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Living Desert Zoo leads wildlife-viewing tour of Namibia

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A bay elephant takes a walk near a watering hole in Namibia.
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Explore Namibia, known for its wildlife and huge desert dunes, on a 13-day journey with the Living Desert Travel Club in Palm Desert, Calif.

Among the highlights will be a visit to Etosha National Park, where travelers can wait near a sprawling watering hole for lions, elephants, springboks and other animals to stop for a drink.

The trip will also include a visit to the Cheetah Conservation Fund’s center near Otjiwarongo; the organization is a Living Desert conservation partner. Bush-walking and game drives are also on the itinerary.

Trip is limited to 16 participants. 

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Dates: June 11-23

Price: From $5,695 per person, double occupancy. Includes accommodations, most meals, transportation and activities. International airfare not included.  

Info: The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens, (760) 340-4954

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