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Travel Blogs from Etosha National Park
From here we went to our first waterhole. As we arrived the first thing to take our attention was a large group of hyena. They were working their way to the waterhole and one of the hyena's was calling. It was then we noticed a lioness and her two older cubs drinking from the hole. The hyena was saying to the lion, "Hey you lions, we have a large number of us here and can cause you trouble.. So get out of here because we want to drink!" The ...
... at Namutoni campsite attracts an abundance of animals throughout the evening, providing us with many amazing wildlife sightings.
Breakfast before day break, people are always quiet and seem to enjoy the peaceful solitude of sunrise. As usual the morning begins in the camp bathrooms, quiet chit chat is exchanged. This morning was a little different from the others. Clare fell in love! This time with a cute ginger kitten whom is wild and hangs around the ...
... All this by 8.22am! Not a bad morning at all. :) Have a look at the videos here
... strip when an elephant was crossing the road!), I met up with Soné and her family wich I couchsurfed at for a few days in Windhoek. If all Namibians are like them, I gotta say I've got a lot to look forward to! A great family that was extremely helpful with organsizing my roadtrip around Namibia, lending me camping gear and giving me tips about where to go.
So tuesday the 3rd of February I ...
Through national game reserve today of Etoshi.
It has a subtlety different feel. It is enormous of course but maybe a fiftieth of the size of Damaraland and seems to have 100 times more wildlife. All protected and all managed.
It isn't Whipsnade Zoo by any stretch of the imagination. It is vast and the wildlife are left to feed and hunt for themselves. But there are plenty of man made water holes that all manner of creatures frequent.