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26-May-2019 18:05

To create a suitably diverse two-week itinerary, I have concentrated on the best sights accessible on a road trip north from Windhoek.

Vision, collaboration, attention to detail and above all else, execution are what make a Thomboy Property.

Aside from game-rich Etosha, you will almost certainly encounter desert-adapted elephant and rhino in Damaraland, and even the Namib is home to an array of highly evolved creatures: from the tenebrionid beetle, that stands on its head at dawn to capture the morning fog, to the rapier-horned oryx, able to prevent moisture-loss by maintaining a body temperature of 45C, cooling the blood before it reaches the brain by flushing it through a delicate web of nose capillaries.

amibia is twice the size of Germany, the colonial power that annexed it for only 31 years (1884-1915) yet left an indelible imprint on its architecture, cuisine and language.

If conditions are safe, you can even circle the crater along Crater Rim Drive.

felt my atheism wither and wilt in the heat of the Namib-Naukluft as we chugged through it in a battered old VW Beetle in 1990.

Vision, collaboration, attention to detail and above all else, execution are what make a Thomboy Property.

Aside from game-rich Etosha, you will almost certainly encounter desert-adapted elephant and rhino in Damaraland, and even the Namib is home to an array of highly evolved creatures: from the tenebrionid beetle, that stands on its head at dawn to capture the morning fog, to the rapier-horned oryx, able to prevent moisture-loss by maintaining a body temperature of 45C, cooling the blood before it reaches the brain by flushing it through a delicate web of nose capillaries.

amibia is twice the size of Germany, the colonial power that annexed it for only 31 years (1884-1915) yet left an indelible imprint on its architecture, cuisine and language.

If conditions are safe, you can even circle the crater along Crater Rim Drive.

felt my atheism wither and wilt in the heat of the Namib-Naukluft as we chugged through it in a battered old VW Beetle in 1990.

The Xiaohe tomb complex was first discovered by Swedish archaeologist Folke Bergman in 1934.