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Namib Bushman &cheetah trip

I am planning a special interest trip through Namibia. It is a normal circle route from Windhoek to Sossusvlei and from there towards Swakopmund and the Skeleton Coast Park. We will also include Hentiesbay and Cape Cross.
From there; Palmwag, Twyfelfontein and Etosha.
When we leave Etosha we will go towards Tsumkwe south of Kaudum. At Tsumkwe we will spend almost a week with the Bushman people.
On our way back to Windhoek we will also go by the Cheetah Conservation Projects.
Links for Bushmanland.
http://www.innamibia.com/travel/places/bushmanland.htm
Cheetahs
http://www.cheetah.org/?html=namibia

Trip departs from Windhoek on March 21st. It is a self drive trip with 4x4 vehicles.

To keep the costs down we need some more participants. The aim is also to support the Bushman village.

Great trip for families also.

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