Silver Sands Holiday Village

Address: #N/A, Otjiwarongo, Namibia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Otjiwarongo

Nossob to Kaa (Botswana border post)

A travel blog entry by pamalick on Jul 23, 2015

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... as when he radioed to say to follow him, as he did indeed manage to get a booking at Kaa, we saw something amazing!! 2 Junior Pale Chanting Goshawks were sitting on the ground and a whole lot of dirt being dug up, by no other than a ....honey badger!! We sat for a long time watching him dig as the birds were watching him and waiting for any morsel that the badger might bring up to snatch away. Very interestingly I read up and this is the birds typical behaviour ...

Spitzkoppe Mountain

A travel blog entry by craigandclare on Mar 17, 2015

3 photos

... strangling the rock. The mountains bask red in the setting sun. We camp at the base of a huge smooth rock that has human like forms etched from water and erosion over millions of years. We have never been to Uluru but feel this must be very close to what it is like. The landscape is ancient and amazingly beautiful. It is the first time Clare feels like she is in the Africa she remembers. The golden grasses, shrubs and trees balancing rocks ...

Caprivi - Place of Rivers

A travel blog entry by terrykelly on Jul 12, 2014

12 comments, 6 photos

... a brilliant view from our deck overlooking the hippo filled Kavango River. We had three superb nights in this awesome spot just 1km from Epupa Falls. Sunset River cruises to the Falls, (more like large rapids) fishing trip for tiger or bream - (1 small tiger for TK) and chilling around the pool gave us renewed energy and a break from driving to see game. Food was good ( rate incl dinner and breakfast) Our laundry was done while TK did some admin to change ...

Laura, Hilderbeest and I tour Namibia!

A travel blog entry by alycetravels on Mar 14, 2014

2 comments, 179 photos

... and went on a guided walk to see some rock art, including the famous white lady. Our guide was a sweet little local man who loved teaching us about the way of life of his people, and a few words in his clicking language! We learnt about traditional medicine and food. We tried his favourite which is a type of cactus. It was very watery so nice and refreshing but bitter as anything. We also tracked some leopard footprints, however by the time we walked back it turned out the ...

Oops, sorry!

A travel blog entry by ajnamibia on Sep 09, 2013

Once again I find myself tardy in updating my blog. Little birds have been whispering that people are muttering and mumbling about my lack of tales of Africa so I thought I'd best pull up my socks and get on with it...

I’m probably a couple of months behind on what has been happening in Namibia so I will do the best I can with my ever-diminishing memory! That’s what happens when you top ...

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