Eagle Tented Lodge & Spa
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Travel Blogs from Etosha National Park
... the park). Given the heat, we swam and spent a few hours relaxing, before heading back out on safari. We saw our third rhino in the afternoon. This one just lay there virtually looking dead. I think it was just hot and wanted a rest.
As our drive was coming to an end, we saw a huge pride of nine lionesses who were looking for food and in the mean time happily playing in the grass. We got some great photos and ...
Even route to Etosha, we stopped at a traditional Himba Village and learned some more about their culture. At Etosha, we spent our nights at three different camps, all with watering holes to go to in the evening. We did about 6 different game drives with mixed results and saw everything we wanted to see except a leopard and cheetah (both very hard to come across, and both of which I ...
... herds and more lions here than anywhere else. The only downers were no more leopards, just the solitary one at Savuti and no wild dogs. Better luck next time.
The Etosha safari Lodge was also welcome, with a nice cottage overlooking the National Park on a ridge. The lodge was crammed with German tourists on package safari holidays, so everyone was up at 5.30am for breakfast and going to bed early. Like Onguma, the food was ...
... animals coming our way as Clayton and Freddy worked non-stop to fix it. Unfortunately it wasn’t a quick fix job and the truck had to hobble us back to the campsite.
That night, we stayed in the national park itself. We slept well but were rudely awoken by the lions roaring! They sounded very close and we assumed they must have been right up against the fencing of the campsite.
... inside the gate we stopped to give an adorable little boy a ride home to save him a big walk. On the way to the house we checked out a mother monkey with her baby clinging onto her tummy, a group of bless bucks grazing and then a huge Wildebeest just wandered across the road in front of us. The zebras are still in hiding at this stage. Arriving at the cottage was amazing, it is absolutely gorgeous. It is a ...