Namibia in July

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July is the driest month of the year, so it’s an excellent time to visit the game parks, especially Etosha, where it’s easy to see hundreds of animals vying for space around waterholes. Day time temperatures are mild and night time temperatures can drop well below freezing.


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Short and Sweet Namibia Adventure (6 days)

day 1 to 2 to 3

Onguma Game Reserve
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day 4 to 5

Twyfelfontein
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