Etosha Mountain Lodge

Kamanjab, Namibia | 4 star hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Kamanjab

Palmwag continued

A travel blog entry by amyanddave

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... permit purchased prior to entry. You are usually given a map of concessions or parks before entering at your own risk. Knowing that without proper supplies & equipment visitors lives could truly be at risk, you would think park management would provide campers a proper park map and some basic information regarding terrain, road conditions, well water locations (if available), etc. This lofty ideal is never the case. It is not the case for Palmwag. Admittedly more ...

Animals and more animals!

A travel blog entry by happylands10

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... dark in color! We tried to count the herd of zebra but reckon there were over 200! It is fantastic seeing such vast numbers of animals. When you get to a waterhole it's always surrounded by animals, lots of them and always a variety! Last night we were able to borrow a potjie pot from the kitchen as well as a salad bowl and braai tongs. Our potjie pot was this huge No 8. We did "campkos" - browned our mince and then added our veggies! ...

Picture this....

A travel blog entry by amyanddave

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... Camping which does not include any facilities. No running water spigot. No public toilets and showers. No electricity. No Wi-Fi. No light besides the moon. Just dirt, rocks, trees and anything you fit into your LandCruiser. You generally also have no neighbors. All of this is a blessing and a curse. Within an hour of being a few hours from any facilities, you already begin to appreciate the simple pleasures you had back ...

Skeleton Coast & other lovely seaside locales

A travel blog entry by amyanddave

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... we wouldn't find anything there?" we asked her. She had an easy explanation. "If they didn't put the small towns on the map, there wouldn't be any towns on the map." The standard definition of a town in Namibia is generally not a count of population but whether or not there is a fueling station (with or without fuel at this time). This makes perfect sense when you discover the population density of Namibia is next to last on the planet, right behind the country of ...

A restful(?) break

A travel blog entry by harryandrews

... and mongoose, to large carnivores such as lions, cheetahs and wild dogs. Their main efforts, however, are focused on caring for their baboon population, particularly the babies, with whom volunteers are encouraged to spend entire nights sharing a bed(!). They're cute, but not that cute, and while I spent one night with a very sweet little monkey called Saani, I decided that once was quite enough (which may have had something to do with the fact that they wake up like lock work at ...

Location

This 4 star hotel, located in Kamanjab, is near Cheetah Conservation Fund, Christuskirche, NamibRand Nature Reserve, and Harnas Wildlife Foundation.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good