Did you know that the Kalahari is a semi-desert? Due to its higher annual rainfall than a real desert, it makes it a better environment to observe biodiversity and wildlife. As the second-largest desert in Africa, it extends to three different countries (Botswana, South Africa, and Namibia) and is home to the San people, one of the oldest cultures on Earth
Its stunning red dunes make it a perfect spot for watching a sunset that could be considered out-of-this-world. Often overlooked by tourists for its neighbor, the Namib desert, people who venture into the Kalahari are never disappointed.