Etosha Safari Lodge & Camp
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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So we are now off to Etosha National Park and as Safari virgins Sally and Gary have been invited to write this blog. Just hope that we can reach the standard of blogging that Shaun and Louise have set!
We set off from Opuwo Country Campsite in Kaokoveld on our new venture. The first challenge was to cross the Veterinary Fence which was a checkpoint manned by police and game wardens. This is in place to try and reduce the risk of foot and ...
... of noise late the previous night which I now realised was probably the hyenas cleaning up after the kill. We continued our drive and suddenly came upon a group of lions. They still had blood on their faces and were looking lazy and contented.
There didn't appear to be much else around until we approached a waterhole and found that seven or eight hyenas were bathing there. Their bellies were bulging and they were happily playing ...
... of giraffe, elephants, rhinos, springbok, lions, etc. take turns at the water. Also, throughout the park you must be OUT OF THE PARK by sunset or be eaten. However, here you stay inside the park so you can watch the varied animals all night long. With a glass of wine in hand. Also, our room was quite ...
... it was funny to see how they interact with each other. One zebra got in water and
couldn't get out, so he freaked out a bit and eventually threw himself over the bank and back onto safe, solid ground. There were a few tiny, very cute, baby zebras with their moms.
We drove on an found a spot near the road with a tree and high grass. There were 3 lions sleeping in grass, but they were a way back from the road so we couldn’t get great photos without a ...
... Social Weaver bird nest.
Went to the waterhole at 6 am and saw a herd of zebra, 2 jackal and that was all. We could
see the birds nest better today. It is a huge construction which
encloses families of birds, all in separate nests within the large
mass. There must have been at least a hundred in the one nest. It is
almost like if they have a new baby they build a new room! On our
return to the vehicle we found Kirsty surrounded by ...