Palmwag is a nature reserve in northern Namibia. It is located in the Kunene region, in north-western Damaraland, half way between Swakopmund and the Etosha National Park. It covers an area of 400.000 hectars. Wildlife in Palwag include leopards, lions, cheetas, mountain zebras, giraffes, springboks, kudus, and desert elephants. The reserve also has the largest population of black rhinos in Africa; a local organization called Save the Rhino Trust protects them.
(Windhoek, Sossusvlei, Swakopmund, Palmwag, Etosha)
The fresh sea breeze whispers through your hair as you sip Champagne and feast on fresh oysters on one of Namibia’s most stunning deserted beaches.
In Namibia, time has less meaning, but everything else has so much more.
(Windhoek, Sossusvlei, Swakopmund, Kunene, Palmwag, Etosha)
Twisting parapets of blood-red sand begin to permeate the grassland as it yields to a landscape of unearthly dunes.
(Windhoek, Kalahari/Marientel, Fish River Canyon, Lüderitz, Namtib Biosphere Reserve, Sossusvlei, Swakopmund, Palmwag, Etosha, Otjiwarongo)
An incredible journey with your private guide and driver that takes in the most spectacular and remote regions of Namibia.
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