overlanding

Old Oct 28th 2004, 5:31 am
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Travis
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In April 2000 I travelled from Cape Town to Nairobi on two overland
trucks:
Bundi and Nomad. Bundi carried us to Vic Falls, Zim. & Nomad finished
it off. Tents mostly, but a couple hotels. We were on a tight budget,
so this is the way to go. Book the trip in Cape Town. We heard of
people booking their trip in England paying twice as much as we did.
Bundi was way cooler (and cheaper) than Nomad, but both were a blast!
 
Old Nov 1st 2004, 7:59 am
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Ed Berry
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[email protected] (Travis) wrote in message news:<[email protected]. com>...
    > In April 2000 I travelled from Cape Town to Nairobi on two overland
    > trucks:
    > Bundi and Nomad. Bundi carried us to Vic Falls, Zim. & Nomad finished
    > it off. Tents mostly, but a couple hotels. We were on a tight budget,
    > so this is the way to go. Book the trip in Cape Town. We heard of
    > people booking their trip in England paying twice as much as we did.
    > Bundi was way cooler (and cheaper) than Nomad, but both were a blast!


Sue,
If you want to set off from Cape Town, there is a professional
Milnerton based company that transports small groups in landrovers on
various safaris. Everything is provided. You'll be roughing it, but
you'll be well looked after at the same time. Info on my page:
http://www.capetown-traveladviser.co...ca-safari.html
 

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