Fish River Lodge

Address: Fish River Canyon, Namibia | 3 star lodge
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This 3 star lodge is located in Fish River Canyon.
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      Fish Canyon Roadhouse Lodge Campsite

      A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Dec 29, 2014

      25 photos

      ... a view of high rocky hills. We were in the closest campsite to the pool and a sun/shade deck with loungers. Yeah! What we really liked was that we felt like we were the only campers in the area. It was so private, surrounded by lots of plants, birds, white butterflies and, at night, thousands of stars. No lights or pollution to block out that sky! We had our own ablution block (washroom), electricity and water faucet. A really nice place to ...

      Fish River Canyon

      A travel blog entry by kmaclean333 on Oct 21, 2014

      8 photos

      ... not nearly as deep as the Grand Canyon, we hiked along about 2km before settling in to wait for the sunset. A few shots of the sunset, but it was very clear which made taking photos a little more challenging, not to mention that I accidentally left my camera/phone in my room, so I ended up using my iPad for photos. Stayed at a neat place called the Canyon Roadhouse, it was ...

      Grand Canyon Of Africa

      A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Sep 22, 2014

      1 comment, 30 photos

      ... bureaucrats, they waved us on mumbling something about Canadian hillbillies.

      Namibia is a large and sparsely populated (2.1 million people) country on Africa's south-west coast which has a surprising German flavour. Surprising because Germany wasn't exactly a beloved colonial occupier initiating a genocide that saw 10,000 Nama (half the population) and approximately 65,000 Hereros (about 80% of the population) killed after the indigenous population took up arms ...

      In the field checking traps

      A travel blog entry by gwoodford on Aug 20, 2014

      6 photos

      ... in the mountainous region which took some time to get to. Game spotting was different up there with Klipspringers being spotted frequently... In addition to the usual Impala, Oryx and Kudu. Apparently three cheetahs were also sighted up there later in the afternoon but we didn't see them. The second camera trap also sported Hyaena tracks as well, so inspection of the camera trap images may reveal the owner of ...

      Laura, Hilderbeest and I tour Namibia!

      A travel blog entry by alycetravels on Mar 14, 2014

      2 comments, 179 photos

      ... dry where we were driving. Luckily we had both had a pretty good animal fix before coming to Nam, and the rhino was enough excitement for the day!

      After we finished at Etosha we hit the road north, heading towards a town called Opuwa, where we were looking forward to visiting a Himba tribe. The Himba are very well known for their dress, they mix butter or fat with red ochre and paint their entire bodies and their hair. They wear an animal skin skirt, jewellery made ...