An ecoregion of shifting sand dunes, plains, and mountains, the Namibia desert is estimated to be about 55 million years old. Several riverbeds crisscrossed the otherwise barren land. Animals and plants flourish around the riverbeds. Damaraland with its springs and fleeting rivers provide bands of vegetation and wetness that sustains life in the region. In Damaraland, you can observe an array of wildlife species outside a nature park or protected area, including zebras, giraffes, antelopes, and elephants. The Petrified Forest (not a real forest) amassed a colossal of fossilized tree trunks, which are estimated to be about 280 million years old. These specific types of trees no longer grow in the region.
Namibia Tour explores parts of the desert region that are protected. This is areas that are dedicated to the preservation and conservation of wildlife, the land, and the local peoples’ traditions.
“One unique way of protecting Namibia’s biodiversity has been through the WWF-supported conservancy movement, which gives local communities responsibility and right of ownership over their natural resources and wildlife. Any profit generated by the conservancy’s activities – guide services, eco-tourist facilities or controlled hunting – is invested back into the community.” – World Wide Fund (WWF).
For traversing through Botswana, Namibia Tour includes sightseeing a region that is dedicated to preserving its natural resources. Wildlife conservation is paramount here and you will visit animal preserves (such as Chobe National Park). Botswana is not overflowing with tourists, and this along with its commitment to retaining its innate features makes it a sustainable eco-travel destination.
“Mosi-oa-Tunya,” the smoke that thunders, or more commonly known as Victoria Falls is a World Heritage Site and one of the seven natural Wonders of the World. Victoria Falls supersedes Niagara Falls in both width and depth.
Cruising Victoria Falls is an enriching experience in terms of seeing the spectacular waterfalls, precipices, flora and fauna. Namibia Tour is charted specially to include the most exhilarating nature adventure in Namibia, Botswana, and Victoria Falls.
Watch this video about the Zambezi River (Great River).
The city is bounded by a natural landscape comprising mountains, including the Auas Mountains southwards and the Eros Mountains eastwards. Windhoek includes the area above a large plateau and reaches an altitude of 5,600 feet.
Not a real desert since the area receives too much annual rainfall, Kalahari have trees, fossil watercourses and river channels. Mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians live in the region.
It is said that the sand dunes at Sossusvlei is the tallest in the world. "Big Daddy", a dune in Namib-Naukluft soars 380 meters. Sossusvlei's dunes are must-see natural wonders.
The region is noted for its prehistoric water channels, steppes, granite koppies (Inselberg), gulches, sandplains and dune systems. Here, live wildlife that have adapted to the hash sun-heat, desert condition and includes elephant, black rhino, giraffe, ostrich, and springbok.
In terms of the amount of water being deposited, the falls is said to be the world's largest.
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