Etosha National Park

Etosha National Park is the country's flagship Park and national heritage encompasses the iconic Etosha Pan, a shallow salt depression which used to be a large lake. The Park is home to various species of large and small mammals and plants specially adapted to the harsh seasonal variations in climate. Four of the Big five (Lion, Rhino, Elephant and Giraffe) can be found here.

Ai/-Ais/ Richterveldt Transfrontier Park

The area boasts the second largest canyon in the world, the Fish River Canyon.


Namib Naukluft National Park

A protected area with large contrasts in vegetation and geology. Key features around the Namib Sand Sea National Heritage site, heart of the Namib Desert are,Highest sand dunes in the world, Sesriem Canyon, Dead Vlei, Sossus Pan/Sossusvlei and the Naukluft hiking trail one of the toughest in the world.

Skeleton Coast National Park

The Skeleton Coast is a desolate and vast area which shows the remnants of battles between man and nature over the centuries, as witnessed by a number of shipwrecks on the coast. Desert Elephant and antelope species wander the riverine landscapes of this vast area. The remoteness of the area and rich Atlantic coastline also lends itself suitable to fishing and angling. Make a booking with NWR for the best fishing experience in Namibia.