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Ugab Save the Rhino Trust Camp

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The Ugab Save the Rhino Trust Camp, the base camp for ‘Save the Rhino Trust’, is located along the southern banks of the roaring Ugab River, within seeing distance of the impressive Brandberg Mountain – the highest mountain of Namibia. The camp runs a small education centre for visiting travellers, a curio and t-shirt store, […]

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Etosha Safari on a budget

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Namibia’s flagship national park is, without a doubt, one of Africa’s greatest wildlife destinations. Unlike other parks, where you have to go looking for animals, Etosha National Park’s animals come right to you – as long as you’re near a waterhole. All you have to do is park your car next to a water source […]

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When is the Best Time to go on Safari?

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Here’s our guide on how to pick the best time of year to go on African safari in South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Tanzania and Kenya. Kruger National Park, South Africa The best time of year to visit Kruger National Park (as well as most wildlife parks in South Africa, including Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park and Hluhluwe-Imfolozi) […]

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Etosha National Park, Namibia

5 reasons to go on safari in Namibia

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Namibia is often overlooked as a safari destination in favour of the more famous South Africa, Kenya and Tanzania. Namibia, a huge, sparsely populated country to the north west of South Africa, may not have the stereotypical safari settings of rolling savanna that you’ve seen on the National Geographic Channel, but it does have its […]

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Dr Bruce Paxton – Travels through Botswana/Okavango

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Dr Bruce Paxton  (Zoologist and lover of open fires under the African skies) and his girlfriend drove themselves through Botswana, heading for the Okavango. This is a very candid reflection of Dr Paxton’s experience of Africa, perhaps a few things we don’t want to hear, but needs to be said. But overall a descriptive, insightful […]

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What Electrical Plugs are used in Southern and East Africa?

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When you’re travelling through Africa, technology should be the least of your worries. However, you do need things like your cellphones and cameras to keep in touch and to capture special moments during your unforgettable trip. To be prepared for charging your devices, you should be aware of what types of plugs the different electric […]

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Namibian Potjiekos Recipe

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A potjie is fantastic for any safari you go on, it is a very social occasion with everyone helping out with the preparation of the meat and vegetables and then sitting around the fire as it bubbles away. This is a great recipe for when you are in Namibia, or just chilling out on the […]

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Himba Tribe of Namibia

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The Himba Tribe of Namibia are an indigenous folk residing in northern Namibia, in the Kunene area and on the other side of Angola’s Kunene River. Reaching numbers of up to 50,000, the Himba are semi-nomadic, pastoral people closely related to the Herero. They speak Otjihimba, which is rather similar to the Herero Language, and hold […]

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Okavango Delta

Experience the Caprivi Strip

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The Caprivi Strip is the northern Namibian gateway to the Okavango Delta, also known as the Panhandle – resembling a pan’s handle. It is formerly known as the Itenge – a narrow protrusion of Namibia touching Angola, Botswana and Zambia bordering each country by the Kwando, Okavango, Chobe and Zambezi River. The Caprivi is named […]

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Twyfelfontein Rock Engravings, Namibia

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What makes these Twyfelfontein Rock Engravings so special is that they are about 10 000 years old. They were engraved by Bushmen (hunter-gatherers) over a period of 1000 years. The drawings were made by cutting through the outer layer of red-crusted rock, that in turn exposed a lighter yellow shade underneath. These were then covered […]

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