Dragonflies | Namibia
Introduction: Acacia Sprites (Pseudagrion acaciae) inhabit most of northern Namibia's perennial rivers. Claw-like tips of their lower appendages, point upwards towards the upper appendages. Their biology and behaviour remains limited.
Colouration: Males have a red to orange face with red eyes. The upper thorax is brick-red and the abdomen is a combination of blue and broad black tips and black markings.
Breeding: Eggs are laid in fresh water.
Flight season: August, November, December, February to April.
Conservation: Not threatened.
20 Days - By using a range of accommodation types and styles this self drive manages to keep costs down while still visiting spectacular areas of the country.
14 Days - This spectacular self-drive itinerary, created especially for honeymooners, is the ultimate experience that Namibia has to offer in terms of luxury and exclusivity.
14 Days - Still staying in top quality accommodation the Tourmaline is a more realistic itinerary for those on a more upper mid-range budget.
14 Days - A good value for money mid range honeymoon self drive, visiting the best Namibia has to offer
9 Days - Etohsa Park & the dunes of the Namib Desert are the two main attractions on this trip