Travel reviews by Mr G & Mrs G from Ireland
Total number of trips
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My Sep 2010 trip
Namibia between 15 Sep 2010 and 1 Oct 2010
It is a fantastic country with so much to offer - we liked the emphasis on eco friendly and sustainable tourism.
We have returned home really relaxed and envigorated from all the experiences with nature.
Suggestions to help us improve our trips or our service:
We would like to thank you for organising such an excellent trip for us. The accomodation you chose was very good and mostly excellent. The maps and directions were very helpful and meant we never got lost! Any queries we had were handled promptly and efficiently. We would highly recommend Expert Africa to friends and family - the service you gave us was most professional and while we were travelling independently we always felt that your professional advice was only a phone call away if we needed it - which is a great back-up and support when you are holidaying in a country very remote from your own home.
The information you gave us on the 200 rand notes was extremely helpful as the bank here in Ireland tried to give us 200 rand notes and had not been aware of any problem with them - and we read in a newspaper in Namibia that they were not acceptable and even newly printed 200 rand notes were not being accepted by some buisnesses."
Arranged By Sabina Hekandjo
"Olive Grove review"
Kulala Wilderness Camp, Namibia (this camp has since closed)
"Kulala Wilderness Camp review"
Lodge not featured by Expert Africa
"Doro Nawas review"
"Okaukuejo Camp review"
"Halali Camp review"
Erongo Wilderness Lodge