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Namibia – A Wonderful Destination

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Namibia

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Not so long ago Namibia seemed to be on the TV all the time and it was a destination that many were considering (and some went). But it seems to have slipped in to the background now.

Personally, Namibia is one of my favourite destinations in the world and have managed to go there 13 times in the last few years, I cannot wait to get back there again soon. And this from someone who was born and grew up in Kenya (still one of my favourite destinations).

So what makes this country so special? For me it is the huge contrasts in so many areas of life, wildlife and scenery. It starts with the fact that there are 4 deserts to visit and each one is distinct from the others. Visiting all four is a holiday in its own right and all the geographic sights in between each make you wish you had paid more attention in the Geography class at school. If deserts are not your thing, then the lush river country in the north of Namibia should tempt you.

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The wildlife is stunning, varied and often set against amazing backdrops. Seeing first the head, then the neck and then the body of a giraffe emerging through the heat haze of the Etosha Pan is interesting to say the least. Looking for elusive desert adapted elephants and rhino in Damaraland is truly exciting. Getting up close and personal with a seal in Walvis Bay or following otters along the river in the Caprivi Strip is another experience to be talked about when you get home.

But it is the people that truly make Namibia a holiday that should be on your list. The chance to meet Himba and San people in their own backyard and without the feeling of over stepping the line is always interesting. But you are going to be welcomed by almost everyone you meet, no matter what tribe or place in society – they are genuinely a welcoming nation who enjoy having visitors in their country.

So move Namibia to the top of your agenda and give me a call to discuss how, when and where to go on Email: peter@experienceholidays.co.uk or Tel: 01323 446550

You could also visit our Namibia webpage to see some of our suggested itineraries.

 

Namibia

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Tailormade Namibia Itinerary Ideas

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Here are some of the reasons to visit Namibia with our tailormade Namibia itineraries…

  • Drive through four deserts and learn how different each one is and just how much life exists in what at first appears to be such a harsh environment.
  • Visit one of Africa’s prime National Parks in Etosha which has a string of waterholes around its massive salt pan. These are a life saver for a huge variety of animals.
  • Track desert adapted elephants and rhinos in Damaraland.
  • Visit the colourful Himba tribe who have maintained their way of life.
  • Learn to read the signs of the bush from a genuine San tracker.
  • Quad bike over some of the most colourful dunes in the world.
  • Come face to face with a seal and see the diverse sealife found in Walvis Bay.
  • Kayak with seals and dolphins for close company.
  • Watch hippo below your accommodation on the great rivers in the northern provinces.
  • Trek for three/four days with mules in the Fish River Canyon – the second largest canyon in the world.

Below is just a small sample of the varied itineraries we can offer in Namibia. Whether your interest lies in wildlife, photography, spectacular scenery, geology, history of you a planning a family adventure, let us help you plan the perfect trip.

Tailormade Namibia - Himba Girl Namibia Northern Tour
This sample itinerary tours Northern Namibia taking in some of the most well known parts of this fascinating country. Guided or self-driven…
Highlights
Okonjima (home of the Africat Foudation, world renowned Etosha National Park, Damaraland, Erongo Mountains

ITINERARY
Drive the Four Deserts of Namibia
In this self-drive itinerary idea, explore the magical, unique and enthralling southern parts of Namibia; this could be a stand alone trip or part of a bigger experience…
Highlights: Kalahari, Fish River Canyon, Succulent Karoo, Nama Karoo, Namib Desert, Sossusvlei, Deadvlei

ITINERARY
Tailormade Namibia - childres Tribes and Wild Camping
In this unique itinerary you will be taken to parts of Namibia travellers rarely have the opportunity to experience. You will meet the Himba people and camp in spectacular wild and remote locations.

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South Namibia and Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park
For those that like exploring the different kinds of deserts found in Namibia then this itinerary should satisfy their interests. It is an ideal self drive trip with stunning scenery and wildlife.ITINERARY
Namibia Namibia Caprivi Strip
There is another side to Namibia which is greener, with wide rivers running through it and giant trees fringing the banks.ITINERARY

 

Namibia’s Caprivi Strip

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There is another side to Namibia which is greener, with wide rivers running through it and giant trees fringing the banks. This is home to about 70% of Namibia’s population and a fruitful land that supports both the people and its diverse bird and wildlife. This itinerary is a self drive one but could just as easily be a fly in or guided tour option. It also lends itself to combining with a visit to the Victoria Falls.

