Namibia's Skeleton Coast is a restricted, highly sensitive ecological area. Tours usually consist of a mix of nature drives, guided nature walks and light aircraft flights. This 40 km wide and 500 km long coastal stretch in Namibia might look hostile but it's teeming with all manner of wildlife.
The Skeleton Coast is an ancient and desolate area that hides a surprising wealth of wildlife, huge seal colonies along the coast and some interesting shipwrecks - some of which have been moved hundreds of kilometres inland by the shifting desert sands.
The wild animals that roam the area - from desert-adapted elephants, rhinos and desert lions to jackals, brown hyenas, oryx and zebras - have adapted to the hostile environment and the plants in the area have learned to depend solely on the fog rolling off the Atlantic Ocean to survive.
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Take in many of the top attractions in this vast and fascinating country – the burnt-red dunes of Sossusvlei, the desolate Skeleton Coast, the quaint quasi-Bavarian seaside town of Swakopmund and the startling geographical features of Damaraland. Search for the desert-adapted elephants and lions and explore two different sections of Etosha National Park – all in the company of your own highly-experienced personal guide.