Onguma Bush Camp
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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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 …
... tree was a tiny head moving. I quickly yelled for the truck to stop and we manoeuvred to see if there was anything in the tree. I eventually got a shot of what looks like a cheetah. We didn’t get great photos of it, however I was super impressed that I spotted one over 150m away hiding in a tree. In the below photos, you’ll see the tree. See if you can spot what we saw!
Lunch was at Halali camp (another ...
... in the afternoon we learnt to use the telemetry device to track the elephant herd. The elephants were way over the other side of the 15,000 hectare property, so it took us a couple of hours to locate them with the tracker once we had got over there. We used the device to locate the general area that they were in but it was very hard to spot them amongst the bushes. Eventually we sighted them with binoculars but weren't able to ...
Etosha Pan, is the remnant of a huge inland lake that has dried up over the centuries.
Beautiful golden savannah grass plains extending to the edge, create a spectacular vista.
Beacause it is so dry & quite warm during the middle of the day, the animals are more easily seen around the waterholes.
Highlights of the day -
Ghost- like elephants from puffing chalky white limestone dust ...
The following morning we were up early for a gorgeous sunrise over the town and then we were off on our village visit. We were meant to go with 7 old germans, one of whom was a man in very short cut offs with a great mullet, but luckily they cancelled and we had a private tour. The lodge have a deal with the surrounding villages that we can come to visit if we bring butter, sugar and maize. We drove through the hills before we came across our chosen ...