Namibia is a country of extremes. The world’s second largest canyon, highest sand dunes, oldest dessert, largest existing meteorite, and smallest antelope all can be found within its borders. Our safaris frequently include trips to the Skeleton Coast, a beautiful yet treacherous coast named for the hulls of sunk ships that rust upon the shores, and game drives through the Etosha National Park. We lead excursions through villages of the Himba people, a welcoming tribe that still lives in a traditional manner along the Waterberg Plateau, and hike the enormous sand dunes of the Sossusvlei. So many great adventures await here within this beautiful and mysterious land.