A land of wildlife, Namibia with its tropical nature and desert landscapes give you a wonderful opportunity to take a wildlife safari and observe the wild animals in their natural habitats. From black rhinos and oryxes to beetles and seals, get ready to witness the rare breeds of animals out in the wild.
Plan your Safari
First, you will need to find accommodation at one of the hotels in Namibia. You can choose Avani Windhoek Hotel & Casino and get easy access to the Naankuse Wildlife Sanctuary, a safe haven for many injured or orphaned animals. Baboons, Meerkats, Rock Hyraxes, Mongooses, Lions, Leopards, and Cheetahs are some of the animals you will be able to spot.
One of the oldest deserts in the world, the Namib Desert is home to a wide range of wildlife including the Oryx, Bat Eared Fox, Ground Squirrel, Desert Lizards, Sociable Weavers, Eagles, and Vultures. Be prepared to experience harsh weather conditions with dry winds, and scorching sun. Despite these weather conditions, there are a few plants and trees growing in the desert such as Nara, Spiky Love Grass, and Camel Thorn.
Etosha National Park
The leading wildlife park in Namibia is called the Etosha National Park, with a staggering area of 2.27 million hectares. It is home to lions, leopards, black rhinoceros, African bush elephants, and African buffalo, also known as Africa’s Big Five. You can also spot Black-Faced Impalas and Damara Dik Diks.