Land of the Brave
No place in Africa can match Namibia's sheer natural beauty. The country's name derives from it's (and the world's) oldest desert, the Namib, and there are few such stirring desert realms on the planet.
From the sand sea and perfect dead-tree valleys at Sossusvlei to the sentinel-like sand dunes plunging down to the sea on the Skeleton Coast, Namibia is a visual delight. Further inland, a spine of mountain ranges creates glorious scenery – the Naukluft Mountains, the Brandberg, Spitzkoppe, Damaraland, and the jaw-dropping Fish River Canyon, 2nd only to the Grand Canyon in sheer size.
With the Caprivi wetlands and the vast golden plains of the Kalahari, it's difficult to think of a landscape that Namibia doesn't possess.