The Fish River, which taps into an epic, rocky wonderland in southern Namibia, has created Africa's largest canyon and the second-largest canyon in the world.
Hot, dry, and rocky, the Fish River Canyon measures a whopping 160 kilometers in length, 27 kilometers wide and 550 meters deep. The stunning natural beauty of this geological wonder attracts visitors from all over the world. For the more adventurous, the 85-kilometer Fish River Trail will inspire avid adventure lovers through 1.5 billion years of geological history, and for those who want to relax, head to the southern end of the canyon, to the famous hot springs of Ai-Ais, where you enjoy a mineral bath. Enjoy the spectacular views of Hobas Restcamp and many other viewpoints along the canyon. Other popular activities include horse riding, nature drives and seasonal walks.