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Namibia By Private Plane

 

Namibia By Private Plane

8 days - Designed on Request
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Namibia's vast distances are best covered by air, and what is more luxurious than flying in your own private plane? This 8-day makes a private flying safari affordable and hard to pass up.

Your experienced pilot-guide has a formal education in conservation, so as you travel, you'll benefit from his insight. You'll explore the hidden treasures of Namibia and learn about the important work underway in Namibia to protect the rhino, along with other species.

The Cessna 210 can accommodate a maximum of 4 passengers - what a great family or best friends vacation.


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Day 1  Windhoek-Sossusvlei
Arrive in Windhoek early this morning, where you will be met by your private pilot/guide. Your journey for the next six nights will be by private light aircraft. Your experienced pilot guide has a formal education in conservation and will show you Namibia's hidden treasures as you move from place to place. This morning, fly over the Khomas Hochland to Sossusvlei Lodge at the Sesriem Gates.

Once settled in the lodge, enjoy a leisurely afternoon and evening.

Sossusvlei Lodge

Sossusvlei Lodge is situated right at the entrance gate to the famous Sossusvlei and Sesriem Canyon.

Shaded by camel thorn trees, Sossusvlei Lodge is testament to the ingenuity of an eco-friendly design. Accommodation at the Lodge comprises 45 en-suite bedrooms under canvas with adobe-style plaster walls all spread out on either side of the main recreational complex. The décor speaks of African art, culture and tradition while furnishings with soft finishes invite comfort and warmth. When one enters Sossusvlei Lodge, one enters a classic lifestyle of comfort, filled with the thoughtful touch of attentive staff. Solar energy supplies the lights in all rooms.

Excellent cuisine under the guidance of the Lodge’s executive chef is the order of the day in the restaurant and on the al fresco terrace, where one can savour a gourmet meal with great food and wine while taking in the splendid views and watching the passing parade of Oryx, Springbok, Jackal, Ground Squirrel and Hyena at the nearby floodlit waterhole. Indeed a visual and culinary contrast, if one bears in mind the relative remoteness of this exceptional location.

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Day 2  Sossusvlei | Meals: BD
In the desert, you start early while the temperature is still mild and the dune contrasts are at their best. Travel into the Namib-Naukluft Park at sunrise, riding in a specially-built all-terrain URI vehicle. Along the way, your driver/guide will make regular stops to share information about the plant life, animals and much more - and so you can take in the breathtaking vistas all around. When you stop at Dune 45, you'll have the opportunity to climb the upper ridge of the world's most photographed dune. Further on, if you are up to it, take the 2.6 kilomter roundtrip walk to Dead Vlei.

Head back to the lodge for a siesta or relaxation time before a late afternoon sundowner activity. You'll take a leisurely drive on the Lodge's private reserve, and enjoy sundowners as you watch the spectacular sunset.

Sossusvlei Lodge

Sossusvlei Lodge is situated right at the entrance gate to the famous Sossusvlei and Sesriem Canyon.

Shaded by camel thorn trees, Sossusvlei Lodge is testament to the ingenuity of an eco-friendly design. Accommodation at the Lodge comprises 45 en-suite bedrooms under canvas with adobe-style plaster walls all spread out on either side of the main recreational complex. The décor speaks of African art, culture and tradition while furnishings with soft finishes invite comfort and warmth. When one enters Sossusvlei Lodge, one enters a classic lifestyle of comfort, filled with the thoughtful touch of attentive staff. Solar energy supplies the lights in all rooms.

Excellent cuisine under the guidance of the Lodge’s executive chef is the order of the day in the restaurant and on the al fresco terrace, where one can savour a gourmet meal with great food and wine while taking in the splendid views and watching the passing parade of Oryx, Springbok, Jackal, Ground Squirrel and Hyena at the nearby floodlit waterhole. Indeed a visual and culinary contrast, if one bears in mind the relative remoteness of this exceptional location.

×

Day 3  Sossusvlei-Swakopmund | Meals: BD
After a leisurely breakfast you return to the Aircraft for your scenic flight to Swakopmund. The flight will take you over Deadvlei and Sossusvlei, before you fly over the great expanses of the Namib Desert, past the diamond camps to the Atlantic Coast Line. Here you will spot the shipwreck of the Eduard Bohlen which is a passenger liner which stranded in the early 1900's. Fly past numerous seal colonies, via Conception Bay and Sandwich harbor to Walvis Bay, and continue to land in Swakopmund.

