Landscapes have been transformed
by the wettest rainy season in decades
The flooding of rivers and overflowing dams in the southern parts of Namibia is said to be the most severe since the 1990’s. 2021 saw the rainfall levels almost triple the norm in the northeastern, central, and southern parts of Namibia, transforming the arid landscape into a sea of green.
SOSSUSVLEI RECEIVED WATER FROM THE TSAUCHAB RIVER
Sossusvlei is one of Namibia’s most spectacular and best known attractions. On very rare occasions, when enough rain falls in the Naukluft Mountains, the Tsauchab River reaches its termination point Sossusvlei. This large white salt and clay pan is characterized by the impressive red sand dunes that surround it.
SANDHOF LILIES ARE BACK!
The first time in three years.
AN AERIAL SAFARI OVER NAMIBIA AND BOTSWANA
Namibia and Botswana are all time favourites at African Aerial Safaris!
The captivating beauty and vastness of places like the Skeleton Coast, Namib Desert, Kaokoveld, Okavango Delta and Etosha Pans never cease to enthrall us and our guests when we visit these iconic places.
JOIN US ON BOARD AGAIN
We’ve missed spending nights next to the campfire under the African sky, the distant call of a lion, the smell of rain on the African plains and that sense of freedom and excitement that comes with an African safari!