TripAdvisor Reviews Staatliche Rastlager Etosha National Park
Travel Blogs from Etosha National Park
... early morning sunshine. More came to join them until there were fourteen in all. Blessed thought there must have been a recent kill in the bush not far away as they were all coming from the same direction. A procession of six zebras arrived at the waterhole but stopped short of the water's edge eyeing the hyenas nervously. One zebra seemed braver than the others and moved forward only to be chased back by the hyenas. Again and again ...
... lion as it got too close to the baby. The lion moved off and shortly after, so did I. Bed was calling and it had been a big day, driving since Spitzkoppe and then going on a game drive when we had arrived at Etosha. The sound of howling Jackals accompanied my retirement and I could still hear them as I drifted off to sleep, reminding me again of the leopard research project. My eye is looking better too. Not as ...
... it weighed 5 kg!!! We ended up sleeping in a Namibian Wildlife Resort (NWR) outside Khorixias. It was super. The only thing, as we have just discovered, the NWR don't have self catering facilities. So here we are with a pocket of potatoes, a pocket of butternut, a pocket of sweet potatoes, 7 kg carrots and no pot !!!!!!!!luckily we always travel with cups, cutlery and plates. So we are going to be having lots of braaied potatoes, butternuts and toasted sarmies. But ...
... Just after this we turned a corner and had to
stamp on the brakes as their were 3 elephants, 1 standing in the
middle of the road and 2 in the bush. Again we spent a while both
watching and waiting for them to move. Still routing to the campsite
we saw a warthog, a large herd of zebra and a large number of guinea
fowl. On arrival at the Okaukuejo camp all we saw at the waterhole
was some zebra, although we got a good view of the sunset and also
... other side of its fence where, from an African style amphitheatre, you could sit amongst the rocks and wait patiently to see any animals that come in for a drink. After setting up camp and dinner we joined the plethora of other tourists behind the spotlights to watch Mother Natures African Theatre Production Company. Picture about 100 strangers sitting out in the dark amongst the rocks waiting for animals ever so quietly, not saying a word, praying something walks out of the ...
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PO Box 6784, Etosha National Park | 3 star hotelfrom $213