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Cape Agulhas



// Nikon D7200

Bush camping where the 2 oceans meet, in Cape Agulhas. This is the most southern point in Africa, most southern point of my trip, and it’s now time to head back home, north !

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Table mountains

  // Nikon D7200 | -33.98875 : 18.43453 | alt. 114m After a very expensive night at Imhoff campsite, I first had to find a cheaper place to sleep for the rest of my time here. One night at chapman camp, still too expensive, but nice location with plenty of birds (feels like being in a…

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Cape of good hope

  // Nikon D7200 | -34.13282 : 18.33789 | alt. 13m Cape Town in sight, and what a view ! This big city sitting on the atlantic ocean seems tiny with the massive table mountain behind it ! It reminds me of Vancouver, but instead of jagged snowy peaks, you get this big mountain, completely…

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  // Nikon D7200 | -32.55175 : 19.36214 | alt. 621 m After a few days driving on the long and boring main road of Namibia, I made it to Aus, final stop before the border. Here we go, after 200 kms of very good road, I arrived at the Namibian border. The process is…

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Epupa falls

  // Nikon D7200 After a full breakfast at the campground, I went back on the road to Epupa, 500kms to go. The last refuel point is Opuwo, 200kms away, and obviously, I need to stop. As soon as I stopped to the gas station, 10 girls came to my window to sell stuff, they…

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Erindi game reserve day2 & 3

  // Nikon D7200 We went on a self drive safari with mister Fox. We spotted many zebras and oryx on the way, but not easy to catch a clear shot, and after a few hours driving slowly, all eyes out, we didn’t see much, apart from a very lucky sight of a rhino family…

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Erindi game reserve part1/3

  // Nikon D7200 We’re a few months behind the rain season, but it’s still raining in northern Namibia. The huge amount of water allows animals to spread, and a few locals told us to avoid Etosha reserve. Instead, we’re going to Erindi private game reserve. And the accommodation inside the reserve is a gift…

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