Each day of The Namib100 has a unique charm and a much wider variety of landscapes than you could imagine. You’ll see thousands of birds and seals, jackals and maybe even gemsbok and brown hyenas. You’ll hike off the grid, away from civilization, deep into the dunes, and you’ll camp wild under a blanket of stars.

The daily distances are long, but the hiking isn’t technical. You’ll feel like the last people on earth…

The Namib Desert is one of the oldest deserts on earth and seems totally devoid

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