Duesternbrook Guest Farm

Address: D1499, Windhoek, Namibia | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on D1499, Windhoek, is near Katutura Township.
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      Travel Blogs from Windhoek

      Cape Town to Windhoek 7 - 22 October 2014

      A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Oct 22, 2014

      1 comment, 86 photos

      ... ceremonies and marriage practices. Then he said it is easier now, we just call the girl on our mobiles and ask her out!

      Later we walked to the Natural Bridge, lovely scenery at sunset, and then spotted an Elephant Shrew in a bush.

      Day 11 Brandberg

      Again a remote campsite but this one had showers driven by donkey geyser, a boiler fuelled by wood brought around by donkeys. Desert elephants inhabit the area and have trampled tents twice in the last ...

      Day 34 - Etosha National Park

      A travel blog entry by stuiesmith119 on Oct 06, 2014

      1 photo

      ... cute look on her face when she stretches, I'm learning all about her everyday, when it's sleep time you just leave her too it, I can't wait to find out more. We arrived in Etosha just after 1pm and set up camp, only to find out that we were at the wrong campsite and would have to drive 200km to the correct one. Poor old Kip, this wasn't actually his fault though. The drive was well worthwhile though, we saw numerous elephants, ...

      Ready to Go

      A travel blog entry by africabound14 on Aug 06, 2014

      ... you prezzie.
      Headed north towards Okanjima, our first night in the African outback, travelling up the B1 watching the orange setting sun sink slowly in the West.
      We were met by Daniel, the camp supervisor & directed to our Omboroko camp site.
      A welcome sight awaited with mates sitting around the braai pit, dinner cooking, glass of wine in hand.
      ...

      Fin de la première étape.

      A travel blog entry by maa3 on Jul 15, 2014

      9 comments, 8 photos

      ... word for where the waters gather. There's no hiking at this main viewpoint, but that's not the reason for going there. This is where the waters collect when the Tsauchab River has enough volume and momentum to push its waters into the sand-sea region. It is one of the most popular destinations in the country, yet I felt very isolated by the heat and enormous dunes surrounding me in all directions. As we drove away, I watched a springbok feeding under a solitary green tree. ...

      The story so far...

      A travel blog entry by harryandrews on Jan 29, 2014

      It occurs to me that those of you to whom I have not been nervously offloading my concerns of my upcoming trip might not be fully aware of what I'm doing, so here it is in brief.
      The Tou Trust is the charitable arm of Ultimate Safaris, a well-established tour and safari agency operating in Namibia. The Trust has set up a partnership with a primary school in Grootberg in the north-west of the country (don't bother looking for it on a map - ...