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03 Oct 2012
Namibia is home to the well know Etosha Pan, the remnants of the ancient lake that which is now home to a vast variety of wildlife. When, in other words if, the annual rains fall between January and March this seemingly dead stretch of land involves life, flamingos come, sometimes literally within their millions to feed about the algae and insects the muddy sludge attracts. The pan itself falls under the protection from the Etosha National Park, one of Namibia• s largest game reserves. The vast area houses the big five and is a top place to go for anyone planning to experience good game viewing.

The Etosha national park offers various camps for tourists in which to stay, typically the most popular being Okakuyu, Namatoni and Halalli. Within they are a number of accommodation options from camping to sleep and breakfast. What make these camps stand out are the water holes around which each is built. While setting out throughout the day on game drives is actually recommended, the camps have curfews unless by using an organised night drive with an experienced ranger. Within the camp however, at night, one can view game visiting the waterhole not 100m from where you sleep. It really is one of the biggest holiday experiences you'll have. While the Etosha national park is almost certainly the jewel within the crown it's by no means the be all and end all of Namibian holidaymaker destinations.

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If crossing the border from South Africa your first stop ought to be Ai-Aisthis transfrontier park provides a natural hot spring that's been turned into the most popular spa. The wildlife is fixed but if you• re arranging a long camping trip it is a nice way to ease into what could be a hot dusty couple weeks. The accommodation is comfortable and also the warm pools are welcome following a long day's driving. Even when leaving at the start of the morning, when travelling from Cape Town Ai-Ais is approximately as far over the border as possible prior to runing out of sunlight.



If Namibia were to be noted for one element it might undoubtedly be sand and the most popular icon from the sand will be the spectacularly red sand dunes. The sand dunes at Sossusvlei have been called the highest on earth you can find arguments using this, however, because of the mobile nature of Sand dunes it appears a moot point out argue. A good time to go to these natural wonders are at sunset and sunrise, this can be partly due to the unbearable heat that area experiences at midday but mostly for the spectacle that occurs when the sunsets and rises up against the deep red sand. The area• s crimson sand compliments the spectacular oranges and reds of the African sunset and provides a photograph opportunity unlike any other on earth.

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The coast of Namibia is uniquely beautiful, in that its rugged uninviting appearance is what makes it so attractive to so many. Known as the skeleton coast, named for that whale bones that utilized to litter the coast when the whaling industry was in full swing, this stretch of coast is unforgiving and in parts inaccessible. For the dedicated fisherman though this coast offers much reward. Among the best game fishing on the planet is found here if you• re prepared to make the effort of getting there you• ll have several the very best shore fishing nearly all to yourself.


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