Posts Tagged ‘Namibia’

In the Kalahari Desert of Namibia, tribesmen practice one of the most ancient methods of hunting practiced by the human species. David Attenborough narrates how the tribesmen track, scent, and then chase a Kudu – for eight hours, until the animal literally collapses from sheer exhaustion.

Read Full Post »

From the London Times, we get a rapturous travel report on the breathtaking Namibian desert:

Before long I’m transfixed by the ever-changing shades of the golden, grassy savannahs, dwarf plants eking out an existence along the misty coastline and the multitude of uses these plants offer local tribes.

But we can do better than words. Here’s what it looks like:

Namib Desert

And this is just one moment of one day in our month-long voyage along the Atlantic coastline of Africa from the Cape of Good Hope to the Rock of Gibraltar.

Read Full Post »