Fisherman's Lodge

PO Box 200, Hentiesbaai, Namibia | Lodge
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A travel blog entry by sarah85 on Oct 16, 2013

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... a few hours relaxing in the shade playing cards and reading as it was far too hot to do anything else!! One of the local Damara people came to meet us and show us some San rock art and we explored some of the cool rock formations. There are some really cool lizards here (red handed agamas) who have beautiful red and blue scales and do this funny little push-up dance. We had another delicious braai for dinner- kudu sausages this time, ...

Dorob National Park

A travel blog entry by parleusted on Feb 14, 2013

1 comment, 14 photos

... towards the coast. This is Namibia's highest mountain at 2573m above sea level. We opted not to take the detour to see the White Lady Rock Painting and chose to enjoy the monotonous desert scenery. The monotony was occasionally broken by the presence of "graders" - large vehicles levelling the gravel road. These roads tend to form crests and troughs over time. It is a much easier ride to drive on well used paths unless ...

Cape Cross Seal Reserve

A travel blog entry by neilandchris on Jul 22, 2009

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Cape Cross Seal Colony 22nd July 2009

It didn't take us long to reach Cape Cross from Walvis Bay. The road is tarred but as the weather was foggy (a cold front coming in) there was little to see of the landscape. What we could see was barren desert with little vegetation or habitation. Lots of places to fish as the Atlantic Ocean is here, but some ...

Week 1 Namibia

A travel blog entry by heatherjuline on Oct 22, 2007

3 comments, 15 photos

I arrived in Windhoek last Saturday and then left on Sunday. I rented a car with a British guy in his late 50's and an American lady in her early 30's. It was an adventure to say the least. Our first stop was to Etosha National Park. It was a great park to see wildlife in because there are fewer trees and less brush than Kruger. I was able to see the Etosha Pan (a salt pan which covers a third of the park), lions during ...


A travel blog entry by cat2222 on Sep 27, 2007

7 photos

For more photos to go with this section - you may need to cut and paste it into your browser to get it to work: mibiaCapeCrossSealRes erveSwakopmund Thursday 27th - We drove to Swakopmund via the Cape Cross seal reserve - it was really really smelly!! There were lots of jackals around the seals and every now and then one would try and sneak in amongst the seals and steal a baby seal cub!! We watched it happen a ...