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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 …
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Now we feel like we are in Africa! We visit watering holes and have been very lucky to see herds on elephants, zebras, wildebeests, giraffes, some rhinos, impalas and a few warthogs. One camp had a protected watering hole lit up ...
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Etosha National Park was the third big safari I had planned for on this trip in Southern Africa. The national park itself is quite different to the other two we had visited as it is dominated by a vast salt pan. This ensures this is a very dry environment, even though we were visiting just after the rainy season. Many people en route had told us that Etosha is characterised by its varied and many waterholes which ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...