Staatliche Rastlager

Address: Okakuejo,Namibia, Etosha National Park, Namibia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Okakuejo,Namibia, Etosha National Park.
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Travel Blogs from Etosha National Park

Day 319

A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Jun 18, 2015

26 photos

... types of zebra in the park, Burchell's and Harteman's mountain zebra. Next came wildebeest, southern chanting goshawk, black shouldered kite, warthog, elephants, red hartebeest, ostrich, springbok and oryx. By the middle of the afternoon we stopped at a water hole that was full of animals, almost jostling for space to drink. At the next water hole, we were excited to find a herd of elephants drinking and socialising, a very brave black ...

A Great Animal Reserve

A travel blog entry by tpuckett on Jun 15, 2015

2 comments, 15 photos

... the water hole and went to bed. Coen was in the hammock. He had been waiting all day. This time, it was not jackals in the campsite but honey badgers. Before bed we talked with our Italian neighbours who had been in the park for 10 days about a really nice water hole between this camp and our next camp where they had seen leopards the previous day. From this point on we pronounce leopard like the Italian lady. It makes us ...

Mushara Lodge and giraffes

A travel blog entry by glendamurray on May 20, 2015

1 comment, 9 photos

... beautiful! And the social behaviour was amazing. Several giraffe couples did a " necking" thing, curling their necks together in a kind of balletic dance. Males posturing. Then two did a circling behaviour, thumping and thwacking those huge, powerful necks against each other's bodies. Murray had never seen this particular behaviour in all his years on safaris. I was mesmerized. Then zebras, warthogs, jackals, guinea fowl, ...

Last work day

A travel blog entry by bwanabob on Apr 16, 2015

50 photos

... remarkable sights as we drove, observing the African animals in their natural environment as we had done in Chobe and Bwabata.

We saw an old elephant who possibly won't be there when we go back; broken tusks, almost blind we think and trying to feed by feeling for food with his feet. Covered in white Etosha clay dust he looked like a future ghost of his present self. I felt privileged to see this old man of the Etosha Pan.

Then of course there was the ...

Etosha game viewing Day 2

A travel blog entry by craigandclare on Mar 21, 2015

2 comments, 4 photos

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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 ...