Okavango Guest House

Andimba Toivo Ya Toivo Street, Windhoek, 9000, Namibia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Windhoek

Waterberg Plateau

A travel blog entry by hannabrowne


Day 52 Today we left Etosha national park and headed towards Waterberg Plateau game park. On our way out of Etosha, we saw many animals including a leopard!! We stopped at a flat zone where we got out, and took fun optical illusion photos. When we arrived at the new campsite, we put our bathers on and headed straight for the pool. What we didn't know was that the pool was 3km uphill in the dead heat. By the time we ...

Down by the watering hole.

A travel blog entry by erin_smolders

... favourite drinking spot, with a few baby calfs no older than 6 months old in tow. So cute! So only half way through our 2nd week in Africa and the animal count stands at - cheater, lions, Rhinos (both white & black), elephants, osterage, springbok, giraffe, kudu, honey badger, warthog, And one tortoise. That is all for now, I'm off to find some shade from the hot sun and enjoy a nice cold drink, and maybe an ice cream too. Talk soon ...

Namibia Recap

A travel blog entry by lee.d.rosen

Namibia was a country that everyone who I talked to raved about and it definitely lived up to its expectations. Once I was able to settle into being with a tour, I was able to enjoy my time and take in the variety that Namibia had to offer.

The top three things that I saw in Namibia were:

  • The Namib-Naukluft National Park
  • Etosha National Park
  • Fish River Canyon

I was amazed by how few people actually lived ...

Back to the Farm

A travel blog entry by ashleynharbin

... the farm was raising money for the baby baboon enclosure (the one I dug the waterhole for a few weeks ago), so they sold beverages, including the wine, for $10 Namibian ($1 USD).

I was pleased that the Neuras group stuck together the whole night and enjoyed each other’s company.

Tomorrow I am going into Windhoek to go to the mall, eat at a beer house, and stop at the taxidermy/souvenir shop. Get to sleep in an hour though, so that will be quite nice!

Good ...

Emotional Ashley Meets N/a'an Ku Sê

A travel blog entry by ashleynharbin


... baby babies, big babies, juniors, and seniors. We were walking both groups of babies. Before we left, we were told the rules: no jewelry, hair down, nothing in pockets, no backpack, let baboons swing up on you, walk with hands to your sides and open, walk normally, if baboon grabs your hand don't clasp it's hand as it doesn't like to feel confined, if an older baboon states wide eyed or bares its teeth look away and the staff will take action if necessary, if ...


This hotel, located on Andimba Toivo Ya Toivo Street, Windhoek, is near Katutura Township.
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