“Where else can you see such vast distances with no movement?” asks Dave van Smeerdijk, co-founder of Natural Selection, a collection of owner-operated safari camps and lodges. We’re sitting at Hoanib Valley Camp in northern Namibia’s Kaokoveld Desert under the blinking stars that form the Southern Cross. The only other sound above the crackle of the campfire is the croaking of geckos reverberating off the rocks. “As humans, we crave open spaces, we need to be able to look out,” he says.
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