Milkyway up close
As the last rays of the day vanish and the night starts to fall, you will be accompanied by billions of stars or the moon, or both. Between May to November, in dry season, the sky over Kalahari Basin and Namib is so open, so clear that even the Full Moon can hardly block the Milkyway. Moonlight is so powerful that Salt Pans in Central Botswana, Giant Baobabs, Acacia Trees appear as if they are covered by a snow blanket. The moon literally casts shadows.
Kalahari and Namib are among the least populated areas on Earth which gives the advantage of being free of light-pollution in Night and Milkyway Photography.
Well, you don’t have to be a photographer, an astronomer or an astrology enthusiast to join us, but just imagine sleeping under 5 billion stars… Right?..