The afternoon is at leisure. Swakopmund is Namibia’s seaside resort, resembling a Bavarian village nestled between the Desert and the Sea. You approach the town through the endless expanses of the Namib Desert, one of the world’s largest wilderness areas. Then, through the mists (it is almost always misty in the morning and late afternoon) Bavarian spires and elaborate Germanic architecture rise through the fog banks. The boom of the surf on the notorious Skeleton Coast is an ever-present reminder of the icy Atlantic Ocean beyond.

The town is an eclectic mixture of Bohemian and Bavarian, home to an intriguing mix of artists, hippies, strait-laced descendants of German settlers, stately Herero women in Victorian dress, and hard bitten miners, game rangers, safari operators and fishermen. Swakopmund exudes romance and history, a rich cultural melting pot of gold.

Hotel Zum Kaiser

Perfectly positioned on Sam Nujoma Avenue in the picturesque Swakopmund, the luxurious Hotel Zum Kaiser offers direct access to the beach and the town's vibrant street life, quaint architecture, shopping and fine dining. This exclusive hotel houses 21 fully air-conditioned bedrooms, each featuring a full en-suite bathroom, television, coffee-and tea making facilities, bar fridge, electronic safe and wireless internet.

The tastefully decorated hotel offers a combination of Court Yard Suites, Front Facing Suites and 3 Family Rooms with inter-leading doors. Each of the Front Facing Suites is equipped with a private balcony to enjoy splendid views of the historic town and partial views of the nearby Atlantic seaboard. Uniquely combining modern furnishings with a touch of classic elegance dating from imperial times, the Hotel Zum Kaiser creates a truly authentic and intimate ambiance.

Enjoy delectable cuisine at the on-site Bistro Zum Kaiser and sip sun-downers whilst experiencing the spectacular sunsets over the Atlantic from the hotel's idyllic Roof Terrace. The Hotel Zum Kaiser is fully equipped and offers the ideal setting for conferences, banqueting and celebrations. Exciting activities in the area can be booked directly at reception.

×

Day 4  Swakopmund-Damaraland | Meals: BLD
After breakfast you will be transferred to Walvis Bay in time for a fun filled seal and dolphin Cruise. Ride on open ski boats in the Walvis Bay harbor area, and cruise past the fishing factories, oyster platforms to the lighthouse at Pelican Point. Visit the Seal colony on the tip of Pelican Point. Here you have the opportuity to hand feed wild seals and see some dolphins too. Fresh oysters and sparkling wine will be served on board. After the boat cruise you will be tranferred to Swakopmund Airfield.

Departing to Damaraland, initially you will fly along the coastline up to the Cape Fur Seal colony at Cape Cross, where your flight will turn inland past the Brandberg and over the Damaraland landscape to Twyfelfontein.

Twyfelfontein Country Lodge

Situated in the heart of the Damaraland surrounded by one of the most beautiful wilderness regions on earth you will find a piece of paradise. Twyfelfontein Country Lodge is situated within a UNESCO world heritage site. The Twyfelfontein area, a very vulnerable and delicate ecosystem, is renowned for some of the best examples of San Rock Paintings and Engravings in Southern Africa.

The lodge, situated in the heart of the Twyfelfontein Uibasen Conservancy boasts 56 en suite double rooms, 8 twin guide rooms and one executive bungalow, reception, lounge, curio shop, dining room(open), bar and swimmingpool. The development and decorations were done to minimize the visual impact on the environment and blends into the mountainside with the use of thatch roofs, natural stone and paint colours blending with the surrounding rock formations.

×

Day 5  Damaraland | Meals: BLD
Explore damarland by vehicle, visit the Twyfelfontein Bushmen engravings, Organ Pipes and go in search of the elusive Desert Elephant.

Twyfelfontein Country Lodge

Situated in the heart of the Damaraland surrounded by one of the most beautiful wilderness regions on earth you will find a piece of paradise. Twyfelfontein Country Lodge is situated within a UNESCO world heritage site. The Twyfelfontein area, a very vulnerable and delicate ecosystem, is renowned for some of the best examples of San Rock Paintings and Engravings in Southern Africa.

