Namibia has never been tamed by human hands, but its semi-nomadic tribes have harmoniously survived in these desert lands for thousands of years. The San bushmen are believed to have lived here for nearly 50,000 years, hunting various antelope species and gathering fruits, nuts and roots deep in the desert. Namibia has very few roads and almost nothing to disrupt the migratory routes of its giant nomads. Elephants and rhinos leave great footprints as they wander through sand and scorched salt pans. Tracking them on a walking safari is a thrilling experience – one that instils a stunning harmony with nature and an unforgettable immersion in wilderness. The world’s highest sand dunes burn red across the southern part of the Namib Desert. They stretch for hundreds of miles across the Namib-Naukluft, Africa’s largest national park, sparkling and twinkling as the wind brings infinitesimal changes to this 43 million-year-old landscape.
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