A self-drive trip through Namibia, undoubtedly one of Africa’s most iconic destinations, is like opening a box of candy. So much to do and, often, so little time. Knowing where to go and what to see makes all the difference. Tracks4Africa’s LIZETTE SWART shares five of her favourite activities.
Botswana’s wilderness deserves a spot on any African bucket list. Tracks4Africa traveller Lizette Swart goes in search of activities that will give you a richer understanding of the country’s natural and cultural history.
Namibia’s 1,560-kilometre coastline is all part of the enormous Namib-Skeleton Coast National Park, covering 173,000 square kilometres. Coastal Namibia is wild, peppered with shipwrecks, a landscape of towering dunes and crashing seas. Here are some of the most accessible coastal attractions. By Roxanne Reid