by ViajeMejor.com Botswana

The giant Baobab trees grow mainly in the hot, semi-arid areas north of the Soutpansberg mountain. Legend has it that in a frivolous mood, the gods planted Baobabs upside down.

by ViajeMejor.com Angola

Mwila or Mwela people are a cluster of semi-nomadic ethnic group living in southern Angola, in the area of Huila. Mwila people actually be.

by ViajeMejor.com Angola

by ViajeMejor.com Angola

by ViajeMejor.com  Angola

50 Photos of Namib Desert, The Oldest Desert in the World

by ViajeMejor.com Botswana

My favorite place. Chobe National Park, Botswana: The meet and greet for Elephants and thousands. I have never seen so many in my life! Camp in the wild! We found huge lion tracks in the area the next morning. Renowned for lions taking down elephants!

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