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Namibia: Chasing Rhinos on African Time

Namibia: Tracking Rhinos with Local experts in the Savannah By Margie Goldsmith I bounced along the rocky track beneath the cloudless cerulean sky with my guide, Raymond, looking for a rhinoceros in Damaraland, Namibia. This area has the largest population of African free-roaming desert-adapted black rhino and is the reason…


Into a Still Country: On Safari in Namibia

By Janis Turk “Now Africa received him, and would change him, and make him one with herself.” — Isak Dinesen Quiet. I write the word in my travel journal. It buzzes like a mosquito about my head. Not “roar,” “wild” or “vast,” as I might have imagined. No, the overwhelming, all-encompassing…

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Namibia: Land of Neverending Color

Story and photos by Cindy-Lou Dale Namibia, the land of never-ending color, rock formations and haunting emptiness, is a vast and barren region in the south western corner of the African continent — wedged between Angola to the north, Botswana to the east and South Africa in the south and…

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In a Desert Land: Namibia

  In a Desert Land: Namibia By Jono David I knew there was something special about this vast desert land when the immigration officer at the windswept Noordoewer border crossing asked me for a pen. “Sorry, I don’t have one,” I said with surrendering hands, looking to another tourist for…

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