Uris Safari Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Etosha National Park
... special, there are only 85 in the 22,000 km2 park! Within the park is the 2nd largest salt flat in the world! It was very impressive. Some log is present; catfish and turtles turn to a semi coma state during the dry season when all the waters gone! We ended up sleeping in a lay-by tonight to save dollar. There wasn't any traffic all night though and when the sun went down at 6:00pm and the stars came out it was still ...
... around in the morning sun.
As the day went on and the sun became hotter the animals became less frequent as they disappeared off to find shade. We had a bite to eat and started making the hour drive out of the park only to see a rhino taking a drink at another watering hole.
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... me in their room. So here I was locked in!!!! I bellowed out the window but of course no one was around. Then I spotted this guy. I shouted to him to please go and call my sister Joy who was watching the rugby as I was locked in! ( wonder what he thought) Well done SA!! You played a fantastic game and all us loyal supporters in Etosha loved seeing you give the World 15 a beating! So till the next installment Love and miss youxxxxx
... were actually further back. As we realised our funny mistake a herd of zebras walked past and then all of a sudden, the lions were up! We thought we might be invited to a zebra BBQ but the lions mustn't of been of hungry as they slowly retreated. No kill but still very cool to watch them contemplate their dinner. Lucky for those lion rocks otherwise we would of missed all of the wild action :) Heading from the lions to our camp we saw lots of other animals: hartebeest, wildebeest, ...
... a white rhino charging ahead and crossing the road just in front of us. The distant clouds and rain gave a beautiful rainbow to top off an incredible sunset. Back at the campsite we were very lucky as a big storm had come through and blown 3 of the tents and broken the frame of one but our tent was dry and undamaged. There is a floodlight waterhole here that you can view the animals day and night but nothing was ...
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PO Box 6784, Etosha National Park | 3 star hotelfrom $213