Onguma Bush Camp

Address: PO Box 6784, Etosha National Park, Namibia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on PO Box 6784, Etosha National Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Etosha National Park

      Halloween Cruising the Chobe River

      A travel blog entry by charvet on Oct 31, 2014

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... hot when we left. It felt great to be on the water cruising down the river. Our bait were called bulldog fish. They were pretty good size, maybe five to seven inches. They put three huge hooks in each bait. We were using twelve pound line. I only had one big bite. You have to let them swallow the bait before you pull and reel. I could not wait. As soon as I felt the strike, I yanked and lost him. It was still lots of fun and very enjoyable. Tomorrow, more of the ...

      Game viewing at Etosha

      A travel blog entry by jandkross on Sep 25, 2014

      95 photos

      ... we were studying one such group that someone noticed a movement in the bush behind the truck. Blessed identified it as a cheetah. Then we saw that there were two of them, then three and finally we realised there were two males and two females. They were at some distance from us but seemed to be moving nearer. As they approached we realised that they were stalking the group of springboks on the other side of the road.One by one ...

      Animals, waterholes, dust, more dust

      A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Jul 10, 2014

      4 photos

      ... as the Etosha Safari Camp guides were doing.

      This turned out to be good again as we certainly saw many interesting things such as herds of herbivores. Highlights included another hyena, two bat-eared fox, a rare Africa wild cat, some more lions, cheetahs with a kill plus a banded mongoose, ground squirrels and some red hartebeest antelope. The guides at the lodge were impressed.

      This success rate involved many ...

      Laura, Hilderbeest and I tour Namibia!

      A travel blog entry by alycetravels on Mar 14, 2014

      2 comments, 179 photos

      ... drive, passing the beware of warthog road side sign and the very beautiful rolling hills that are just outside Windhoek. We arrived at the south western gate of Etosha in the late afternoon and we had lots of fun setting up our little camp site, something that we ended up being able to do in about 4 minutes flat! After a wander to see the sunset and some rhino which weren't there, we settled in with a G&T, dinner, and some impala for company over the fence. We spent a lot of ...

      Cage diving with great whites!

      A travel blog entry by rosewj on Aug 09, 2013

      ... you were too amazed by this huge shark swimming past to notice! Even managed to ignore the fact that holding my breath in such cold water gave me a headache. At one point the shark jumped out a bit trying to grab the bait, and another time one swam right at me with its mouth wide open - ashamed to say I panicked slightly at that point and almost went back up. Came out for a bit then went back in a second time, this time one jumped out slightly, thrashed about a bit and then splashed ...