Flight Time: 2 hours, 15 minutes
Leaving Kulala, you’ll be treated to the amazing sight of the Namib Desert’s dunes from the air before heading west to Meob Bay and an equally astonishing place – the Skeleton Coast. After flying along the Atlantic’s edge, you’ll travel inland for two nights at either Damaraland Camp in the Torra Conservancy, or Desert Rhino Camp in the Palmwag
The Torra Conservancy’s arid landscape has hills and valleys interspersed with dry riverbeds, and wildlife here includes desertadapted elephants, mountain zebras and southern giraffes, with occasional cheetahs and black rhinos. Birding here is excellent too.
The larger Palmwag Concession is a rocky landscape with flat-topped mountains, scrubby vegetation and isolated clumps of trees. This is home to some incredible desert-adapted wildlife like the desert-adapted black rhino, elephants, lions, hyenas and the odd cheetah; with bird life equally as varied.
Stay: Damaraland or Desert Rhino Camp (3 nights)