Summary

Caprivi Strip

 

Day 1:              Okonjima

Day 2:              Rundu

Day 3:              Mahango

Day 6:              Mudumu/Lianshulu

Day 8:              Katimo Mulilo

Day 9:              River Cruise

Day 11:             Victoria Falls or Windhoek

Description

Description

 

This itinerary captures some of the iconic but less visited attractions of Northern Namibia. All along the river the giant trees and fast flowing waters attract a host of wildlife and birds. It is also home to 70% on Namibia’s population giving you the chance to meet and learn about the culture of Namibians.

 

Day 1

Pick up your vehicle and drive due north to Okonjima, the home of the Africat Foundation and a farm that has now become a leading animal conservation point in Namibia. Join in one of the activities that are on offer here, such as leopard tracking, learning about Africat or a night drive.

1 night Okonjima

Day 2

A long drive as you head due north until you reach Rundu which on the Kavango River and the border with Angola. Your stay will be overlooking the river and a cruise will bring the first of the crocodiles that you see. Local fishermen will be out with their nets and the different sized kingfishers coursing up and down the waters. Being on the river at sundown is a magical way to end the day.

You are now in a birder’s paradise with about 450 species found here.

1 night at Gondwana Hakusembe River Lodge

 Day 3

Today’s journey is a relatively short one but very different from other drives in Namibia in that you will pass through many villages, well tended fields and see so many more people. Ensure that you have a picnic lunch at the Popa Falls which is more of a cascade than falls but just as interesting. The shade from the big riverside trees will be welcome. Your destination is a lodge based on the river in or close to Mahango Game Park.

Explore this Park both by boat from the lodge or in a vehicle to make the most of your time here. Pods of hippo will be in the river close to the lodge and you could have otters rummaging about outside your room. Explore Bwabwata National Park (formerly Buffalo Park) which is not easy to find but well worth the effort. Good numbers of elephant and buffalo are found here as well as herds of roan and sable antelope. This area was the Special Forces area of the Apartheid regime and you come across deserted buildings and very overgrown cemeteries.

3 nights at Lianshulu Lodge

Day 6

Cross over the narrow Caprivi Game Park that is sandwiched between Zambia and Botswana watching out for game along the way. Your next stop is at the other end of the Strip in Mudumu National Park which has the Kwando River as its border. Again your stay will be besides the river and with a bigger Park to explore, the chance of seeing plenty of the same kind of game. Mudumu does also have sitatunga antelope living in the marsh areas. Take time to visit Nkasa Lupala National Park which has the feel of the Okavango Delta to it with oxbow lakes, channels, reed beds and islands particularly in the flood season.

2 nights at Camp Kwando

Day 8

Drive to Katima Mulilo and have a final night in the Caprivi Strip in one of the lodges along the river.

1 night at Caprivi Mutoya Lodge

Day 9

Drop off your vehicle at the airport and catch a flight to Victoria Falls, You have the option of either the Zambian side of the Falls or the Zimbabwe side. The latter has the biggest and most scenic portion of the Falls although the Devil’s Pool and Livingstone Island are on the Zambian side. The choice is down to what you want to see and do here. For those that like an adrenalin rush then the Zim side offers white water rafting (at certain times of the year), bungee jumping and a host of other such attractions. Both offer wild life experiences and perhaps finish your river odyssey with a night or two on a river boat cruising.

2 nights on the Zambezi Queen or Hotel at Victoria Falls

Namibia

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Namibia

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Namibia

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Little Gems

Little Gems

Quietly following a pair of otters as they forage through the river banks and islands of the river. Hearing them whistling to each other and their excited cries when they find something to eat is fascinating. Then having to give way to a male hippo as we encroached upon his territory and he objected with a charge through the water.

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Southern Namibia and the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

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For those that like exploring the different kinds of deserts found in Namibia then this itinerary should satisfy their interests. It is an ideal self drive trip with stunning scenery and wildlife.

Summary

Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

 

Day 1:       Sossusvlei and the Namib Desert

Day 3:       Aus

Day 5:      Fish River Canyon

Day 7:       Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

Day 12:     Kalahari, Namibia

Day 14:    Windhoek

Description

Description

 

A taste of all 4 deserts in Namibia and the wildlife that manages to survive in these harsh environments. Stunning scenery and the chance to explore the different types of desert make this a great self drive destination.

 

Day 1 – Sossusveli

Drive from the highlands of Windhoek down in to the Namib Desert with its giant red coloured sand dunes. Choose a lodge within the Park or on the edge to make the most of the changing colours of the dunes.

2 Nights in Sossusvlei Lodge

 

Day 2 – Sossusveli

An early start as you drive in to the Namib Park and the Dune fields as the sun rises. The changing colours are a photographers dream with the added bonus of animal and birds found here. Climb Big Daddy – allegedly the largest sand dune in the world! Perhaps take a balloon trip over the desert and note the star shaped dunes.

