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... the biggest sighting was the black rhino. Late afternoon, yesterday, we tried to find a water hole 18 km away. The sun was starting to set as the road turned into a bumpy track. We were both tense because our AWD Hyundai just isn't made for these washboard roads, and while the Toyota 4x4s roar by us, we crawl along rutted roads, fingers crossed, at 25 km/hr instead of 60. This means: long ...
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We had seen the Cheetah and Leopard at Duesternbrook. While these were not as well kept as the ones we saw today it is probable that the previous Cheetah and Leopard were much more in their natural surround. These guys we saw today are all donations (mothers killed, found as orphans or injured, never to be released)
We had seen the ...
... two males brought up the rear.
Just when we thought our luck had run out Ifor shouted out from the back of the truck and we screeched to a halt. He thought he has seen a leopard. In fact it was a cheetah, lying in the shade of a tree and very well camouflaged. What an incredible day we were having! By the time we arrived at the lodge we had all taken masses of photos but nobody matched Geraldine's tally for the day of ...
... the Big Five ...
... amp; we saw the business end of a full maned lion !
Breath taking !! 2 lionesses with very full tummies & messy faces & manes from gorging on a recent kill, lay close by.
During our evening driveway spotted our first Nyala - a shy, beautiful antelope with big ears & fine vertical stripes along their body.
Halali Camp that night with a spectacular sunset show at the Moringa Waterhole.
A great viewing area cut into ...
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PO Box 6784, Etosha National Park | 3 star hotelfrom $213