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Conservation in Namibia: Desert Elephants

Posted Posted by Arebbusch in Conservation and Wildlife, Travel Blog     Comments No comments
Jul
25

Desert dwelling elephants are found in only two places in Africa, the first is in Namibia, and the second is in Mali.  The elephants in Namibia are mostly found up north in the Kunene region and are a Namibian Safari attraction. 

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Cycling in Namibia

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Jul
16

Namibia is a country you tour to find your soul.  The scenery is not the plush forests and grasslands that many imagine when they think of African safaris.  With Namibian safaris, most of the appeal is in the harsh, stark environment that will take your breath away.

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Conquered the desert & back in your hotel, Windhoek too has some watering holes you may want to explore

Posted Posted by Arebbusch in General, Travel Blog     Comments No comments
Jul
11

A good part of the Namibian desert elephant’s life is spent traipsing across the parched, desolate landscape in search of water.  Well, we’d never allow you to go without something to quench your thirst while on your stay in Namibia.  Scarce as water is here, Namibia, after all, is renowned for another precious resource – gold in colour – Beer!

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Skeleton Coast – A Namibia Safari like no other!

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Jul
11

You’d be hard pressed to find, anywhere else on earth, a place that evokes such contrasting feelings of awe, peace and foreboding all at once. Nothing can prepare you for the stark beauty that is The Skeleton Coast.

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Namibia and Conservation are like Carrots and Peas

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Jul
11

Conservation and Namibia go hand in glove, a little like peas go with carrots. Although Namibia is a young country, the stories that make up its future are ancient, like threads woven into a tapestry. This land of wide open spaces, warm hearts and friendly smiles is making a huge effort to correct what damage was done in the past to its wildlife.

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