Explore an insatiable ‘thirstland’! The imposing Kalahari desert stretches from the Orange River in the south to Angola in the north, and from eastern Namibia through Botswana until after the mountain ranges in Zimbabwe! The intense orange-red sand formations of this vast expanse and the soft rock formations at the Orange River, are a result of sixty million years of erosion! Dominated by grasses, thorny bushes and acacia trees, the desert receives a fair amount of rainfall, which is filtered rapidly, leaving the region dry and arid as ever! The Kalahari has the longest continuation of sand dunes in the world!