namibia is a land of vast open spaces and immense contrasts. The landscapes range from desert in the south to the great sand dunes of the Namib Desert in the west, from the wild and windswept Skeleton Coast to the white salt pans of Etosha and the dense bushveld of the Caprivi Strip.
Perched next to the gushing mouth of the Orange River is the small and oft-forgotten diamond-mining town of Oranjemund.
Sesriem Canyon in Namibia is four kilometres from Sesriem campsite, the place most people stay when visiting Sossusvlei.
The Skeleton Coat, named after the skeletons of whales, seals and various ships that have been washed up on its shores, is a mysterious and formidable part of the world.
Sossusvlei, a huge clay pan encircled by massive sand dunes, lies at the heart of the Namib Desert in the Namib Naukluft Park and is one of Namibia's top attractions.