Namib has been a desert for 60 to 80 million years, making it the oldest desert on earth. The magnificent red sand dunes run seemingly forever and stretch to the sky. They may not be quite that tall, but a sand dune that is 20 miles long and the height of three football fields is big!
The dunes are worthy of a trek to Namibia unto themselves. Still, a photographer craves even more, and Namibia provides way more than Dunes. During this workshop, you will photograph remarkable trees, unique wildlife, indigenous Himba people, shipwrecks, and the night sky.
The landscape photographer’s bucket list must include the red sand dunes, petrified forests of Namibia.
The worlds’ tallest sand dunes are in Namibia, and the vivid red colors give the impression that you have left earth! The dunes are simply incredible. The dunes are not the whole story by a long shot. There are rusty shipwrecks, eerie petrified trees, unique wildlife, fascinating people, and one of the planet’s weirdest trees, the Quiver Tree.
This trip was designed to be in the most photogenic locations at the prime time of the year. Like all of our trips, your professional photographer guides will help you find the best spots. We will help you with the settings needed to create a stunning image worthy of this magical country.
We want to send you home with crazy good photography, but with improved photography skills as well.