Travel Blogs from Etosha National Park
... three great photos! In the evening we went to feed the wild cheetahs. This involved standing on the back of a completely open pick up truck with a bin full of donkey meat. As we stopped the cheetahs gathered round and fought for the best position near the truck. The driver got out and armed only with a stick opened the bin and threw the meat for the cheetahs. The cheetahs each leapt into the air to claim their prize before it hit the ground. These cheetahs were certainly ...
... it's just for the night, and we're heading out in the morning.
We settled into our now-familiar routine of dinner, followed by sitting around the campfire with drinks. There's a water hole at this campsite too, and a few of us wandered over to the lookout before dinner to see if we could spot anything, but other than a couple of jackals wandering around the campsite, there was nothing to be seen. After dinner, we swapped travel stories and basically concluded ...
... br> Upon leaving Namutoni’s Resort, within a matter of minutes more sightings were witnessed such as impalas and springboks. An elephant even crossed the dirt road several meters away from our vehicle stopping intentionally in the middle of it for several seconds. As he glanced at us from the corner of his eyes, he ...
... the other two we’ve stayed at in this Etosha National Park. For a start, it had boardwalks everywhere for us to walk on which were elevated from the ground by a good foot. Remembering the old saying “all good things are kept for last”, in this particular case, it held totally true! I just loved the place!
Each row of lodges had several ...
... this way I had a central point to orient myself so I wouldn’t get lost because if you really want to know, all the lodges looked the same!
Our room was comfortable and clean looking complete with air conditioning, mosquito nets, mini fridge, huge chairs to sit on and en-suite bathroom with a ceramic tiled shower. All the necessities to make it ...
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