Offering an unexpected, otherworldly experience both in its landscape and the rewards it brings to travellers, the Arid Eden Route stretches from Swakopmund in the south to the Angolan border in the north. The route includes the previously restricted western area of Etosha National Park, one of Namibia’s most important tourist destinations with almost all visitors to the country including the park in their travel plans.
The Arid Eden Route also includes well-known tourist attractions such as Spitzkoppe, Brandberg, Twyfelfontein and Epupa Falls. Travellers can experience the majesty of free-roaming animals, extreme landscapes, rich cultural heritage and breathtaking geological formations. As one of the last remaining wildernesses, the Arid Eden Route is remote yet accessible.