Out Of Africa Town Lodge
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... up the signal from his collar. However, by the time we caught up with him, he appeared to have moved away up the mountain where we couldn't follow. Back for a well received breakfast of cereal and toast and a hot cuppa. Set off for a walk along the Dik Dik trail, the start of which was at lease 3 km from the campsite, followed by another 3 km around the course. Nothing much to see along the dry river bed and the wind was a bit too strong ...
The Waterberg Plateau is a 50 km long and 16 km wide sandstone plateau that rises 150 m above the very flat desert plains. The park in Waterberg doesn’t have elephants or lions but it is home to several animals that are rarely seen – sable and roan antelopes and black and white rhinos. These animals are protected within the park.
The area is historically very important as a big battle was fought here in 1904 between the German ...
Sunrise saw us waiting for our first Game Drive. Morning temp 1C as sun rose & we headed out with Sean & Felix to view the area & the Africat foundation project. Africat means "free cat" & this not-for-profit foundation was established to protect Namibia's carnivores & rehabilitate Namibia's wild ...
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Bush Pillow Guest House
After a late start, and both gas tanks fuelled up (N$1330 ~ NZD$160), we were finally on our way on a 22 day road trip around Namibia.
- Arriving just in time @ Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) for feeding time (2pm)
- Cheetah protecting the pen door so that they could ...
... where one of the other guides had found 3 cheetah males, who were just lying unedr a tree. This time tthe guide drove right up to the cheetah, through the bush and all. How he managed to avoid getting a puncture I dont know, we went through thorn bushes where the thorns were over an inch long and tough as anything.
Back to camp where we had a second, proper breakfast.
We relaxed the rest of the morning until 3pm ...