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... daylight had faded and if it wasn't for our smart camera, the photos would not have been great.
The start of our engine frightened them and they quickly retreated back from where they had come.
We made our way home, all thankful for the experiences of the day.
Upon arrival, Kimoyo announced dinner to be ready. We sat and chatted and enjoyed a delicious dinner, then happily fell into bed and listened to the rain.
... was started in 1971 with an amazing breeding programme with the Cheetahs , wild dogs where there are about only 500 left in Africa and they have 40 of them which is incredible ,plus beavers,civets,species of buck and many other rare animals.The lady who started it is now 84 yrs old and still works there every day! We even got to stroke a fully grown cheetah!! A bit bigger than Roxy!! Caught up with an old ...
Today, into Etosha Park!!!! Yeah!!!
Our plan was to do the park slowly. Two days on the west side, two days in the middle and 1 night at the eastern entrance. Any less time would have not done this fantastic park, justice.
Etosha Game Park was declared a National Park in 1907. It covered a huge area at that time but presently It covers an area of 22,270 square km. It is home to 114 mammal species, 340 bird species, 110 reptile species, 16 amphibian ...
So we are now off to Etosha National Park and as Safari virgins Sally and Gary have been invited to write this blog. Just hope that we can reach the standard of blogging that Shaun and Louise have set!
We set off from Opuwo Country Campsite in Kaokoveld on our new venture. The first challenge was to cross the Veterinary Fence which was a checkpoint manned by police and game wardens. This is in place to try and reduce the risk of foot and ...
... midday and almost as soon as we had passed the park gates the day became really exciting. We started to see animals all around us and by the time we had reached a waterhole just a few hundred yards into the park we had already seen lots of springboks, wildebeests, giraffes, oryxes, impalas and kudu.
We made use of a campsite for our lunch break and whilst Blessed and Mbusi cooked us beefburgers we walked to another ...