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Advice on trip to Namibia, please

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My husband and I have been to Namibia once before and LOVED that place, and are starting to plan the second trip for next year. The places that we have been to are:

Etosha: Little Ongava
Sossusvlei: Little Kulala

In our next trip, we'd like to visit:

Moon landscape
Welwitschia Plains
Twyfelfontein
Spitzkoppe
Erongo mountains
and hopefully, Himba village.

Your advice on how to develop itineraries to cover all places as well as on accomodations is greatly appreciated. In our previous trip, we used Wilderness Safaris service and it was excellent, so we would like to stay at Wilderness Safaris lodges as much as possible.

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