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Travel to Namibia - End of the World

Photo by Dan Allen

If the world was truly coming to an end, I would travel to Namibia and explore the amazing landscapes of Damaraland. It is one of the most remote destinations in the world with a low population density and is enchantingly beautiful, especially the night skies. I would make sure to stop for lunch at the Ugab Save the Rhino Trust Camp, an organization singly responsible for helping these rare animals survive and thrive, making this the region with the world’s largest concentration of Black rhino outside of national parks. Then maybe climb to the top of the Brandberg Mountain (the second largest monolith in the world), I'm sure I'd find some amazing views from the top. If I could only bring a couple of things with me, I would bring a rifle and a bushman guide to help me find water and food in order to survive the arid conditions and of course my wife and family. I have many friends there so I know we would be safe!

Your friendly Namibia expert,
Nick Bay
Want to learn more about traveling to Namibia? Ask Nick Bay, he is a certified Namibia specialist by the Namibia Toursim Board.
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