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Self-drive Namibia with Drive Namibia Car Hire
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Wake up under the African skies in your own roof tent.
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Cheetah is widely conserved in Namibia. When mothers get killed, cubs often end up in captivity. The alternative would be death in the wild as they do not know how to hunt.    
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When Cheetah cubs are removed from their mothers before they could learn how to hunt, they have to be raised in captivity and fed.   
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Kalahari 2012
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Yes, you might have to change a tyre yourself. Check out our tips for changing a tyre on a Nissan Double Cab. 
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Temperatures are in the early 30's, but the skies remain mostly blue, with sporadic raindrops and nothing more. It is a wonderful time to be in Namibia as Spring slowly unfolds with at least the trees getting greener by the day.     
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The Road Network Map of the Roads Authority of Namibia. Only slightly more than 6 000 km out of 44 000+ km's of roads are tarred. Although most roads are usually in good condition, gravel roads in certain areas have deteriorated tremendously and should be driven with great caution.    
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Self-drive 4x4 tours made easy

You have always wondered what it would be like to visit Africa. You have pondered which way to go for some time now. You might have considered a couple of places, but somehow, Namibia stands out from your list of wannabe places. It has a certain something that you cannot exactly describe until you've seen the desolate splendour of the Namib desert, wiped some sweat from your brow after hiking in unspoilt nature and sat down in the evening at a campfire under the African stars. 
Namibia is huge compared to some European countries. At 825 418 sqkm, Namibia is twice the size of Germany and definitely bigger than Texas! With less than 3 million inhabitants, though, self-drive tours through Namibia is a breeze. 
The country has good roads - see the Roads page with info from the Namibian Roads Authority. Around all tourism attractions are clusters of private and community camps and lodges, providing basic to top-notch luxury accommodation according to your budget and inclination. Namibians most often prefer camping as it allows them the freedom to kick off their boots so to speak and just relax in nature, so join in the fun of self-driving in Namibia.  
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Learn more abot the sterling work being done by the Desert Elephant Trust at their website below: http://www.desertelephant.org.na/
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