Vogelstrausskluft Lodge

Address: Near Keetmanshoop, Fish River Canyon, Namibia | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Near Keetmanshoop, Fish River Canyon.
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Travel Blogs from Fish River Canyon

Nomad Day 3 - Aye yi yi in Ai Ais Lodge

A travel blog entry by lindbladtravels on Jun 05, 2015

4 photos

... returns to shore and an interesting chat with a South African who is quite the outdoorsman and amateur wildlife photographer, we eat a nice lunch and head out.

The vast expanse of the desert is soon revealed. On the east side of the truck sandy/rocky terrain with large hills of sand and rock prevails, while on the west side of the truck the landscape is composed of more scrub bush, with some green bordering the Orange River. As an aside, ...

Second biggest hole in the ground Apparently.

A travel blog entry by bwanabob on May 23, 2015

5 comments, 46 photos


Well an early morning walk around Canyon Lodge certainly brought out the beauty of this place.

Set among towering rocks one would not know this place existed. The chalets are surrounded by lush green grass - such a contrast to the surrounds- and much to the delight of the local Jack Rabbits, Kudu, and Springbok. The Oryx are not welcome as they yank ...

Stage 85: Konkiep Lapa to Sesheim: 127km; 500m

A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Apr 29, 2015

10 photos

... feeling very hungry so had more than usual at lunch, and therefore found myself non-stop yawning all afternoon, and struggling to keep my eyes open. Very slow and lethargic, being overtaken by lots of riders as I slowly made my way up the gradual climb from 81-89km. Did wonder why Trish in front was going so slow up one of the hills and then I overtook her and Kevin at the top of the ...

Desert Survival (D&D Days 15-17)

A travel blog entry by peteandal on Mar 28, 2015

8 photos

... hot again. The difference in weather about 45 minutes out of Swakopmond was crazy. It was cold and raining and 45 down the road it was hot hot sunshine. I was happy to be back to the heat as Swakopmond was a bit of a shock (more of a relief for Pete).

There was a tiny pool, probably the smallest pool I've ever seen that wasn't a jacuzzi. Only Jana swam in it and in two strokes she had swam the length of it.

That afternoon we went out on a desert tour ...

Another hole in the ground?

A travel blog entry by tonyrwebb on Mar 25, 2015

... up camp - not the best time given the sun angle straight into the camera but the views were with the visit

They ay that any group goes through the forming norming storming and (if it gets the storming stage right) performing stages. Storming is happening -

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