Social Weaver Birds – Weaving their Magic Across Namibia

While Namibia is not as wildlife rich as neighbouring South Africa and Botswana, it homes more than a few magnificent bird and animal species to keep the most intrepid traveller entertained. There’s the desert-adapted elephants and lions, black and white rhino, and an abundance of giraffe, all of which have adapted to the arid terrain…

The Desert Adapted Elephants of Damaraland: Namibia’s Gentle Giants

All elephants are special, but if you have been lucky enough to witness the desert adapted elephants of Damaraland, you will understand just how special Namibia’s gentle giant really are. A species that has adapted over the years to the harsh conditions of the semi-desert environment in which they live, Namibia’s desert adapted elephants are…

Snapshots of Swakopmund and Walvis Bay on Namibia’s West Coast

After spending several nights in the rather hot and sweaty sand dunes of Sossusvlei, and driving through the Namib Desert, we were more than delighted to arrive in the pretty town of Swakopmund with its palm-lined streets, seaside promenades, and beautiful seafront restaurants! One of Namibia’s most popular holiday destinations, Swakopmund attracts thousands of local…