This performance of The Road to Namibia | Rick Ray on Monday, April 6, has been cancelled due to the statewide effort to curb spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). El Camino College, Center for the Arts takes the safety and health of our patrons seriously, and while this cancellation is unfortunate, it is necessary to ensure the safety of our patrons, staff and artists.
It is our goal to reschedule this performance for a future date.
The Road to Namibia | Rick Ray
April 6 @ 7:30 p.m. | Tickets $14/$12 | Marsee Auditorium
people have never heard of Namibia even though they may know the world map very
well. Yet it is one of the safest and most visually stunning countries in all
of Africa. Sitting on the West coast north of South Africa and East of
Botswana, Namibia is poised to become the “next big thing” tourist destination
for world travel.
journey will start in Cape Town South Africa with a full excursion around this
beautiful city and the world-renowned Cape of Good Hope. Then we will journey
north into the deserts, wild coastline and fabulous safari parks of Namibia.
the quaint former German capital of Windhoek - the largest city in Namibia - we
will journey north to two world-class wildlife reserves. At Erindi Private game
reserve, we will take a safari of a lifetime, flying our drone for amazing
never before seen aerials of vast wildlife herds on the move. At dry and
spectacular Etosha National Park, we will see leopards, lions, elephants, rhino
and more, parched with thirst, searching for the watering holes.
there, our film travels along the famed “Skeleton Coast” where the carcasses of
both ships and humans remind us of the human frailty of man when pitted against
the vast uncharted Atlantic Ocean. We will bask with seals at the Cape Cross
seal colony and then explore the massive sand dunes near Swakopmund by 4WD
will journey to the border of Angola to meet the mysterious Himba tribes who
extend their hair in amazing ways and coat their skin with mud against the noonday
we will end our journey at the famed Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River, on
the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia, where we will swim with crocodiles and
journey to the edge of the abyss for breathtaking views.
Road to Namibia is still mostly dirt and sand, but soon it will join the likes
of every great safari destination as one of the wonders of Africa.
NO REFUNDS / NO EXCHANGES
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