Sunset reveals of wealth of activity, as birds and other wildlife emerge from their daytime retreats.
The stunning Little Kulala Resort is perfectly situated near Namibia's famed sand dunes.
Desert-adapted Burchell's zebras will be omnipresent throughout the tour.
The Ongava Reserve provides safe haven for prides of lions.
Though they are neighbors, Botswana and Namibia are terrestrially worlds apart. In Botswana, the waterways of the Okavango Delta are teeming with wildlife, including lions, zebras and giraffes. Namibia, on the other hand, is home to the Earth’s largest sand dunes and uniquely desert-adapted animals—springbok, elephants and southern ostriches among them.
WWF's efforts in Botswana include working to halt the illegal wildlife trade. In Namibia we assist local communities in managing their own natural resources.
Search for wildlife during drives, walking safaris and canoe rides, and gain a unique perspective during light aircraft flights.
Enter Zambia to see Victoria Falls, one of the most breathtaking waterfalls on the planet.