Contrasts: saltpans to lush riverine terraces

The salt pans at Walvis stretch out in riveting colours – 3500 hectares and the pans are productive producing in excess of 700,000 tons of salt per year.  It’s a great place to hang out with the birds and surprisingly jackal._DSC1201_DSC1132_APR3835 - CopyThe Etendeka Plateau rises to 1500 meters and the view stretches over the Inselbergs.  Wild lion and desert elephant roam in this wide area.

Bordering Angola, the Kunene River supports a lush riverine vegetation –_DSC4516_DSC5832

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