Namatubis Guest Farm

south of the Anderson Gate, Etosha National Park, Namibia | 3 star hotel

Travel Blogs from Etosha National Park

Banded mongoose out our tent

A travel blog entry by daveanddale

... a white rhino charging ahead and crossing the road just in front of us. The distant clouds and rain gave a beautiful rainbow to top off an incredible sunset. Back at the campsite we were very lucky as a big storm had come through and blown 3 of the tents and broken the frame of one but our tent was dry and undamaged. There is a floodlight waterhole here that you can view the animals day and night but nothing was ...

Wild animals all over the place

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick


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All the videos are together at the end. Give them a few seconds to load...the animal lovers will want to see them all. Pretty cool seeing these guys so close and just hanging out and surviving out there.

Don't miss the big male lion and his harem!

The Final Safari

A travel blog entry by jodeebodee


... the last two items off my list on the last game drive/ park. As we waited for the giraffes to come to the water, all out sudden from the left a whole herd of elephants came to drink. There must have been about 20 including babies. They Drank for bit while I worked on getting some photos. Then when I looked away from the elephants a giraffe had come and began to drink! Then in the distance we saw some rhinos and eventually there were two rhinos drinking! I was balancing my camera on ...

Etosha, Namibia – animals galore!

A travel blog entry by amyandluke


... the hatches on the roof. We had only just pulled into the park itself when we saw a giraffe on the side of the road munching on some trees. We took a small detour up to a waterhole before heading to our campsite and we saw zebra, springboks and some more giraffes up close. Giraffes are such graceful animals with their extremely long legs and necks and are very funny to watch drinking as they splay their legs in attempt to reach the ground. We set up camp at one end ...

Surrounded by Elephants!

A travel blog entry by markjoy


... at the waterholes, a perfect place to spot the wildlife. And a great place to enjoy the African sunsets, the sunset is really different here then home. The sun gets a deep red color and the stripes is typical a safari sun I think.
I think in total we saw about 9 lions, many ostriches, more then 100 giraffes, about 200 elephants and thousands of zebra's, springboks, wildebeasts etc. Oh and maybe about a 10 ton of Elephant poop!



This 3 star hotel, located on south of the Anderson Gate, Etosha National Park, is near Katutura Township.
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