Northern Region

Northern Region  --  Enroute Stop

With contrasting landscapes ranging from the arid mountain desert of the Kaokoveld to lily-carpeted waterways in the east, The Northern Region of Namibia has long been a popular tourist destination.
Waterberg Plateau Park , southeast of Otjiwarongo, is a popular en-route stop. Rising unexpectedly above the Acacia savanna, the plateau withits sheer orange cliffs is inhabited by specias of Rhino, Roan, Sable, Buffalo, Leopard, Eland, Giraffe as well as a diversity of other species. Activities include walks, guided game drives, four -day hiking trail and wilderness trails.

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Etosha National Park
The Etosha National Park is one of Africa´s great game parks. Centered around the vastexpanse of the Etosha Pan, the park is a sanctuary to the largest population of the western sub-species of the Black Rhino, white Rhino , larger herds of Elephant, the striking Black-faced  Impala, Lions and a profusion of other animals and birds.

The Largest Meteorite in the World
Close to Grootfontein, visitors can view the 60 ton Hoba Meteorite, the largest of its kind in the world and unique amongst meteorites because of its cubed shape. Just outside Tsumeb, is the well known Lake Otjikoto which became a watery grave of German armaments during the World War 1.