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.The 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 –
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More great photos Liz . . . such contrasting landscapes & endless vistas
I am with you.
If the land gets a bit of water, how lush it becomes! Loving these posts, Liz!
Lovely post! This is breathtakingly beautiful.
Thanks Dina. This country is just so alluring 🙂
This is beautful
It’s an extraordinary country 🙂
Fascinating contrasts of enviroment
Yes, true – I’m intrigued by the diversity here – weird and wonderful landscapes.