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Southern Africa's Most Incredible Landscapes

Regardless of where you travel in Southern Africa, you're never too far from a scenic vista or an interesting natural landmark. The world's oldest desert, in Namibia, is juxtaposed with the swampy wetlands of the Okavango Delta in Botswana. South Africa home of the unique fynbos botanical kingdom. In northwestern corner of Zimbabwe, majestic Victoria Falls spills millions of gallons of water per minute over the edge of an impressive river gorge. Southern Africa will leave you in awe.
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Cape Point, Cape Peninsula, Cape Town, South Africa
While Cape Point is not, in fact, the southernmost tip of Africa—as is often claimed—it is generally accepted that the Indian and Atlantic oceans meet somewhere between here and the real tip, Cape Agulhas. Still, Cape Point is about as dramatic as...
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Masvingo, Zimbabwe
"Zimbabwe" means "the house of stone" and is named after the 11th century kingdom and trading city we now call Great Zimbabwe. This National Monument is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the southeast corner of the country is one place not...
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Namibia
Don’t let the eerie name fool you. Namibia’s Hoanib Skeleton Coast, a 310-mile stretch of sand scattered with animal bones and shipwrecks, is home to plenty of life: the Himba bushmen, fur seals, and desert-adapted flora whose sole water source is...
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Namibia
What humans interpret as a moment of familial tenderness - in Etosha National Park, Namibia