Nairobi, Amboseli, Lewa, Masai Mara
Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, blends modernity with African charm, boasting cultural sites like the Independence Memorial Museum. Hartman Valley offers breathtaking scenery with its dramatic red sand dunes and rugged mountain ranges, attracting adventurous hikers and nature enthusiasts. The mysterious Skeleton Coast stretches along the Atlantic Ocean, showcasing eerie shipwrecks and a thriving seal colony. Palmwag, a remote wilderness area, is a paradise for wildlife lovers, home to desert-adapted elephants, rhinos, and lions. The Namib Nature Reserve, a UNESCO
World Heritage site, boasts the iconic Sossusvlei dunes, towering up to 300 meters, creating a mesmerizing landscape and perfect photo opportunities.