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You are planning a >2000km roadtrip across Morocco. You will be covering large cities as well as smaller rural town. You will spend most of your trip driving in rural, arid, areas. The road quality you will encounter will most probably vary from dual-carriageway asphalt to narrow strips of dusty roads. With all this in mind, I would have no doubts in opting ...


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If it is still painted in military fashion, then yes it will attract all sorts of unwanted attention. If you have spruced in up a bit with civilian colors, etc, it will still attract attention but likely more out of curiosity. Have you checked the laws of each country you plan to traverse? A vehicle that size could come with commercial driver license ...


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Since no one has answered, here's a tentative answer: Not really. There are three main national parks in the Georgian Triangle: Bruce Peninsula Point Pelee Georgian Bay Islands None of which seem to have any roads you can drive through to explore. This seems mostly due to their small size. I could not find any mention of wildlife areas, but perhaps ...


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Recently came back from the trip. Ganzi is an option for better accomedation (more options), and we did stayed there on the way back from Maun. Unfortunately, it was too far from Gaborone for us (670 Km), and added another 100 Km to the trip. We did found a place to stay in closer to the middle: Kang village which is 420 Km from Gaborone and about 400 Km ...



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