Namibia is famous for its red desert which is dry and barren, but is a popular destination for those who know how to appreciate the stark landscape and a soulful connection with nature.
Despite the harsh conditions there are over 4,000 species of plants in Namibia, of which 683 are endemic to the country.
In Namibia there are about 200 species of land mammals, 40 marine mammals, 115 species of fish, 50 species of frogs, 250 species of reptiles, more than 5,000 species of arachnids, and over 6,000 recorded species of insects. Namibia is home to about 640 species of birds, of which 14 are endemic to the country.
At Byseewah itself the terrain is diverse, comprising mostly of Mopane forests, Acacia woodlands, plains, mountains and valleys. There is also a large pan area. There are no internal fences or cattle, only wild game species.
Here are some photographs taken in and around Byseewah.