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Endless Desert Horizons

The domestic infrastructure in this windswept corner of southwest Africa is significantly less developed than that of neighboring South Africa or Botswana, but for eco-tourists, that’s just part of the draw. Flights are expensive and bus service is almost nonexistent, so the most popular options for visiting Namibia are renting a four-wheel drive vehicle or joining an overland tour out of Cape Town. Travelers who like to make their own way might balk at the idea of joining a group, but Namibia’s barren expanses make a guide (and a comfortable seat) almost mandatory. Safari enthusiasts will enjoy Etosha National Park, where elephants, rhinos, and cheetahs are among the game on display. However, the real highlight here is the desert landscape; travel southwest from the capital Windhoek and you’ll soon find yourself among the massive red dunes of Namib-Naukluft Park. Activities here include sunrise hikes, dune-surfing, and, for the well-heeled, biplane flights to take in the scenery from above.

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  • Reservation service at Onguma Namibia is non-existent: we have been trying to make reservation at Onguma with zero effect: all our messages e-mailed to three different e-mail addresses of Onguma have been ignored. When we tried to phone to Onguma's office number 061 237055 on 10 February 2015 a woman refused to talk and dropped off the line. Perhaps Onguma needs no more tourists because it is constantly fully booked? Hate losing client because of Onguma's incompetence!
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