Suricate Kalahari Tented Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... short 113 NM Flight to Marienthal and we got ready immediately to be off before the Big Guy's arrival. Just as we taxied out the Helicopter approached and we waited to see the show of an Presidential arrival in a Helicopter and Transfer to his Falcon. All went smooth and quick and we where on our way 15minutes later. Quite an Difference to an TFR in the USA with all the paranoid precautions involved. FRE SKY's in NAMIBIA...... ...
... get some at the Sossusflei Lodge where I was told by Jannie that they will have some. Take off at Luderitz was IMC but within 2 minutes I was on top and within 5 minutes over the Desert with an 20 Degree Temperature rise and no clouds, amazing how the Cold Atlantic Water influences this Luderitz climate, it is always Windy and cold & Low overcast at night and morning clearing up in the afternoon with strong Winds towards the ...
... and the springbok pronk as soon as we get close. Back to camp across the pan and we drive straight into the cheetah pen. the three orphan males snarl and hiss at Castro to hurry up. Obediently they sit on a mound to have their photo taken. They know the routine. Beautiful!! and then we drive like crazy. 300 hundred meters with the boys chasing, knowing their food is in the car. it's a frantic 2 mins, ...
... the Tarmac roads we'd see for a long time. Took a diversion to Duwisip Castle, which is a brick- red fortress in the middle of nowhere! As we headed into the Namib-Naukluft Nature Reserve, the scenery became more mountainous with huge grassland plains in between and amazing wildlife, including springbok, oryx, desert zebra and ostrich. After ...
Our camper is 'compact' and reminds us of a 1970s ice cream van, but it does have 4WD, diff-lock and a 150L fuel tank! Headed 300 km due south and explored Hardap Dam Game Reserve, which we had all to ourselves. Our first introduction to gravel roads Africa-style. We saw baboon, springbok, oryx, kudu, ostrich, warthog, pelicans, malibu stork and many other birds, including southern masked weaver, lesser masked weaver, ...