Etosha Safari Lodge & Camp
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEtosha Safari Lodge & Camp Etosha National Park
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... that we weren’t sure if we were identifying correctly. During our second night, we heard a rattling sound outside. Pat went to investigate the fallen over garbage bin, and lo and behold (lol), a huge 'skunk’ ran out of the bin. Pat shone his light on it as Gail said, "Pat, What are you doing? That IS a skunk!". In the morning, we discovered what the animal really was, when we saw a big honey badger ran around our campsite. Both skunks and honey badgers have a ...
... I would sooner die of thirst to be honest).
Finally if you are tracking elephants and need to know the females from the males, taste their poo and the female's is sweet and the male's is bitter. (Of course it is and no I'd didn't check)
On another subject, tonight a local asked what the weather was like in London now. I told him and he said "wow, when you get back to work, you will have the darkest faces of anyone in the office"
Mmmmm, perhaps ...
... Etosha, it was very comforting to know that we would be sleeping on the roof of the 4WD. We then headed off for the waterhole on site which had been recommended by people at the previous camp. The waterhole was illuminated and had seating around it. When we arrived a family of giraffes were approaching which included a very young one. We then learned what cautious creatures they were. Father watched making sure there was no danger before they came to ...
... strange to see the likes of giraffe and zebras next to the sea! We stopped for photos at the edge of the bright white expanse of the salt pan and chatted to a group of mainly British youngsters who were travelling across Africa by truck. They of course were busy fooling around on the salt pan and setting up trick photographs.
By lunchtime we had reached Namutoni Rest Camp with its whitewashed German Fort. Whilst we checked into ...
... here the chef produced some excellent buffets. At Onguma where I had an amazing Kudu steak (a memorable meal), it was more ala carte.
As we left Etosha I was a little sad knowing that this was to be my final African Safari. The big four I had planned in Savuti, the Okavango Delta & Panhandle, Etosha and Madagascar had certainly surpassed expectations and now I had to wait for the next wild experience in the Amazon in four weeks ...