 

Day 3 – Aus

Your next stay is in the Aus Mountains on the edge of the Namib and Karoo deserts. Wonderful walks take you through the mountains with views in all directions or on to the plains, where the wild horses live.

2 Nights in Klein Aus Eagle’s Nest

 

Day 4 – Aus

Take a day trip down to Namibia’s second port. Luderitz. Just as you getting there turn off to visit the ghost town of Kolmanskop, once a diamond town with an opera house and thriving community. Wander through the houses and buildings that are slowly being reclaimed by the desert sands. The coast line is rugged and home to colonies of seals and penguins.

 

Day 5 – Gondwana

Your stay in the Nama Karoo is close the second largest Canyon in the world, Fish River Canyon. Look out for the quiver tree, an aloe indigenous to Southern Africa and dassies living amongst the giant boulders found in this area. Perhaps stay in one of the lodges that have its chalets interwoven with the boulders.

2 nights in Canon Lodge, Gondwana

 

Day 6 – Gondwana

Explore the area and certainly visit the rim of this gigantic canyon.

 

Day 7 – Kalahari

Drive to the SE border of Namibia and then cross in to South Africa and the remote Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. Stay in a couple of locations in the Park to make the most of the unique environment deep in the Kalahari Desert. Places to consider would be Two Rivers, Kalahari Tented Camp and Nossob.

2 nights in Kalahari Tented Camp

 

Day 8 – Kalahari

The huge dunes are linear here and there is good vegetation in between which supports a host of wildlife. There is a wildebeest and springbok migration in the area making the most of the infrequent rains and waterholes. This attracts the predators such as cheetah and lion. The male of the later are famous for their dark heavy manes.

 

Day 9 – Bitter Camp

Change camp and explore further in to the Park.

3 nights at Bitter Camp

 

Day 12 – Kalahari

Leave the Park today and start your drive back towards Windhoek. Break the journey with a stay in a private game reserve in the Kalahari. Go for a chalet perched on the top of the dunes for stunning views, particularly at sunset.

1 night at Bagatelle Kalahari Lodge

 

Day 13 – Windhoek

Overnight in Windhoek.

 

Day 14

Fly home.

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Wander through the piles of giant boulders stacked one on top of another in the Giants Playground. This natural phenomenon is home to colonies of dassies which in turn attracts eagles that hunt them. The quiver trees that grow here add to the photo opportunities.

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Namibia Deserts

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A bespoke itinerary providing the opportunity to explore four totally different deserts in one country.

Summary

Namibia Deserts

 

An itinerary providing the opportunity to explore four totally different deserts in one country.

Day 1: Kalahari
Day 3: Nama Karoo
Day 6: Succulent Karoo
Day 8: Namib Desert
Day 11: Windhoek

Description

Description

 

Day 1: Kalahari
From Windhoek, collect a hire car and head south. You will soon start to see the wildlife of Namibia with warthog, baboon and possibly kudu near the road. You will notice how well maintained the roads are and how empty they are in comparison to what we are used to. Some 250 kms from Windhoek will bring you to the Kalahari, your first desert. Here the dunes are in wave formation and some stretch 250 kms. The tops are bare red sand with the sides and troughs having grass and trees growing up them. Between the dunes, grassland supports a wide variety of wildlife and birds. Stay here for two nights at least to give you time to recover from your flight and to explore the surrounding desert. An evening sundowner drive is a must.
Two nights Kalahari

Day 3: Nama Karoo
The next part of the journey is a drive of 4 to 5 hours; you may find that the first half is a little monotonous but the bird life along the roadside is interesting. The scenery becomes more and more dramatic the nearer you get to the Fish River Canyon, with boulder strewn mountains and vast vistas. A stop to see the Quiver tree Forest and the Giants Playground is a rewarding detour and an ideal place for lunch. You may expect to see zebra, springbok and oryx.  The Canyon looks at its best in the morning sunlight. We would suggest two to three nights in this area; available activities include horse riding, sundowner drives, walking trails and scenic flights.

