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April-May 2007

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Namibia had been a dream of mine for a number of years and in the spring of 2007 I finally got the chance to visit. Quite simply, a staggering country - the variety of landscapes boggled the mind as with a landmass three times the size of the UK and only 1.8 million inhabitants there are extraordinarily wide open spaces.

Too many great locations to mention all at once, but the main highlights were:

Ballooning over the Namib-Naukluft NP
Flying from Sossusvlei to Swakopmund
Mountain Zebras in Palmwag
Serra Cafema camp
Hartmanns valley and the Kunene
The Himba
18 hours of lions at Etosha
The water holes of Etosha

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3 comments so far (post your own)

i love namibia, absolutely beautiful and amazing the most beautiful place in the world. thanks

Posted by claudia on
Saturday, 10.27.07 @ 04:01am | #8835

very nice site,thanks

Posted by lila on
Saturday, 04.26.08 @ 14:04pm | #43439

Hi Per-Gunnar, I met you in Ongava Lodge during your visit to Etosha. You showed me your lion shots on a laptop and gave me your postcard and I checked out your site after a long time and must say, your Namibian shots are awesome mate.
I will follow your site with much interest, well done!

Posted by Johan Jooste on
Thursday, 07.16.09 @ 12:34pm | #82210


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