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Auas Safari Lodge

Thornhill Safari LodgeAuas Safari lodge is nestled in an expanse of African savannah in the shadow of the Auas mountains. Less than an hour away from the Windhoek international airport Auas Safari lodge lies in an unspoiled wilderness far removed from the trappings of city life.

Waterbuck, kudu, impala, eland, zebra, black & blue wildebeest, oryx, springbuck and many of the smaller antelope species roam the Auas savannah. Giraffe can be seen browsing at tree top level. The cats like lynx, cheetah and leopard can be seen if lucky. Morning and evening game drives and guided walks are the best way of seeing these animals.

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Fish River Canyon

The Fish River Canyon in Namibia is one of the largest canyons in the world. The towering rock faces and deep ravines were formed by water erosion and the collapse of the valley due to movements in the earth's crust over 500 million years ago. Today the canyon measures 160km long up to 27km wide and almost 550m at its deepest.

The Fish River Canyon is located in the south of Namibia. It is the second most visited tourist attraction in Namibia.

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Etosha National Park

Etosha National Park is unique in Africa. The park’s main characteristic is a salt pan so large it can be seen from space. Yet there is abundant wildlife that congregates around the waterholes, giving you almost guaranteed game sightings. At the same time Etosha National Park is one of the most accessible game reserves in Namibia and Southern Africa.

The park is malaria free, accessible in a regular sedan car and the rest camps provide a range of accommodation as well as restaurants, viewing decks, shops and petrol stations. Luxurious camps in Etosha’s remote areas have now added top end accommodation to the park’s offerings.

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Sossusvlei

Sossusvlei (sometimes written Sossus Vlei) is a salt and clay pan surrounded by high red dunes, located in the southern part of the Namib Desert, in the Namib-Naukluft National Park of Namibia. The name "Sossusvlei" is often used in an extended meaning to refer to the surrounding area (including other neighbouring vleis such as Deadvlei and other high dunes), which is one of the major visitor attractions of Namibia.

The sand dunes of Sossusvlei in the Namib Desert are often referred to as the highest dunes in the world.

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Cape Cross

Cape Cross is a small headland in the South Atlantic in Skeleton Coast, western Namibia, on the C34 highway some 60 kilometres north of Hentiesbaai and 120 km north of Swakopmund on the west coast of Namibia

The coastline of Southern Africa is the only place in the world where you can find Arctocephalus pusillus pusillus, or the Cape fur seal, as they are more commonly known. They fight, mate, reproduce and fish in the Cape Cross Seal Reserve, home to the largest breeding colony of these seals on the planet, with at times up to 210,000 seals present during November and December. But it hasn't always been a cacophony of bleats and barks filling the air.

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Spitzkoppe

The Spitzkoppe (from German for "pointed dome"; also referred to as Spitzkop, Groot Spitzkop, or the "Matterhorn of Namibia"), is a group of bald granite peaks or inselbergs located between Usakos and Swakopmund in the Namib desert of Namibia. The granite is more than 120 million years old and the highest outcrop rises about 1,784 metres (5,853 ft) above sea level. The peaks stand out dramatically from the flat surrounding plains. The highest peak is about 700 m (2,300 ft) above the floor of the desert below. A minor peak – the Little Spitzkoppe – lies nearby at an elevation of 1,584 m (5,197 ft).

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Twyfelfontein

Twyfelfontein1Twyfelfontein meaning 'uncertain spring', officially known as ǀUi-ǁAis or jumping waterhole; is a site of ancient rock engravings in the Kunene Region of north-western Namibia. It consists of a spring in a valley flanked by the slopes of a sandstone table mountain that receives very little rainfall and has a wide range of diurnal temperatures.

The site has been inhabited for 6,000 years, first by hunter-gatherers and later by Khoikhoi herders. Both ethnic groups used it as a place of worship and a site to conduct shamanist rituals. In the process of these rituals at least 2,500 items of rock carvings have been created, as well as a few rock paintings. Displaying one of the largest concentrations of rock petroglyphs in Africa, UNESCO approved Twyfelfontein as Namibia's first World Heritage Site in 2007.

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Otjiwa Safari Lodge

Otjiwa Safari Lodge
The safari lodge is a veritable treasure trove of African wildlife and boasts a variety of some 25 game species that freely roam its 12000 hectares of land.
The reception area and restaurant & bar are in the main building. Gourmet dishes and a selection of tasty home-style Namibian fare are complemented by fine wines, liqueurs, spirits and cool drinks. Breakfast and dinner are served in the dining room. The lounge opens onto a large patio with a water-cooled spray installation to ward off those blistering hot afternoons. Wine and dine to the sights and the sounds of the surrounding savannah bush veldt and the impressive Omboroko Mountains.

Address: B1, 35 Km South of Otjiwarongo, North Namibia, Namibia
Phone:+264 67 306 671

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Jock Safari Lodge

Jock Safari LodgeJock Safari Lodge is nestled where the Mitomeni and Biyamiti rivers flow as one, situated in the South-Western corner of the Kruger National Park.

The lodge offers 6,000 hectares of exclusive traversing rights in an area of the park which is celebrated for its big five game viewing.

Jock of the Bushveld, the legend that was, served as an inspiration for the aptly namely Jock Safari Lodge. The tale, linked to Sir Percy Fitzpatrick, highlights the canine devotion and stories of African adventures that have excited exploring travelers.

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