The Dorob National Park in Namibia is little known and is a newly established park, but it protects a delicate and very precious ecosystem: here in fact there are more than one million coastal and water birds nesting, making this place one of the most important in the world for the survival of different species.

The views of this park are spectacular, the solitude of the desert, the sand dunes, the Atlantic Ocean with its impressive waves, the sand and salt compacted, the wrecked wrecks and the morning mist that envelops everything, creating an atmosphere almost surreal.

Here you can spot some animals or admire the desolation of some shipwrecks that have run aground on the Namibian coast over the centuries, due to the inclement weather and the power of the Atlantic Ocean waves.
 

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The horse cemetery in the Dorob National Park