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/Ai /Ais-Richtersveld Transfrontier Park

Tourist Attractions

© Koos van der Lende
© Koos van der Lende
The /Ai/Ais-Richtersveld Transfrontier Park straddling southern Namibia and South Africa is one of the most species-rich, arid zones in the world.

The transfrontier park spans some of the most spectacular desert scenery in Africa, with strikingly coloured mountain ranges rising abruptly from sandy valleys.

A 100 km arc takes in the Richtersveld National Park, Orange River valley and Fish River Canyon – the world’s second largest canyon at 161 km long and up to 550 metres deep.

The 350 million year old lower Orange River gorge abounds with history and grandeur, while the Orange River mouth has been categorised as a Ramsar Site (a wetland of international importance).

Travel & Accommodation Information

For travel and accommodation information, kindly visit the following websites:

Namibia Wildlife Resorts

South African National Parks