Namatubis Guest Farm
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... as a "crazy animal" prepared to attack a lion if need be. It turns out they are quite the nuisance in the campground, rummaging through garbage containers not unlike our bears, but the size of our badgers. As it happened, several of the determined little characters began helping themselves to the garbage we had just disposed of, and although a photo op was in order, we did give them a wide berth and no one interrupted ...
... seemed to have gone to plan. The van was filled with Namibian men who had just been on a business trip. For being near to 11pm at night, they sparked up a lot of conversation. 2 of them even gifted me with their numbers, just incase I needed showing around! Lol. I was shown around the guesthouse by the lovely owner and was taken to my room. Clean, tidy, that's all I wanted. I was a happy girl. Accommodation: Puccini ...
... smaller animals hurriedly scuttled away.
We had only driven a short distance after lunch when we came upon two more elephants and, much to our delight, a black rhino. The rhino was more or less stationery but the two elephants were wallowing in the muddy water and giving themselves the white colouring characteristic of the elephants of Etosha. As we watched a third elephant approaching, Blessed explained the system they have ...
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Ready at the Anderson the Park Gate for opening at 6.30am. National Park Permits registered & we are ready to go.
Etosha National Park is now approx 22,000 s kms in size, with the vast Etosha Salt Pan covering 4,500 s kms of this.
We started our drive following a circuit to Ondagab, Okifantsbad & Aus waterholes coming across really big numbers of everything & a huge variety.
Zebras by the hundred, beautiful kudu coming in to ...
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PO Box 6784, Etosha National Park | 3 star hotelfrom $213