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Travel Blogs from Etosha National Park
Um 06.00 Uhr öffnen wir die Vorhänge und geniessen vom Bett aus den Sonnenaufgang. Nach dem Frühstück geht die Fahrt um 08.00 Uhr los mit dem Ziel Etosha Nationalpark. Unterwegs sehen wir viele Termitenhügel und wir steigen aus um diese zu besichtigen.
Wir fahren über das Andersson-Gate in den Etosha Nationalpark. Das Rastlager Okaukuejo …
... this case the deluxe prefix did not disappoint. Originally, I had tried to book sites at the government run campgrounds inside the national parks, however these were blocked booked months in advance and full. Nevertheless the Onguma Reserve had some excellent reviews online. After a 9 km journey through the reserve to the fenced campsite, we were both a little dubious. But this was a real paradise with each site secluded amongst tall trees. A ...
... and quite a few lions, giraffes and zebras We visited the salt pans which were so vast. As the afternoon sun struck the salt as far as the eye cold see was a mirage, the sun hitting the white salt made it almost unbearable to look at, sunglasses were a must. We arrived at camp Namutoni which previously was used as an army base and acted as a control post during the rinderpest epidemic, there is a ...
... that evening at a
site within the park, we were able to walk down to a water hole viewing area.
This resulted in observing 3 rhinos (including one adorable baby) and a
spectacular, once again, sunset.
After dinner we returned, as the park has some
lighting projected onto the watering hole, and it doesn’t seem to sway animals.
We were treated to a troupe of 8 elephants drinking for quite a period of ...
... early this morning. The gates only open at 6. 22 ( not 6.30!! ) We had an incredible sighting of zebra. There were over 100 of them together. What a sight. The springbok here are like the impala in Kruger. You see them at every turn! The terrain here is ideal for game viewing. It is absolutely flat with low growing bush. The actual Etosha Pan is completely and utterly bare, not a bush in sight. Yet the animals love it. I think ...