Onguma Bush Camp
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We left Etendeka Mountain Camp feeling very peaceful. The game drive our to our vehicle was only just over 1 1/2 hours. Saw lots of game. As we filled up our gas tank in Palmwag, Steven struck up a conversation with the guy manning the pumps. This lead to the attendant asking Steven if he had any salve, and showed him the wound he was suffering …
... away with gay abandon since arriving at Etosha and so it wasn't quite such an early night after all.
The night game drive people came back with marvellous tales of seeing lots of lions feasting on a zebra which the lions had brought down not far from the gates of our lodge and so when we set off on our early morning drive on Thursday we headed to the same spot. There was nothing to be seen. But I did recall hearing an ...
... for the rest of our holiday. Shopping for airtime and new SIM cards for cell phone, iPad and installing data every time we entered another country was becoming a ball ache and most would have chucked in the towel if they knew how many valuable hours this took.
Nunda should be given a better write up than what is documented in the Tracks 4 Africa guide book on self drive holidays. After having popped into Drotsky's Cabins & campsites, we got ...
... On our second excursion with Nicklaus we also saw eland antelope, a solitary lion with a kill he had been protecting for over five days (smelly) and many giraffes, plus a cheetah with his kill. All said and done it was amazing experience seeing all these cats, the hundred plus elephants and the fighting giraffes.
On the fourth day we moved from the excellent Onguma Campsite over to the Etosha Safari Camp at the Anderson’s ...
... us! His little footprint was on our fresh prints. Yikes! Our guide gave us the dont look them in the eye talk which was exciting! The rock art was really beautiful. As opposed to the previous days rock carvings, these were painted with various clays and vegetation. The white lady painting turned out to be an african man with the legs of an impala and he is white due to dust on his body, a common way of showing the dry season in painting. First people through the area saw the ...