Namushasha River Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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Oos Caprivi – Namushasha
Met 'n koek vurk in die hand op ‘n lywige en trotse dek wat oor die Kwando rivier uitkyk, voel ons almal baie ‘grand' vir die oomlik. Die son sak en die voŽltjies begin al harder skinner.
Namushasha is deel van die NWR groep (soos die Desert Tented Camp buite Sossusvlei), en die standard …
... lengthy wait outside Shoprite, at which point we became a magnet for the others who had been dropped off and also weren’t sure we’d be collected again, Big Mamma eventually pulled up and our hearts began a normal rhythm again. There was more driving. Are you getting the gist? Today is a day of driving. And more driving. And eventually we arrived at Rainbow Lodge.
We put up our tent on the banks of a river ...
... good place to see the quite rare desert elephants. Which we were very fortunate to see. They are like dwarf african elephants. They also had reports of seeing 6 cheetahs around the camp which was cool but we didn't see them. Twylefontein was really fun and a great place to go!! P.S we all heard about the earthquake and I hope everyone is ok and that nothing or no one got hurt Maddie ...
... as the rest of our party was German. We travelled to the ferry at Kazungula to cross the Zambezi to Botswana, where we first experienced the semi-controlled mayhem that is the border crossing; you queue to have your passport stamped in a ramshackle shed surrounded by rubbish, with what seemed like hundreds of locals milling about outside.
Wikipedia calls the ferry a "motorised pontoon" which it is, but ...
... Springboks struggled and lost the rugby game, but we didn’t care.
We originally wanted to camp at Lake Otjikoto, but we found the place a bit deserted and continued blindly towards the Etosha NP. It is expensive to sleep inside the Etosha National Park, and given the lack of affordable campsites before the gate, we decided to Bush camp about 20km from the Park. After our Wimpy stop we didn’t worry too much about making dinner!