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A Travel Blog by esploratore
This is our (Christina and my) first trip together to Africa! I lived in the Congo for years and have always wanted to go back to Africa, but Christina resisted...having heard all of my scary stories. But that was Zaire under a crumbling dictatorship ...
A Travel Blog by kuruma
This is a blog following our Oasis Overland expedition. We will be meeting the truck in Spain, crossing over to Morocco then travelling down to Cape Town in South Africa.
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A Travel Blog entry by dusted from Opuwo, Namibia
... Jubilation and surprise all round. Frodo and Rose had done their bit, and we were a touch closer to the northern parts of the Kaokoland. Larium Diary entry for the day: "Chris saw a man in an ostrich suit, in about 40 degrees, alongside the ...
A Travel Blog entry by tounphoto from Opuwo, Kunene, Namibia
... Galton gate. We took the track and the road C35, then C41 towards Opuwo. Geographically, Opuwo is the capital of Kaokoland's region, and administratively the capital of Kunene's district. It's located in the middle of an area populated ...
A Travel Blog entry by esploratore from Kaokoland, Namibia
After one final fabulous breakfast by Roeleen at the cheetah rescue, we headed out for the remote northwest corner of Namibia. As we drove north, the land became more and more epic! The animals we saw along the way (giraffes, oryx, springbok, etc.) ...
A Travel Blog entry by djchurch from Epupa Falls, Namibia
... Namibia with disdain and gave them the name "ovaHimba" or "those who beg." Eventually the Himba moved back into the Kaokoland where they continued their pastoral life style. As the 20th century moved on, and more and more African tribal people adopted ...
A Travel Blog entry by jonclark2000 from Noordoewer, Namibia
... myself coming back here in the future for a longer trip. I think 2 months should do it! I'd like to take a 4WD up to Kaokoland and Damaraland and explore the scenery and the tribes there. I'd like to come back and hike in Fish River Canyon and try a ...
A Travel Blog entry by charmedlife from Kamanjab, Namibia
... bakeries in the smallest of towns. We visit a tribal area called Oase Village where the tribespeople migrated from the far north Kaokoland region of Namibia, close to the Angolan border, living their traditional way in their village on a farm. We visit ...
A Travel Blog entry by parleusted from Kamanjab, Namibia
... unique, living their lives as they have for millennia. Most Himba settlements today are in northern Namibia in the Kaokoland Region and are difficult to reach. The proximity of this particular settlement to Khamanjab made it possible for us ...
A Travel Blog entry by esploratore from Swakopmund, Namibia
Yesterday and today were kinda weird...we did the long long drive down from Kaokoland to the coastal town of Swakopmund (580km!). We drove from the distant outback with Himba girls selling their crafts along the road, to the towering huge tabletop mesas ...
A Travel Blog entry by esploratore from Otjitotongwe Cheetah Rescue, Kunene, Namibia
... Quite exciting! After a shower & a few Windhoek lagers, we again had a great meal of local meats, veggies, and fruits, and I am now writing this as Christina sits out under the stars. Tomorrow we leave for the north, to the far outback of ...
A Travel Blog entry by smoochie.froggy from Palm, Kunene, Namibia
... siècles du Botswana. Ils vivent principalement de leur bétail et habitent dans des campements disséminés dans tout le Kaokoland et le Damaraland, avec leurs troupeaux de vaches et de chèvres. Traditionnellement les femmes Himbas se teignent la peau ...
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Kunene River , Kaokoland, Namibia
Serra Cafema Camp Premier Camp Enjoy the surreal scene of a river flowing swiftly through the desert at Serra Cafema, one of the most remote camps in southern Africa. About Serra Cafema Camp Set amongst shady trees on the banks of the Kunene River, the ...Traveler Rating
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on Kunene River, Ruacana, Namibia
... virtually unknown 100km stretch of the Kunene River as it threads its way from the Lodge to the magnificent Epupa Falls through Kaokoland, one of Africa's last great wilderness areas. This land is the remote and beautiful home, not only to the remarkable ...Traveler Rating
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Onjuva, Kaokoland, Namibia
Etambura, Namibia's first Himba co-owned camp is situated in Orupembe Conservancy on top of one of the highest hills above the holy plains of Onjuva where livestock and springbok peacefully graze together. Etambura is the ideal place to relax. Etambura ...Traveler Rating
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