Le Mirage Desert Lodge & Spa

District road C27, Sesriem, Namibia | Inn
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This inn is located on District road C27, Sesriem.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Le Mirage Desert Lodge & Spa Sesriem

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Travel Blogs from Sesriem

Sossusvli, la rencontre des eaux! Quelles eaux?

A travel blog entry by maa3 on Jul 14, 2014

11 comments, 10 photos

... guide was quick to tell me they could not see and we laughed because we were even .A note that this is the first heat we have since our arrival in Namibia. In Algeria, someone had told me: "Africa is a cold land where the sun is hot We made fully experience The day was busy, our sleep will benefit!..



Today, returning gigantic sand dunes of the Namib Desert, michel asked us to describe Namibia in a word. My ...

Day 5: Sossusvlei Dunes

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on May 04, 2014

42 photos

... sand dunes created by the sand blown from the oceans, sand which originated in the Kalahari and washed down stream by the Orange River. As the dunes block the river flow the water collects in the areas in front and eventually dries up with the remaining clay and silt creating the pans. This has also affected the water supply of the areas trees, the camel thorn acacias. The Deadvlei pan is home to 800 year old camel thorns only they died about 500 years ago due to the blockage of the ...

Balloon Flight

A travel blog entry by couillard on Mar 30, 2014

22 photos

... British pilot and proceed with the instructions. We were twelve passengers which included three pilots. The owner with a pilot in training and our pilot. Louise did not sleep much, she was awake at 3:30 out of excitement for the day ahead. It was just a wonderful day but with hardly any wind, we seem to rise to the desired height and sort of stayed in the same area. Had a wonderful breakfast after an uneventful, soft ...

"This is What We Call Adventure"

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Mar 19, 2014

1 comment, 61 photos

... obstacle. We chose the wrong side one time, however, and promptly got stuck. We were at least 12 kilometers from the nearest sign of civilization--that sign of civilization being a farm that had certainly looked abandoned, and possibly condemned, when we drove past it 15 minutes earlier.

Dennis was driving, but immediately hopped out and I scooted over to the driver's seat to floor the gas pedal while he pushed and pushed and we inched our way forward ...

Into Namibia

A travel blog entry by jennifersarah on Dec 19, 2013

29 photos

I met up with my tour group on Saturday. We are an interesting group to say the least. We have Canadians, Americans, Aussies, a Kiwi, a Finnish, a Norwegian, Brits, Irish, and Kenyans on board. Unfortunate to my truckmates I am picking up some of their words and accents without intending to. The first time someone said "I'm going to put on my jumper" I was confused. (It's a sweater for those who don't know). Now I find myself calling my flashlight a torch and vegetables veg and the list ...