For the intrepid there is the chance to join a trek in the canyons leading to the Fish River Canyon and time down in the main Canyon. Camp out for 2 nights with your guide cooking you meals and mules to carry the heavy stuff. Truly getting away from modern life.
Three nights Fish River Canyon area

Day 6: Succulent Karoo
The next desert on this itinerary is one of the top 20 most important biomes in the world. The flora is rare and worth having an expert along to explain how it all interacts. With a backdrop of massive granite mountains and sweeping desert plains this is a land of far horizons. Added to the usual desert wildlife there are also the Namib Desert Horses to be sought out. Their ancestors made their break for freedom from the armies of the First World War and they have flourished ever since.
Two nights in Succulent Karoo

Day 8: Namib Desert
The fourth and final desert is famous for its red dunes and it is not long before you will see the first of these in your drive north. This is a wonderful scenic drive, which will tempt you to stop and take photos along the way.  There is plenty to do and see here; Sossusvlei and Deadvlei, Sesriem Canyon – this is a photographer’s paradise, with the early morning being the best time to visit. Almost all the Lodges offer game drives and sundowners and you could see decent size herds of springbok and if really lucky, cheetah. Balloon over the dunes, quad bike or just simply relax.
Three nights Namib Desert

Day 11: Begin your return to Windhoek or onward
Head back towards Windhoek and your flight home (we would suggest a night or two as you wend your way back) or explore the Namib Desert even further by making your way to Swakopmund and the sea.

Fish River Canyon      Africa, Namibia. © 2004 Jan Jepsen / NTB

 

Peter - our Namibia expert      star dunes namib desert

Little Gems

Little Gems

Early morning in the Namib desert is a very special time.  The park gates open at dawn and you need to be the first in to get those all important sunrise shots of Dune 45 and of course to enjoy sunrise with your breakfast picnic. Pick up your entrance ticket the night before.

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Destinations Show, Olympia

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Photograph by kind permission of UnCruise Adventures

Don’t forget we will be at Destinations Show at Olympia, London, on February 02, 03, 04 and 05. Find us on Stand AC32 which we are sharing with the American company Uncruise Adventures. Most of the team will be there over the 4 days and would love to see a friendly face or two. This is one of the biggest travel shows in the U.K and a great place to find new destinations and experiences that would suit you. If you have a particular place in mind for your holiday next year (or the year after) give us a call to book an appointment with our team expert for that part of the world. However we will be very pleased to see you as and when you are free.

For your free tickets to Destinations Show, please go to: http://www.destinationsshow.com/london/form/registration  and then type in MSC97 in the appropriate place.

We look forward to seeing you at either event.

World Lion Day

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August 10 was World Lion Day and it is worth taking stock on how these magnificent animals are doing in the wild.  With Cecil the lion, and his untimely death showed, many people around the world hold lion in deep affection.

The current situation is a mixture of good and bad news.  To deal with the bad first, the number of  lion in Western, Central and East Africa have decreased by 60% over the past 21 years. However the better news is that their numbers have  increased by 12% over the same period in Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe.

It is encouraging that Rwanda realises the value of having lion in its National Parks and has re-introduced 15 lion to their Akagera National Park – the last time lion were seen here was 15 years ago. 

Picture courtesy of Peter Ellis

Picture courtesy of Peter Ellis

The King of the Jungle needs all the friends it can get.  If you want to discuss seeing these beautiful animals in their natural habitat just get in touch.

 We have lots of ideas on how to incorporate this into your own bespoke, tailor made holiday and many other places/parks that are a must visit on your trip.  We will also advise on the best time of year to visit and the length of time you need in each place therefore making the most of your time and money, whilst making the best memories!

Please contact us on Tel: 01323 446550 or email: info@experienceholidays.co.uk

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Namibia

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A flight of about 12.5 hours will find you In Namibia – a country that has something to offer for all tastes and expectations.

Whether you want adventure or activities or safari you will certainly find them all here.  Land, air and water experiences include quad biking, 4×4 off road driving, hiking, bird watching, skydiving, kayaking, windsurfing and kite boarding. And the list could go on.

On safari there is an endless variety of self drive adventure packages to fit any budget.  You can stay in various accommodations from guesthouses to campsites to remote lodges and all can be tailored to your own need and specifications whether its game packed parks to the silence and spectacle of the desert. 

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No matter what you choose to do here you will have an unique experience that will live with you and the family for ever. And it is a family friendly environment 

There really is so much to do to make your holiday one to remember and can be easily tailored to you own specific bespoke needs, so why not contact us and speak to someone who know this country very well and can offer expert advice. 

Tel: 01323 446550 or email: info@experienceholidays.co.uk

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Namibia Tribes

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This itinerary takes you on a guided camping trip to visit Namibia tribes and to deep in to the heart of the very north of Namibia.  This is a truly wonderful way to explore an area not accessible to regular travellers and to learn first hand how these tribes live in this harsh environment.

Summary

Tribes and Wild Camping in Namibia

This itinerary takes you on a guided camping trip deep in to the heart of the very north of Namibia.  This is a truly wonderful way to explore an area not accessible to regular travellers and to learn first hand how these tribes live in this harsh environment.