The lodge, situated in the heart of the Twyfelfontein Uibasen Conservancy boasts 56 en suite double rooms, 8 twin guide rooms and one executive bungalow, reception, lounge, curio shop, dining room(open), bar and swimmingpool. The development and decorations were done to minimize the visual impact on the environment and blends into the mountainside with the use of thatch roofs, natural stone and paint colours blending with the surrounding rock formations.

×

Day 6  Damaraland-Etosha National Park | Meals: BLD
After your morning activity you will return to the aircraft and depart to Etosha National Park. The flight from Twyfelfontein to Mushara will take us past the southern edge of the vast Etosha Pan and over a section of the Etosha National Park. Arrive in time for lunch. Afternoon drive and Morning Game Drives are included to visit the Etosha National Park.

Mushara Lodge

Located just 8 km from the Von Lindequist Gate on the eastern boundary of Etosha National Park, Mushara Lodge is an ideal overnight stop for visitors to the game reserve. The lodge consists of ten spacious chalets, one family unit, a triple room and two single rooms.

The name Mushara is derived from the Purple Pod Terminalia tree which grows abundantly on the lodge grounds and in the surroundings. The thatched public area includes a small library with a selection of good books, a bar with an extensive wine cellar, an airy lounge complete with welcoming fireplace for winter evenings, a dining area and a well stocked curio shop.

Great attention has been paid to the décor, which is an eclectic blend of traditional African and modern works of art mixed with original older paintings.

×

Day 7  Etosha National Park | Meals: BLD
Etosha owes its unique landscape to the Etosha Pan, a vast shallow depression of approximately 5 000 square km. A series of waterholes along the Southern edge of the pan guarantee the rewarding and often spectacular game viewing. In good rain years the pan fills with water draining southwards from Angola via the delta like system of shallow rivers and oshanas, drying out in the winter to become an austere expanse of white cracked mud,shimmering with mirages and upward spiraling dust devils.

Of the mammal species found in the park, several are rare and endangered, such as black rhino and black-faced impala. Etosha’s elephants are reputed to be the largest in Africa, the tallest ones measuring up to 4m at the shoulder. Their tusks, on the other hand, are relatively small. For the greater part of the year the Etosha Pan is a bleak expanse of white cracked mud which shimmers with mirages on most days. Seeing vast herds of game against this eerie backdrop makes the Etosha game-viewing experience unique.

Mushara Lodge

Located just 8 km from the Von Lindequist Gate on the eastern boundary of Etosha National Park, Mushara Lodge is an ideal overnight stop for visitors to the game reserve. The lodge consists of ten spacious chalets, one family unit, a triple room and two single rooms.

The name Mushara is derived from the Purple Pod Terminalia tree which grows abundantly on the lodge grounds and in the surroundings. The thatched public area includes a small library with a selection of good books, a bar with an extensive wine cellar, an airy lounge complete with welcoming fireplace for winter evenings, a dining area and a well stocked curio shop.

Great attention has been paid to the décor, which is an eclectic blend of traditional African and modern works of art mixed with original older paintings.

×

Day 8  Windhoek-Depart | Meals: B
Return to the aircraft for a private flight to Windhoek International Airport to check in to your outbound flight back home.

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Connoisseur

Visiting

  • Sossusvlei
  • Swakopmund
  • Damaraland
  • Etosha National Park
  • Windhoek

This Tour Includes

  • Private light aircraft flights by Cessna 210 Windhoek-Sossusvlei-Swakopmund-Damaraland-Etosha
  • English-speaking Pilot/Guide throughout
  • Luxury accommodations with private facilities
  • Full breakfast daily; lunches and dinners as outlined in the itinerary (BLD)
  • Full game viewing by lodge or camp 4WD vehicle with English speaking guide
  • All park entry fees and hotel service charges
  • Bottled water (1 bottle per person per day) on the aircraft
  • UTG Safari Delay Protection Plan
  • UTG Personalized itinerary booklet and Take Me With You Safari Kit
Talk to a Destination Specialist
800-223-6486

Namibia's vast distances are best covered by air, and what is more luxurious than flying in your own private plane? This 8-day makes a private flying safari affordable and hard to pass up.

