On a School Expedition to Namibia, your students will visit the skeleton coast where shipwrecks lie visible at the bottom of the sea. Spooky.
Or get close and personal to one of the world’s only remaining rare desert Rhinos. After a period of heavy poaching in the 1980’s, Namibia is now a success story for conservation and seeing this stunning creature up close is truly breath-taking!
Or if your school really want to be amazed by size, then the Fish River Canyon is the world’s second largest lake at 550m deep, 27km wide and 160k long, only the Grand Canyon in the USA is bigger.
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Fish River Canyon
Visiting Etosha National Park
Grade - moderate
Altitude - 0 - 1,700m
Visa - No visa required but a need to check at the immigrations desk. Minimum 6 months on passport on arrival with 2 blank pages on passport.
Capital - Windhoek
Official Language - English
Population - 2.3 million
Climate - Low humidity, sunny the majority of the year with rainy seasons in the summer.
Religion - Christianity
Currency - Namibian Dollar