Namibia: Rock Art Safari

Embark on a captivating 12-day adventure through the heart of Namibia, where the ancient rock art of the Bushmen awaits discovery. This unique journey takes you deep into the unspoilt wilderness of Gamsberg and Mt. Barry, where you'll encounter a breath-taking landscape adorned with stunning granite rock formations and elusive White Rhino. Immerse yourself in the mesmerizing world of Bushmen rock paintings, providing a fascinating glimpse into the rich cultural heritage of this enigmatic region. The expedition continues to the iconic Sossusvlei Lodge, where you'll witness the majestic beauty of Sossusvlei's red sand dunes and the surreal Dead Vlei. Capture the perfect shot of the world-renowned Dune 45, often hailed as the most photographed dune in the world. Discover the charming seaside town of Swakopmund, blending German colonial architecture with the striking desert terrain. Engage in a range of exhilarating activities, from quad biking to desert tours, and savour the cool sea breeze along the coast. Venture further into Damaraland and explore the renowned Twyfelfontein UNESCO World Heritage Site, home to over 2,500 Stone Age rock engravings. Witness the elusive desert-adapted elephants and mountain zebras that roam freely in this rugged landscape. In Etosha National Park, be mesmerized by vast open plains teeming with wildlife, including lions, elephants, giraffes, and more. Cap off this unforgettable journey at Mushara Bush Camp, a serene retreat just outside Etosha East. This expedition is a true celebration of Namibia's cultural and natural wonders, providing an enriching experience for adventurers and photography enthusiasts alike. Unearth the ancient mysteries of rock art and create lasting memories amidst Namibia's breath-taking wilderness. Join us for an unforgettable journey of discovery and exploration.

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