Don't similar to to fly? Possibly the wonders of Namibia will certainly persuade you. So much of the best of this magnificent, vast land of contrasts is only obtainable by air. Wedged between the Kalahari and the southern Atlantic, Namibia is a possibility to explore the spirit of this wide-open continent and uncover the wilder side of Africa, where just the sporadic roar of a lion or cackle of hyena stresses the silence of the evening. Deep in the desert of the Namib-Naukluft Park the awesomely huge rusted waves of sand simply beg to be climbed up, and the view from the top is well worth every unsafe step of the 300-metre trek. The sunlight climbs and literally streams over the sharp tops tossing transient forms and darkness into a kaleidoscopic of altering colours and textures. Below a fly-in safari offers the original bird’s eye sight from an uncommon safari car gliding just over the land looking for wildlife. Currently all that continues to be is a messy, salted dried-up lake, which gleams vaguely greenish-white like a land-locked sea.