Your experienced pilot-guide has a formal education in conservation, so as you travel, you'll benefit from his insight. You'll explore the hidden treasures of Namibia and learn about the important work underway in Namibia to protect the rhino, along with other species.

The Cessna 210 can accommodate a maximum of 4 passengers - what a great family or best friends vacation.


Connoisseur

Visiting

  • Sossusvlei
  • Swakopmund
  • Damaraland
  • Etosha National Park
  • Windhoek

This Tour Includes

  • Private light aircraft flights by Cessna 210 Windhoek-Sossusvlei-Swakopmund-Damaraland-Etosha
  • English-speaking Pilot/Guide throughout
  • Luxury accommodations with private facilities
  • Full breakfast daily; lunches and dinners as outlined in the itinerary (BLD)
  • Full game viewing by lodge or camp 4WD vehicle with English speaking guide
  • All park entry fees and hotel service charges
  • Bottled water (1 bottle per person per day) on the aircraft
  • UTG Safari Delay Protection Plan
  • UTG Personalized itinerary booklet and Take Me With You Safari Kit
Day 1  Windhoek-Sossusvlei
Arrive in Windhoek early this morning, where you will be met by your private pilot/guide. Your journey for the next six nights will be by private light aircraft. Your experienced pilot guide has a formal education in conservation and will show you Namibia's hidden treasures as you move from place to place. This morning, fly over the Khomas Hochland to Sossusvlei Lodge at the Sesriem Gates.

Once settled in the lodge, enjoy a leisurely afternoon and evening.
Sossusvlei Lodge

Sossusvlei Lodge

Sossusvlei Lodge is situated right at the entrance gate to the famous Sossusvlei and Sesriem Canyon.

Shaded by camel thorn trees, Sossusvlei Lodge is testament to the ingenuity of an eco-friendly design. Accommodation at the Lodge comprises 45 en-suite bedrooms under canvas with adobe-style plaster walls all spread out on either side of the main recreational complex. The décor speaks of African art, culture and tradition while furnishings with soft finishes invite comfort and warmth. When one enters Sossusvlei Lodge, one enters a classic lifestyle of comfort, filled with the thoughtful touch of attentive staff. Solar energy supplies the lights in all rooms.

Excellent cuisine under the guidance of the Lodge’s executive chef is the order of the day in the restaurant and on the al fresco terrace, where one can savour a gourmet meal with great food and wine while taking in the splendid views and watching the passing parade of Oryx, Springbok, Jackal, Ground Squirrel and Hyena at the nearby floodlit waterhole. Indeed a visual and culinary contrast, if one bears in mind the relative remoteness of this exceptional location.

×

Day 2  Sossusvlei | Meals: BD
In the desert, you start early while the temperature is still mild and the dune contrasts are at their best. Travel into the Namib-Naukluft Park at sunrise, riding in a specially-built all-terrain URI vehicle. Along the way, your driver/guide will make regular stops to share information about the plant life, animals and much more - and so you can take in the breathtaking vistas all around. When you stop at Dune 45, you'll have the opportunity to climb the upper ridge of the world's most photographed dune. Further on, if you are up to it, take the 2.6 kilomter roundtrip walk to Dead Vlei.

Head back to the lodge for a siesta or relaxation time before a late afternoon sundowner activity. You'll take a leisurely drive on the Lodge's private reserve, and enjoy sundowners as you watch the spectacular sunset.
Sossusvlei Lodge

Sossusvlei Lodge

Sossusvlei Lodge is situated right at the entrance gate to the famous Sossusvlei and Sesriem Canyon.

Shaded by camel thorn trees, Sossusvlei Lodge is testament to the ingenuity of an eco-friendly design. Accommodation at the Lodge comprises 45 en-suite bedrooms under canvas with adobe-style plaster walls all spread out on either side of the main recreational complex. The décor speaks of African art, culture and tradition while furnishings with soft finishes invite comfort and warmth. When one enters Sossusvlei Lodge, one enters a classic lifestyle of comfort, filled with the thoughtful touch of attentive staff. Solar energy supplies the lights in all rooms.

