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Hello

I'm going to travel for 3 weeks in Namibia with my boyfriend at the end of august and this is our 1st trip to Africa. We're planning on renting a 4x4 and camp. This itinerary would be roughly:
Windhoeck -> Naukluft mtn -> Sossusvlei --> Spitzkoppe --> Palmwag --> Purros --> Epupa Falls --> Etosha --> Waterberg --> Windhoeck
Our main focus is landscapes, animals and hike. What do you think of this itinerary? Is it doable in 3 weeks without rushing?
I have a doubt regarding Palmwag: what is it…

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Hi all,

I am a 42 year old Dutch male with quite some backpacking experience (mostly in Asia and middle east). I am considering to go to Ethiopia for 3 weeks, last two weeks of September and first week of October. Seeing the whole country in three weeks seems a bit too much, so I was thinking of focussing on the north. I would like to have a combination of culture, history and nature. I do not like multiple day trekkings but I do enjoy seeing wildlife or nature reserves. I would like to see the…

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Hey everyone!
i am planning to travel on 13.07.2018 .i will visit southern cities , Agadir

To dakhla . I seek someone who can travel with me because it's my first trip to south of morocco .
if someone is available at that date, we can make a program together, to visit the places that we put in the program and to find hosts in different cities ,
I hope if someone is available to that date in order to traveling together or with friends.
cordially
Thanks

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Afternoon all

I'm hoping someone might be able to share their experience with me as I am tying myself in knots trying to decide upon a route to make the most of my 3 weeks in Southern Africa. I've decided that to get the most out of my time, and as I am going on my own, I want to do an overland tour for the majority of the trip, but I'm still totally undecided about where I should make a priority to visit.

The basics are;
- I need to go in October, probably the 2nd week through to the end of…

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Anybpdy have any info on getting from the Malawi border to Mozambique Island ? Thanks Bob

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Can anyone give me an advice about volunteer opportunities for short term volunteering? week or two. End of July to mid August. What, where, how to arrange, requirements etc.
Thank you
Ewa

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I'm cycling in Tunisia at the moment and was keen to visit sbeitla,and areas near el kef. Depending who I speak to I am getting suggestions that it may not be safe to do so as a western tourist. Any ideas or advice?

Thanks

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Hello everyone!

I'm looking for some specific recommendations and contact information about guides that have a background in history, sociology, or art.

I've read many posts, travel blogs, and guidebooks. Many people say "do it on your own" "get a map" "getting lost is part of the fun." I totally respect that attitude and in many cases that's my attitude too. But I miss things when my nose is in my notes or a map. I also have limited time and am trying to see too much in too short of…