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one of Namibia's least accessible regions holds some of Africa's most famous examples of rock art in the landmarks of Damaraland.
"Skeleton Coast", an evocative name for Namibia's bleak and savagely inhospitable northern seaboard.
One of the world's pre-eminent wildlife areas, present day Etosha National Park covers approximately 23175 square kilometres of land.
One of the world's largest national parks, Namib-Naukluft Park encompasses encompasses 4 main conservation areas.
the north-eastern panhandle between Botswana, Angola and Zambia.
The Namib Desert stretches almost 2,000km from the Orange River on the southern border with South Africa.
Namibia boasts 20 National Parks and protected areas, with a population under 2 million.