No place on the planet—we’re going out on a very sturdy limb—displays such a beautifully, bracingly dramatic meeting of sea and land as Namibia’s fabled Skeleton Coast. The Atlantic is in full-bore majesty here, tirelessly crashing on the undulating sands of the Namib Desert. “The beauty is unrelenting, and almost too much; you experience a kind of aesthetic overload,” Clive Crook recently wrote in The Atlantic.
This short jaunt is easily arranged as an extension for any of our Southern African Safaris, or, for that matter, any of our African journeys.
Land arrangements, per person (2019)