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Travel Blogs from Etosha National Park
Etosha Pan proved to be one of the most fruitful locations for viewing all kinds of animals. I especially loved the relationship the animals had with the watering holes. Whether it was elephants playing in a mud pool or a herd of zebras migrating through Etosha Pan during the dry season, it was ...
... white rocks under beautiful green trees. Seriously the hardest animal on earth to spot and its very camouflaged. On and off this frustrating animal was hiding, then finally we found the perfect shot and BOTH OUR CAMERA BATTERIES DIED! The big cat family sleep for about 20 hours per day and eat for the remainder so if you're not there for the 4, luck to you finding them. I have no patience for this animal finding stuff, which is probably why I like elephants. They eat most of ...
... 8217;t have very far to walk to. The waterhole was a mere five minute walk away!
A big rectangular belvedere made out of wood and hay as a roof was what was found at the end of this wood planked walkway! We had a place to sit and shade over our heads for protection against the sun! What more can a person ask for; we were indeed spoiled!
The picturesque ...
... However, this definitely didn’t stop me from often getting up and sticking my head out of other people’s windows to take pictures. One good thing about our travelling companions, we all shared alike which was great!
I was extremely thrilled to see this early in the morning guess what! None other than the king of ...
... in hand, Michel and I achieved in making our way to the waterhole without getting lost…..not that it was easy. It might have taken us several minutes more than the previous day at daylight and the place still appeared spooky at night but we made it there to that waterhole all in one piece! No lions were seen wandering inside the camp except for those blackbacked ...
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