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Namibia advice needed!!

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So I am bringing 7 friends to Namibia, a country I fell in love with 6 years aho. I will share my full itinery with you all later to get advice. But. First I need advice: I have a 48hr period from leaving Swakopmund to reaching Okuakajo/Etosha. The question is where to go and stay. WE have 4x4 with roof tents etc. Choices are

1)drive to cape cross early,then drive to see white lady at Brandburg,camp at Uis then drive to Etosha.

2)drive all the way up skeleton coast turning off towards palmwag etc.camp somewhere then on to Etosha. If I remember correctly there is a great camp site at Ongongo falls but is that a bit far away? Would love to get as far as Puros but I think that might really be to far.

Any advice appreciated!!!

Thomas

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