Skeleton Coast

Seals at the skeleton coast
Namibia is a fascinating adventure destination with its awesome wildlife and alluring national parks. The Skeleton Coast of Namibia is also known as Namib Desert coast. The coast is comprised of flat land with gravel plains and sand dunes. The Skeleton Coast attracts many producers of documentaries because of the alluring sand dunes and desert coastal plains. However, this region is less hospitable than other regions of Namibia. Travelers generally drive through the southern part of Skeleton Coast National Park, but visitors do not go across the Ugab River Gate.

The Palmwag, north of the Huab River consists of granite highlands and exotic wildlife. It houses the prominent desert elephant. This area is remarkably well known for the captivating allure of the black rhino. Also, it’s home to other striking animals, such as the zebra, kudu, lion, and the cheetah.

shipwreck at the skeleton coast
Serra Cafema contains beautiful mountains in the desert embracing the Kunene River. The area is home to the Himba community. Notably, the Kunene River, which is surrounded by sand dunes and jagged mountains is the o­nly key source of water for the Himba community. The Kunene River passes through Epupa, and the river forms exquisite waterfalls with its glistening blue color. The cascading waterfalls of the Epupa Falls are awe-inspiring. The waterfalls are surrounded by the mountainside with distinguishable aerial views. Kamanjab is a small farming area, which attracts many tourists. The landscape contains fascinating rough terrain. o­n the other hand, Sesfontein displays the African region prior to farming. It includes eccentric colonies with exotic wild animals and extraordinary tribes.