- This attraction is part of Africa’s largest conservation area.
- The name of this area translates literally as “dead-end marsh.”
- A nearby river fills the large salt-and-clay pan during exceptional rainy seasons.
- Surrounding dunes can be up to 400 meters tall, making them some of the highest in the world.
ANSWER: The salt desert of Sossusvlei, in Namibia’s Namib-Naukluft National Park
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