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CTV News Tourists flock to Africa to get stunning views of star Namibia Named One of AFAR Magazine's Top Travel Destinations Posted on Mon, Jan 14, 2013 @ 01:26 PM "In October, Namibia proudly displays its diverse landscape--as well as its deep commitment to conservation and environmental management--when the country welcomes the 2013Situated on southern Africa's wild Atlantic coast, the country often surprises first-time visitors with its dramatic white salt plains and pectacular stretches of beach along the Skeleton Coast.
On safari, expect to spot endangered black rhinos, giraffes, lions, and flamingos in Etosha National Park. Extraordinary Journeys offers four unique safari itineraries that include stops at some of the country's most luxurious tent camps;
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Kuoni acquires destination specialist, Royal Tours, in Namibia Etosha Park Info: Etosha is malaria free and 2wd accessible. The best game viewing is in the dry season from July to September. The dry season has sparse vegetation and the animals rely heavilyon the 30 waterholes and springs making for excellent game viewing.
The rainy season from January to March is very hot but definitely the better season for birders. The park has four points of entrance. The park is open all year from sunrise to sunset.
Anderson Gate: This is the southern entrance to the park via the C38. The closest town is Outjo and the clostest rest camp in the park is Okaukuejo. Von Lindequist Gate: On the eastern side of the park this gate can be reached via the B1. The closest town is Tsumeb and the gate is close to the Namutoni Camp. King Nehale Gate:
This less frequented gate lies in the north and can be accessed via the B1 from the Owambo area.The gate closest town is Omuthiya. King Nehale Gate has further distances to travel to the Onkoshi and Namutoni Camps, so visitors should plan enough time to reach their accommodation if arriving late.
Galton Gate: This gate on the C35 close to Kowares is the entrance to the restricted western section of the park.