AndBeyond Sossusvlei Desert Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... further into the park towards Death Valley. Only accessible by 4WD we hopped into open air trucks and headed in. After a short hike we made it. Death Valley is an amazing spectacle, a huge dry clay pan, filled with 1000 year old dead Acacia trees, surrounded by massive apricot sand dunes. It was quite a magical place. Needing to kill some time waiting for our ...
... in and amongst the massive dunes, is this perfectly flat, long sand plain, which is home to hundred of dead trees. The local bushman believe them to be 100,000 years old but no one really knows the age. All we do know is that it’s been long enough for the sand dunes to form and block the river that once nourished the area.
... the beach at the end of the trans Am trail and look how well I did with that).
Now we know why every car is a Toyota.
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I wonder if Land Rover are not leaving behind the thing that built their reputation, the new Discovery is north of £60,000 and the Defender is now out of production. I guess they don't care. Why both making a proper tough vehicle capable of withstanding the Namib desert when they can sell a Range Rover for £100,000 where only the near ...
... our lodge near the Dunes. The drive took much longer than expected because we decided to stop to do a short hike in the Nakuluft Mountains. We arrived at Sossusvlei Lodge early afternoon with only enough time to check out Sesreim canyon before sunset - this pretty much looked like canyons in Utah!
Our lodge was situated right next to the gate -- so we could not get into the park before sunrise but could get in right at 6:30. The lodge was quite nice - we had our own tent ...