Hoodia Desert Lodge

Address: Town Area: Sesriem, Sesriem, Namibia | 2 star campground
 
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This 2 star campground is located on Town Area: Sesriem, Sesriem.
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      Travel Blogs from Sesriem

      Sesriem Camp

      A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Jan 03, 2015

      1 comment, 35 photos

      ... The main reason we camped at Sesriem for two days was so that we could get an early start on our way to visit Sossusvlei. Sossusvlei means 'the gathering place of water' in the local Nama language. Seasonal rains from the Naukluft and Tsaris Mountains that succeeded in reaching the vlei, create temporary lakes that reflected the sand dunes surrounding them. The high, red sand dunes which surround Sossusvlei form part of the sand sea, ...

      Frank in Namibia- Namibia in Frank

      A travel blog entry by missm2012 on Nov 21, 2014

      35 photos

      ... sand from the Kalahari which creates the striking sand dunes of Sossesvlei, The peaceful dawns that brought us beautiful sunrises, The towering boulders of Spitzkoppe- night walks and remote camping, The sheer number of wild animals in the very special Etosha, The vastness of the landscapes, The silence, The kindness and warmth of the people. Some of Frank's, um, issues... Blown head gasket, no air conditioning, ...

      Sossusvlei (Dune 45)

      A travel blog entry by kmaclean333 on Oct 23, 2014

      26 photos

      ... into the park. Dune 45 is 45 km from the entrance and also the 45th dune, which is how it got its name...it's one of here highest, although Big Daddy (another you can climb) and a few others are bigger. Climbing it was a tough slog for the first bit, but then it got a lot more gradual, and going down is a lot of fun, but sand everywhere! I think I had about a litre of sand between my socks and shoes, not to mention the sand that somehow got in my back ...

      Fish River Canyon

      A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Oct 02, 2014

      4 photos

      ... for them in the Namibian midday heat and continued on our own walk back to the truck to have lunch. And they said they didn't dordle at the last canyon visit! We ate lunch, had a chat and they were still not back. It was a 50km drive along a dirt track to our campsite. Ai-Ais Thermal spa sign greeted us at the gate. Had to be one of the best campsites we've stayed at. We were nestled in a small ...

      Days 9-13

      A travel blog entry by hmp79 on Sep 19, 2014

      1 comment

      Corrugated, gravel roads and desert vistas that go on and on. No rear suspension and very grateful for biking underwear.

      Stood at the Tropic of Capricorn, cycled to the dunes for sunrise, and discovered the Hidden Vlei - a barren, dry, white seabed that stretches for miles.

      More and more wildlife - cobra, jackal

      Oh, and the axel sheared off the bike trailer and the resourceful tour guide got it fixed. ...