Ermo Game Farm

Etosha National Park, Namibia | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Etosha National Park

Caprivi - Place of Rivers

A travel blog entry by terrykelly


... to compare the two. At Nunda the grassed campsites with electricity and water points had good privacy and central ablution blocks very clean and smarter than anything we had seen in Zim or Botswana and campers had full use of the lodge facilities, boating excursions and pool. Wifi connection a bit dicey but this will no doubt improve in time. Great breakfasts, dinner and light lunches with good wine selection from a small wine cellar. Everyone so eager ...

We're goin on a lion hunt

A travel blog entry by daveanddale

... of the pan we had another amazing game drive full of animals but the ultimate was seeing a male lion right on the road edge. We were so excited to see so much amazing wildlife up close. We made it just in time at the gate of our last Etosha campsite, called Okaukuejo, because you have to pay a heavy fine if you arrive after sunset at the gate and they won’t let you leave the park before sunrise. We caught the last of the ...

Laura, Hilderbeest and I tour Namibia!

A travel blog entry by alycetravels


... we managed to find a german guy who needed a lift. He was our adopted German for the next 12 hours. We all went in for sunset, with our gin and tonics for a sundowner. We stopped at Dune 45 and climbed to sit on top of the dune for sunset over the seemingly never-ending sand dunes. It was of course stunning. The colours in that sort of landscape are amazing. By the time we got back to camp it was quite late but we got a fire going and cooked dinner for our German, who just sat back ...

The Final Safari

A travel blog entry by jodeebodee


... lunch. Back in the truck Christina and I were chatting with some other people in the group. We were interrupted though by a spotting of some lions. They kept coming out of the trees until there were five so the lion count should be at 48! We also got to see the younger lions and the female go down to the watering hole for a drink. A short while later we saw three more lions under trees and one moved to a water hole. I was a little sad that there were three and not the original two ...

Bitten by a cheetah!

A travel blog entry by mattgottwald


... amazing African sunset before unrolling mats for a night under the stars. It was warm enough and I slept surprisingly well. Unfortunately the moon was too bright so we didn't get an amazing view of the stars dissapointingly. The next day we drove to a cheetah park where a guy (with a huge amount of land) takes in cheetahs that have been trapped on farmers' land and would otherwise be destroyed. He has 4 cheetahs that were caught very young that he ...


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