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Travel Blogs from Etosha National Park
... an unambiguous hand gesture that he meant ************. The campsite for that night was on the Kavango River (Namibia it seems feel the O prefix is superfluous, bit arrogant) and a jolly nice campsite it was too. The toilets were particularly entertaining, one was a his and hers where the sear on the his was padlocked up and the hers had pink fluffy accessories. There was also a volleyball court which we made good ...
... tent area (with no sand) was nice in itself but this was next to a private kitchen, with a tiled enclosed bathroom to the right and a private tiled toilet to the left. Plenty of power sockets and shade. WOW! and all for less than a tenner. The main lodge area was exclusively for the campers with lovely food, wifi, a waterhole opposite and small shop. It was all managed by Pieter and a resident guide, Nicklaus. We immediately felt at home ...
... that evening at a
site within the park, we were able to walk down to a water hole viewing area.
This resulted in observing 3 rhinos (including one adorable baby) and a
spectacular, once again, sunset.
After dinner we returned, as the park has some
lighting projected onto the watering hole, and it doesn’t seem to sway animals.
We were treated to a troupe of 8 elephants drinking for quite a period of ...
... and say thanks! So after an evening of discussing our trip we were very eager to get on the road the next morning. We went to the car rental place to pick up our vehicle bright and early and were so excited to see the 4WD we had hired! It was very bad ass. Just like us. The guy gave us a demo of the roof top tent and we packed the camping gear and we were off!
For our first day we had a 500km odd drive to reach Etosha NP. This was our only day of sealed road driving so it was ...
... plains area when we came upon a large heard of Springbok. We were lucky enough to see one of the Springbok display the puffing of the fur on his rump. This behaviour is why these animals are classified as marsupials.
As we were driving along a roadway that had patches of short trees, we came upon an eight or nine year old lion male. He looked like he had a really full belly and he was lazily camped out in the shade. He was awake and Abram backed up so ...