Stunning desert landscapes and dead forests forged over centuries of erosion mark the southern part of this African country. Wealthy and efficient thanks to German colonial times, Namibia is the only country in the world that has wildlife preservation inked in its constitution. Expect incredible landscapes, stunning sunsets and endemic desert adapted wildlife living in harmony with some of the last remaining tribes in existence, the Himba.
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Love counting stars? Can’t wait for the sun to set so you can look up at the starry night? If you love to watch nature’s show unravel, choose to stay at these resorts in Dark Sky reserves around the world. You have never seen so many stars
At stay at Serra Cafema Lodge, one of the most isolated and hard to reach places I have ever stayed at and yet, it was also one of the most magical. Not to mention our evenings chatting with the Himba tribes
I absolutely love safaris! Nothing beats sipping a G&T while watching the sun set. Here are 10 things you may not know about safaris.
It is not a matter of just looking great, on safari, you want to make sure to be prepared and not to catch the attention of too many lions…
A magical stay at andBeyond Sossusvlei Desert Lodge, a beautiful property at the edge of Sossusvlei Dunes with the only gold rated Dark Sky Reserve in Africa and the clearest or nights for star gazing
I take a drive-in safari to the Skeleton Coast in this one of a kind, extremely exclusive and unique trip of a lifetime. We dune bash, we visit a seal colony and have lunch on the beach before flying over the coast on our way back to the lodge
A magical experience, a stay at one of the most remote places in the world, gives access to desert lions and the Skeleton Coast
A visit to the Himba people of Namibia reveals what an ancient pastoral and hunter-gatherer society means in the 21st century
The majestic and otherworldly Sossusvlei dunes. See images and get information on the infamous Deadvlei and Dune 45 in Namibia.
Get ready to be blown away by these incredible photos of Namibia
Starting in Bora Bora and the Cook islands and crossing the Pacific, Asia, Europe and the US I ended the year in Namibia, Africa. All continents covered in 2015
As always, my plans for the year in travel include a host of random, incongruent and remote destinations with a luxury twist. If it isn’t out of the ordinary, it is unlikely to feature on my plan!