Namibia's Kalahari Desert borders Botswana and South Africa in the south. Technically the Kalahari is not a desert at all, rather the largest continuous stretch of sand.
The allure of this vast expanse of open space is the liberating silence and solitude to be found.
Meet tribes of San Bushmen and learn about their origins, traditions and knowledge of living in the bushveld. A highlight is hearing their unique use of ‘click' language.
Modest rainfall ensures a landscape that is well vegetated with a diversity of trees, shrubs, camelthorn, red ebony and acacias. In spring the plains are covered in blankets of flowers and grass, in summer rains provide further greenery.