Toko Lodge & Safaris

Rustig Toko Lodge & Safaris P.O.Box 25 Kamanjab, Namibia, Kamanjab, Namibia | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Rustig Toko Lodge & Safaris P.O.Box 25 Kamanjab, Namibia, Kamanjab.
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    Travel Blogs from Kamanjab

    Cheetah Farm and the Himba People

    A travel blog entry by lwoolfe on Jun 23, 2014

    22 photos

    ... in various villages.
    I have no photos of this experience as all
    my batteries had died, however I find it slightly awkward taking pictures of
    human beings like they’re an art piece, so I wasn’t terribly distraught. If I
    can I will include links so you can understand what I’m describing.

    Our guide is from the village, having spent
    time away when he was ...

    Palmwag continued

    A travel blog entry by amyanddave on Jun 08, 2014


    ... the adrenaline rush of doing anything in Africa, especially camping, comes from the unknown. Palmwag did not disappoint. Our Palmwag map was seemingly drawn by a 5-year old child with about as much accuracy to scale and landmarks as you'd expect from a preschooler. So this is wilderness. Stop *****ing. And also come prepared. Dave splurged on a fantastic GPS system called Tracks 4 Africa. I thought this system was unnecessary, overkill really. But Thank God! Once you arrive ...

    Dave Disclaimers

    A travel blog entry by amyanddave on Jun 06, 2014

    13 photos

    ... flies. -Bring twice the water you think you will need. -Shake out your shoes before putting your foot inside. -Bring set-up instructions for your tent. (Dave Disclaimer #2: due to his super-genius nature, as a result of his Italian/German heritage, he needs no stinking instructions for tent assembly). -Know the wind direction before attempting to pee. And always pee prior to taking off warm clothes & entering the tent at night. -Zip up anything you ...

    Picture this....

    A travel blog entry by amyanddave on Jun 02, 2014

    1 comment

    ... running water is a big one. Out here you take note of every drop of water you use in your tank. Your water supply also determines how many days you can camp. How quickly you start to add up your normal daily usage at home compared to out here. Astonishing. Prior to "wilderness camping," Dave and I had gone to campsites with some facilities (toilet/shower). I definitely missed the memo distinguishing "regular camping" from ...

    Skeleton Coast & other lovely seaside locales

    A travel blog entry by amyanddave on Jun 02, 2014

    1 comment, 42 photos

    ... by the vast "nothingness" your awareness is heightened for even the smallest hint of something new to see. "Look there! A boulder! What a big boulder!" "Was that a butterfly?" "Was that a grasshopper??!!" "Wow, look at the ground. All the grass is gone! Just dirt now." "What an interesting hill." I say this all with great due respect for the beauty that is "nothingness." I am not normally a mouth-breather, but during our travels, I often find myself staring ...