Day 1: Damaraland
Day 2: Opuwo
Day 3: Kunene River
Day 6: Kaokoland
Day 9: Damaraland
Day 10: Windhoek

Description

Description

 

This itinerary takes you on a guided camping trip deep in to the heart of the very north of Namibia.  This is a truly wonderful way to explore an area not accessible to regular travellers and to learn first hand how these tribes live in this harsh environment.

Day 1: Damaraland
From Windhoek, begin the journey to Damaraland in the north west of the country. Almost immediately you will see wildlife at the edge of the road as warthogs and baboons forage along the road edge.  Relax with a sundowner looking out over the waterhole with the birds flocking in to the reeds as the darkness falls.
One night Damaraland

Day 2: Opuwo
An early start as you head north to Opuwo, keeping your eyes alert as there is a good chance of seeing the desert adapted elephants on the early part of the journey. The guides will set up the tents and then head off into town to buy the provisions for the next few days.
Take this opportunity to go with them and to wander through the town. Here the Herero and Himba tribe mix and many of them are in their traditional dress. The Herero women in their Victorian style long dresses and magnificent head dresses and the Himba with not much more on other than their beautiful jewellery, a skirt and wonderful red coloured skin (you will learn more about how they maintain this colour later in the trip).  A somewhat incongruous site is seeing a Himba lady wandering down the street in full costume and on the mobile phone!
One night Opuwo Camping

Day 3: Kunene River
Today you head to the very north of the country and the Kunene River, which marks the border between Angola and Namibia. Here you will camp for the next three days with the Epupa Falls thundering in front of you and crocodiles sunning themselves on the little islands in the river.
During your stay here you will visit the Himba villages with a guide to learn about their nomadic life, their values and their way of life. The guide ensures that you are welcome and the tribe benefit with the food, snuff and other items given to them. This ensures all benefit from your visit.
Three nights Kunene River Camping

Day 6: Kaokoland
The next part of your journey takes you in to the really wild parts of this region as you begin your search for the animals that have adapted to the desert. You will still occasionally come across Himba villages and Himbas herding their cattle, sheep and goats as you move from one valley to the next. The scenery is stunning and the wildlife beginning to return in numbers.
Here you will have a mixture of camping totally in the wild with the occasional stop at a camp site with shower etc. Your days start with the sunrise and end when the wine bottle is finished. You will be tempted to take many photos, particularly of the elephants, rhino (if you are really lucky) and other animals that are re-colonising the area.
Three nights Kaokoland Camping

Day 9: Damaraland
Heading back towards civilisation, stop overnight in Damaraland, having had a final day’s game drive. A chance to take those final sunset photos of Damaraland. Leaving the peace of the true wild may be difficult.
One night Damaraland

Day 10: Windhoek
Return either to Windhoek for your final night or to Swakopmund if you intend adding to your itinerary to this fascinating and diverse country.

We can offer an alternative journey that will give you time with the San people and this is combined with wild camping in the west of the country and then on to the Caprivi strip.

Namibia tribes - camp      Namibia tribes - Himba Girl

 

Namibia tribes - Himba Tribesman      Namibia tribes - Orumpembe

Little Gems

Little Gems

This itinerary is a little gem in itself – an opportunity to get close to and to understand people living in much the same way that they have for many years but with the odd modern convenience!

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Country: Namibia

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Namibia is one of those blessed countries that do not often feature in the news and indeed is one of those places many people have difficulty finding on a World Atlas. It nestles quietly on the western coast of Southern Africa, bordered by South Africa to the south, Botswana to the east, Angola to the north and the cold South Atlantic Ocean to the west. At roughly four times the size of the UK and with a 2 million population, crowds are a rare occurrence.

Namibia is a land of superlatives – the oldest desert, the highest sand dunes, the most cheetahs, and the largest meteorite and so it goes on. With daily flights via Johannesburg or Frankfurt, Namibia is easily accessible from the UK and is a year round destination.

This is a country for visiting for many reasons and is still a well kept secret, although gaining in popularity. Add in the fact that it has stunning scenery, is one of the safest countries in Africa, has well maintained infrastructure, drives on the left, has English as its official language and friendly people to assist you and we believe this is a destination for almost everyone.

Please note that an International Driving License is now required for Namibia.

 

 

 

Credit Peter Ellis

Credit Peter Ellis

Credit Peter Ellis

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Dune 45, Namibia - credit Jackie Appleton

Dune 45, Namibia – credit Jackie Appleton

 

 

 

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