Namibia continues to shine in the international media is a star of the African safari seen. Check out these recent articles . . . and the latest offerings from African Profile Safaris.
Manchester Evening News (UK): Travel Review Namibia “You know that bit at the beginning of the Lion King, when all the animals gather around to the soundtrack of Elton John’s Circle of Life? Well it turns out that actually happens. Okay, so they don’t bow down on one knee and there isn’t any singing and dancing as such, but as far as the visuals go, it’s pretty accurate. I had the joy of witnessing such a menagerie on a trip to Namibia, where a well-timed trip to a waterhole revealed giraffes, zebras, ostriches, wildebeest, warthogs, springbok and dozens more species.”
CNN International: Hello sunshine! Top adventure trips of 2016 “Namibia is now a showpiece for environmental stewardship and sustainable tourism in Africa. A full 40% of the country’s land is under government protection and local bushmen tribes have been hired to serve as guides and help protect the wildlife. Namibia is the African nation with the most success at consistently increasing its wildlife population, including desert rhinos, elephants, gazelles, lions and the largest free-roaming cheetah population in the world.”