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“On one of my journeys to Sossusvlei, we spotted 3 bat-eared foxes blending so well with the coloration of the terrain. They stopped and shortly afterwards ran-away to the hills. It was quite incredible and rare encounter!” - Philip and Martha

No words to adequately describe it!

Views: 436 Visited: Jul 2014 Reviewed: Jul 15, 2014

The Namib Desert with its massive dune fields was recently inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage site as the 'Sea of Sand'. Stunning beauty of this desert region of Namibia is overwhelming! At Sossusvlei: huge sandy dunes stand tall over clay floor of Dead Vlei and hidden valleys. Blue, white and orange colors blend creating tri-color desert scenery unequal to anything I've seen on my journeys. Ancient, dried-up acacias stand etched in the moisture-less floor evoking quiet an impression on each visitor! Equally to Etosha National Park, Sossusvlei and dead Vlei are not to be missed while visiting Etosha!

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