Excellent cuisine under the guidance of the Lodge’s executive chef is the order of the day in the restaurant and on the al fresco terrace, where one can savour a gourmet meal with great food and wine while taking in the splendid views and watching the passing parade of Oryx, Springbok, Jackal, Ground Squirrel and Hyena at the nearby floodlit waterhole. Indeed a visual and culinary contrast, if one bears in mind the relative remoteness of this exceptional location.

×

Day 3  Sossusvlei-Swakopmund | Meals: BD
After a leisurely breakfast you return to the Aircraft for your scenic flight to Swakopmund. The flight will take you over Deadvlei and Sossusvlei, before you fly over the great expanses of the Namib Desert, past the diamond camps to the Atlantic Coast Line. Here you will spot the shipwreck of the Eduard Bohlen which is a passenger liner which stranded in the early 1900's. Fly past numerous seal colonies, via Conception Bay and Sandwich harbor to Walvis Bay, and continue to land in Swakopmund.

The afternoon is at leisure. Swakopmund is Namibia’s seaside resort, resembling a Bavarian village nestled between the Desert and the Sea. You approach the town through the endless expanses of the Namib Desert, one of the world’s largest wilderness areas. Then, through the mists (it is almost always misty in the morning and late afternoon) Bavarian spires and elaborate Germanic architecture rise through the fog banks. The boom of the surf on the notorious Skeleton Coast is an ever-present reminder of the icy Atlantic Ocean beyond.

The town is an eclectic mixture of Bohemian and Bavarian, home to an intriguing mix of artists, hippies, strait-laced descendants of German settlers, stately Herero women in Victorian dress, and hard bitten miners, game rangers, safari operators and fishermen. Swakopmund exudes romance and history, a rich cultural melting pot of gold.
Hotel Zum Kaiser

Hotel Zum Kaiser

Perfectly positioned on Sam Nujoma Avenue in the picturesque Swakopmund, the luxurious Hotel Zum Kaiser offers direct access to the beach and the town's vibrant street life, quaint architecture, shopping and fine dining. This exclusive hotel houses 21 fully air-conditioned bedrooms, each featuring a full en-suite bathroom, television, coffee-and tea making facilities, bar fridge, electronic safe and wireless internet.

The tastefully decorated hotel offers a combination of Court Yard Suites, Front Facing Suites and 3 Family Rooms with inter-leading doors. Each of the Front Facing Suites is equipped with a private balcony to enjoy splendid views of the historic town and partial views of the nearby Atlantic seaboard. Uniquely combining modern furnishings with a touch of classic elegance dating from imperial times, the Hotel Zum Kaiser creates a truly authentic and intimate ambiance.

Enjoy delectable cuisine at the on-site Bistro Zum Kaiser and sip sun-downers whilst experiencing the spectacular sunsets over the Atlantic from the hotel's idyllic Roof Terrace. The Hotel Zum Kaiser is fully equipped and offers the ideal setting for conferences, banqueting and celebrations. Exciting activities in the area can be booked directly at reception.

×

Day 4  Swakopmund-Damaraland | Meals: BLD
After breakfast you will be transferred to Walvis Bay in time for a fun filled seal and dolphin Cruise. Ride on open ski boats in the Walvis Bay harbor area, and cruise past the fishing factories, oyster platforms to the lighthouse at Pelican Point. Visit the Seal colony on the tip of Pelican Point. Here you have the opportuity to hand feed wild seals and see some dolphins too. Fresh oysters and sparkling wine will be served on board. After the boat cruise you will be tranferred to Swakopmund Airfield.

Departing to Damaraland, initially you will fly along the coastline up to the Cape Fur Seal colony at Cape Cross, where your flight will turn inland past the Brandberg and over the Damaraland landscape to Twyfelfontein.
Twyfelfontein Country Lodge

Twyfelfontein Country Lodge

Situated in the heart of the Damaraland surrounded by one of the most beautiful wilderness regions on earth you will find a piece of paradise. Twyfelfontein Country Lodge is situated within a UNESCO world heritage site. The Twyfelfontein area, a very vulnerable and delicate ecosystem, is renowned for some of the best examples of San Rock Paintings and Engravings in Southern Africa.

