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Namibia Pics

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Haven't seen a bunch of Namibia pics on here but we went a few years back and loved it. The most dramatic landscapes in Africa...and enough large mammals/wildlife to keep us animal lovers thrilled...in fact, the possibility of seeing a lion on the coast was such a rush...our experience (to end the suspense, we didn't see them) however they were hidden in dense brush and had killed an oryx...in the river bed of the Hourasib River...animals with an amazing backdrop....perhaps not an Africaphiles first trip but it should definitely be high on the list...our itinerary was all Wilderness Safari camps:

Flew into Cape Town to JoBurg

Sossusvlei Wilderness Lodge 2 nights

Skeleton Coast Camp 3 nights

Palmwag Rhino Camp 2 nights

Serra Cafema (on the Kunene River far north) 2 nights

Etosha Pan (Ongava Tented Camp) 2 nights

give or take an extra night here or there...the pictures:

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=758892&l=588baacc69&id=610038487

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