It is easy to understand why Namibia is one of the cradles of Humanity. The life is peaceful here and the environment, although quite dry, invites the traveller to go through the origins of time. Traces of our ancestors are visible here, in the caves of Twyfelfontein, and through the San culture, descendants of the first men which remained rich and intact. A meeting with the Himba people, in a decor of colour ochre and grass, also represents a unique experience. Abounding in natural treasures, the country offers a a wide range of landscapes conquering even the more sceptic visitor. From the ocean of sand dunes from the Namib desert to the Fish River Canyon and a flora among the most diverse of Africa, will surely fascinate the nature lovers and explorers during the safaris and amazing excursions. From the Colony of sea lions in the Cape Cross Seal Reserve to the herds of wildebeests crossing the National Etosha Park among the lions and the birds, Namibia is indeed a key destination to observe the wild life. Namibia is also a place of isolation where travellers appreciate to rest and find themselves contemplating landscapes with no human presence as far as the eye can see.