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Namibia itinerery question

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We are planning 3 weeks to see South Africa, Botswana, and Victoria Falls.

We are also interested in Namibia, but won't be able to spend much time there. We don't want to spend more that 3 nights, preferably 2.

I was wondering if the following is possible:

Flying in to Windhoek, Walvis Bay, or somewhere else. Then going to Sossusvlei to see the sand dunes.

Can this be done with driving? Flying necessary?
Stay a night at the dunes or return to our origin?
How much time would it take to drive?

Please excuse my ignorance, but I am not able to find the answers elsewhere, and I don't know if this is a practical or reasonable trip.

I have seen some tours by go2africa and others, but I hope to get more info here. Thanks. ((*))

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