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Dessert Elephants Conservation - Kunene Region

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Well worth coming to see this different breed of elephant

You must book with the locals well before coming here. It was good to see these elephants wandering... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Lyndy J
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Sydney, Australia
I was the and is good area you can see other animals also ,is nice tour to have.

You need to book to the local people or the camp guide in Purros , loge in Purros and as we do... read more

Reviewed February 28, 2017
johnjakurama
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Opuwo, Namibia
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1 week ago
“Well worth coming to see this different breed of elephant”
Feb 28, 2017
“I was the and is good area you can see other animals also ,is nice tour to have.”
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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D3254, Opuwo, Namibia
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303-258-3991 / 303-718-6684
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Reviewed 1 week ago

You must book with the locals well before coming here. It was good to see these elephants wandering in their own special area. The local people were happy to show us where they were and tell us a little about them

Thank Lyndy J
Reviewed February 28, 2017

You need to book to the local people or the camp guide in Purros , loge in Purros and as we do those tour also is nice area with you car 4,4 road condition is gravel road but lot of pumping .

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Reviewed September 29, 2016

One of the most popular activities for those staying in Damaraland is to visit the unique herds of desert adapted elephants that live in the Kurene Region. This is one of only two dessert elephant populations in the world which can be found living in...More

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