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National Geographic Traveler Awards H+I Adventures’ Namibia Mountain Biking Safari “Tour of a Lifetime”

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Are you feeling the need to take your adventure biking to the next level? National Geographic has identified H+I Adventures’ Namibia Mountain Biking Safari one of their “50 Tours of a Lifetime,” a list curated to elevate guided adventures that immerse travelers in destinations and local cultures in a positive way. This twelve day African safari, led by experienced Namibian guides, will take you by bike to see fauna such as lions and elephants through sand dunes and single track dirt trails… 

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Adventurers will ride 20-80 kilometers a day and will stay and a series of luxury camps, small hotels, and farmhouses while eating barbecue kudu steaks and cold Windhoek beer at the end of each day.

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Euan Wilson, Director, H+I Adventures: “Namibia is a wild destination for the curious adventurer. Our riders tackle the country’s red dirt tracks, sleep under the stars, search for black rhinos and meet Himba tribesman, making it one of the most diverse biking holidays available.”

Interested? The safari departs December 5th, 2015, and will knock you back $3,978 per person (accommodations and potential medical and emergency evacuation services included).

MountainBikeWorldwide.com

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suede
suede
7 years ago

New item for the bucket list.

Sardinien
Sardinien
7 years ago

and before getting there make sure your fork’s dust wiper seals still work properly ( first guy in the pic)

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d
7 years ago

The beer…. like the capital of the country is WINDHOEK…. not Winkhoek

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