The lodge, situated in the heart of the Twyfelfontein Uibasen Conservancy boasts 56 en suite double rooms, 8 twin guide rooms and one executive bungalow, reception, lounge, curio shop, dining room(open), bar and swimmingpool. The development and decorations were done to minimize the visual impact on the environment and blends into the mountainside with the use of thatch roofs, natural stone and paint colours blending with the surrounding rock formations.

×

Day 5  Damaraland | Meals: BLD
Explore damarland by vehicle, visit the Twyfelfontein Bushmen engravings, Organ Pipes and go in search of the elusive Desert Elephant.
Twyfelfontein Country Lodge

Twyfelfontein Country Lodge

Situated in the heart of the Damaraland surrounded by one of the most beautiful wilderness regions on earth you will find a piece of paradise. Twyfelfontein Country Lodge is situated within a UNESCO world heritage site. The Twyfelfontein area, a very vulnerable and delicate ecosystem, is renowned for some of the best examples of San Rock Paintings and Engravings in Southern Africa.

The lodge, situated in the heart of the Twyfelfontein Uibasen Conservancy boasts 56 en suite double rooms, 8 twin guide rooms and one executive bungalow, reception, lounge, curio shop, dining room(open), bar and swimmingpool. The development and decorations were done to minimize the visual impact on the environment and blends into the mountainside with the use of thatch roofs, natural stone and paint colours blending with the surrounding rock formations.

×

Day 6  Damaraland-Etosha National Park | Meals: BLD
After your morning activity you will return to the aircraft and depart to Etosha National Park. The flight from Twyfelfontein to Mushara will take us past the southern edge of the vast Etosha Pan and over a section of the Etosha National Park. Arrive in time for lunch. Afternoon drive and Morning Game Drives are included to visit the Etosha National Park.
Mushara Lodge

Mushara Lodge

Located just 8 km from the Von Lindequist Gate on the eastern boundary of Etosha National Park, Mushara Lodge is an ideal overnight stop for visitors to the game reserve. The lodge consists of ten spacious chalets, one family unit, a triple room and two single rooms.

The name Mushara is derived from the Purple Pod Terminalia tree which grows abundantly on the lodge grounds and in the surroundings. The thatched public area includes a small library with a selection of good books, a bar with an extensive wine cellar, an airy lounge complete with welcoming fireplace for winter evenings, a dining area and a well stocked curio shop.

Great attention has been paid to the décor, which is an eclectic blend of traditional African and modern works of art mixed with original older paintings.

×

Day 7  Etosha National Park | Meals: BLD
Etosha owes its unique landscape to the Etosha Pan, a vast shallow depression of approximately 5 000 square km. A series of waterholes along the Southern edge of the pan guarantee the rewarding and often spectacular game viewing. In good rain years the pan fills with water draining southwards from Angola via the delta like system of shallow rivers and oshanas, drying out in the winter to become an austere expanse of white cracked mud,shimmering with mirages and upward spiraling dust devils.

Of the mammal species found in the park, several are rare and endangered, such as black rhino and black-faced impala. Etosha’s elephants are reputed to be the largest in Africa, the tallest ones measuring up to 4m at the shoulder. Their tusks, on the other hand, are relatively small. For the greater part of the year the Etosha Pan is a bleak expanse of white cracked mud which shimmers with mirages on most days. Seeing vast herds of game against this eerie backdrop makes the Etosha game-viewing experience unique.
Mushara Lodge

Mushara Lodge

Located just 8 km from the Von Lindequist Gate on the eastern boundary of Etosha National Park, Mushara Lodge is an ideal overnight stop for visitors to the game reserve. The lodge consists of ten spacious chalets, one family unit, a triple room and two single rooms.

The name Mushara is derived from the Purple Pod Terminalia tree which grows abundantly on the lodge grounds and in the surroundings. The thatched public area includes a small library with a selection of good books, a bar with an extensive wine cellar, an airy lounge complete with welcoming fireplace for winter evenings, a dining area and a well stocked curio shop.

Great attention has been paid to the décor, which is an eclectic blend of traditional African and modern works of art mixed with original older paintings.

×

Day 8  Windhoek-Depart | Meals: B
Return to the aircraft for a private flight to Windhoek International Airport to check in to your outbound flight back home.

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