Maori Camp Site Grootfontein

Road D 2885 D 2905, Grootfontein, Namibia | Campground

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World’s Largest Meteorite, Namibia

A travel blog entry by amyandluke


We travelled back up north in Botswana after the Okavango Delta to cross over into Namibia. It was going to be a few days of long drives to get to the main attraction of Namibia – Etosha National Park. The first day's drive was pretty straight forward to get to our campsite at the top of the country. It took a little while to get through the border, not surprising as there were 20 of us all arriving at one time, but soon we were in country ...

We are the same?

A travel blog entry by spychka


We have been thrown together like a big pot of soup. 19 foreign ingredients combined with 3 local flavors. How can so many different tastes blend? Some bites can be a bit harder than others, but once you chew a bit they soften. Some spicy, some sweet. But somehow it works. The strengths of one make up for the weaknesses of others. And after a few days of tending the soup, I think we are starting to find our perfect blend. Here is a sample of what we have in the pot: Victor ...

The Great Grootfontein

A travel blog entry by ajnamibia

Dogs placed in Grootfontein last year were the order of business back in August. Kind of hard to believe that my first litter of 2012 are now a year old and working ******* their respective farms! But time has flown by and it was time for their annual visits and vaccinations (5in1 and rabies). And I have to admit to being incredibly excited to see how they'd grown and how they were working.

This was a two day visit so I was heading out on my own. Most people will agree that 5am ...

Days 82 - 84: Namibia - The Click Click Bushman

A travel blog entry by djmorton


Hi Ho hi hi it's off to Namibia we go!

And we're back! But this time we are staying in Namibia for the rest of the 12 day tour we are here. The group split for our free afternoon. We chose to go on a village walk with a local who was our age. This particular local showed us in his house which he proudly built for his wife and child. Like all of these houses, it was one room and about 2m sq. The walls are made of this sand stuff used for concrete with tree branches used to ...


A travel blog entry by kenziertw


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24th April Soon after leaving Cheetah Park we stopped to chop wood - we'd finished the last of it to cook breakfast. We drove to Etosha, staying at Okaukuejo camp. We did an evening game drive in the truck, seeing, amongst others, kudu, springbok, jackal, giraffe, elephant, zebra, wildebeest, oryx ...


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