Damaraland, Namibia

An ancient basalt landscape, riven by ephemeral river valleys and harbouring hundreds of rock engravings. Damaraland, which occupies much of this transition zone, is laced with springs and ephemeral rivers that provide streaks of greenery and moisture for wildlife, people and livestock. Its broad spaces are one of Southern Africa’s last ‘unofficial’ wildlife areas, and you can still see zebras, giraffes, antelopes, elephants and even black rhinos ranging outside national parks or protected reserves.

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