Skeleton Coast National Park, Namibia, arguably the least visited national park in the world, is part of the Iona – Skeleton Coast Transfrontier Conservation Area. Despite its barren image, the Skeleton Coast is rich in wildlife. Elephants, Giraffes, and Lions roam the interior, while the coast itself boast an impressive colony of Cape Fur seal. (I have been there and love it!!!)
Inspiration: An Affordable DIY Safari in Namibia. Contrary to common African Safari that offers luxury lodges, expert guides, and the whole Lion King menagerie set up for photos, Etosha National Park in Namibia offers "lion sightings, elephant photo-ops and comfortable accommodations, without the oversized price tag", which is uniquely set up for independent travelers.