Namibia Camper

Namibia Campervan Hire Early Bird Special

Posted on 11 March 2016

Caprivi Car Hire currently is running a special for those looking for a great Nambia campervan hire deal before the end of 2011. You can receive 5% off your daily hire rates for any booking travelling in 2012 when booked before 31 December 2011.PROMO CODE: 5offcaprivicampervanValid from 28-Sep-2011 to 31-Dec-2011Camper Hire Special  Terms and Conditions1. Subject to new bookings only.2. Subject to vehicle availability.3. Only applies to the base rental portion of the hire. Is not extended or able to be transferred to other components like insurances and extra options.4. Booking must be made between 01 October - 31 December...

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Swakopmund and Walvis Bay

Posted on 11 March 2016

NamibiaBy Mara 1 - Flickr CommonsMany may think Namibia is a no-go African Country, but you'd be happy to know the country is perfect for lots of sightseeing, meeting with friendly locals and having a great adventure. With so much to do this blog wouldn't do Namibia justice. But we'll take a sample of the fantastic nation. Swakopmund is Namibia's playground, a holiday destination and a place to escape the overwhelming heat of inland Namibia.The city itself resembles a small German town and creates a timeless holiday feel with palm lined streets, seaside promenades and...

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The Skeleton Coast

Posted on 25 October 2012

A spooky name, and rightly so- the Skeleton Coast is one of Namibia's favourite destinations, and is eerily named for the bones of whales and seals from the days of the whaling industry, and also the skeletons of wrecked ships. The coast experiences dense ocean fogs, and these combined with offshore rocks have wrecked many a ship!Despite the slightly unsettling name and history, the Skeleton Coast is a great place to visit as it is full of history and is a stunning and untouched coastline. Protected by the Skeleton Coast National Park, the landscape includes sand dunes, canyons and mountain...

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Swakopmund and Walvis Bay

Posted on 27 February 2012

NamibiaBy Mara 1 - Flickr CommonsMany may think Namibia is a no-go African Country, but you'd be happy to know the country is perfect for lots of sightseeing, meeting with friendly locals and having a great adventure. With so much to do this blog wouldn't do Namibia justice. But we'll take a sample of the fantastic nation. Swakopmund is Namibia's playground, a holiday destination and a place to escape the overwhelming heat of inland Namibia.The city itself resembles a small German town and creates a timeless holiday feel with palm lined streets, seaside promenades and...

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Swakopmund and Walvis Bay

Posted on 27 February 2012

NamibiaBy Mara 1 - Flickr CommonsMany may think Namibia is a no-go African Country, but you'd be happy to know the country is perfect for lots of sightseeing, meeting with friendly locals and having a great adventure. With so much to do this blog wouldn't do Namibia justice. But we'll take a sample of the fantastic nation. Swakopmund is Namibia's playground, a holiday destination and a place to escape the overwhelming heat of inland Namibia.The city itself resembles a small German town and creates a timeless holiday feel with palm lined streets, seaside promenades and...

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Swakopmund and Walvis Bay

Posted on 15 February 2012

NamibiaBy Mara 1 - Flickr CommonsMany may think Namibia is a destitute African Country, but you'd be happy to know the country is perfect for lots of sightseeing, meeting with friendly locals and having a great adventure. With so much to do this blog wouldn't do Namibia justice. But we'll take a sample of the fantastic nation. Swakopmund is Namibia's playground, a holiday destination and a place to escape the overwhelming heat of inland Namibia.The city itself resembles a small German town and creates a timeless holiday feel with palm lined streets, seaside promenades and...

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Namibia Campervan Hire Early Bird Special

Posted on 28 October 2011

Caprivi Car Hire currently is running a special for those looking for a great Nambia campervan hire deal before the end of 2011. You can receive 5% off your daily hire rates for any booking travelling in 2012 when booked before 31 December 2011.PROMO CODE: 5offcaprivicampervanValid from 28-Sep-2011 to 31-Dec-2011Camper Hire Special  Terms and Conditions1. Subject to new bookings only.2. Subject to vehicle availability.3. Only applies to the base rental portion of the hire. Is not extended or able to be transferred to other components like insurances and extra options.4. Booking must be made between 01 October - 31 December...

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Namibia Campervan Hire Early Bird Special

Posted on 27 October 2011

Caprivi Car Hire currently is running a special for those looking for a great Nambia campervan hire deal before the end of 2011. You can receive 5% off your daily hire rates for any booking travelling in 2012 when booked before 31 December 2011.PROMO CODE: 5offcaprivicampervanValid from 28-Sep-2011 to 31-Dec-2011Camper Hire Special  Terms and Conditions1. Subject to new bookings only.2. Subject to vehicle availability.3. Only applies to the base rental portion of the hire. Is not extended or able to be transferred to other components like insurances and extra options.4. Booking must be made between 01 October - 31 December...

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Namibia Roadtrip Day 15

Posted on 9 February 2011

Day 15.DISTANCE: Tar Road 86.6kmWEATHER: Sunshine/Rain.After a very long night and the initiation of the emergency tent toilet plan (no details given here as patents pending!) and my blood boiling, I decided to put on a stern face and complain; something I’m not very good at, but as there were no lights last night - not even in the toilets, I felt justified. Just before I set out I notice a man hanging about around the toilet, so I decide to watch him. After a few seconds the lights come...

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Namibia Roadtrip Day 14

Posted on 9 February 2011

Day 14.DISTANCE: Gravel Road 244kmWEATHER: Sunshine/Thunder/Lightening/Torrential rain.Today’s drive was beautiful. The mountains were green; there were lots of flowers and not a soul around. It wasn’t until we arrived at our next stop that Jeff told me that these mountain roads had been in such bad condition he had been, at times, very worried that they may have simply slipped away underneath us. Not particularly reassuring given there were no barriers between us and the sheer drop to the canyon below. The rain had certainly caused a lot of...

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