Fisherman's Lodge

Address: PO Box 200, Hentiesbaai, Namibia | Lodge
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This lodge is located on PO Box 200, Hentiesbaai.
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Travel Blogs from Hentiesbaai


A travel blog entry by sarah85 on Oct 16, 2013

5 photos

We had a sleep in this morning as we didn't have to hit the road til 10:30. We're all pretty used to getting up at 6 now so made the most of the wifi before packing our bags. We've a new family member joining us today: Ken from Arkansas. He's in his 60s and gets a leave pass from his wife to go adventuring for 2 weeks every year! We've now got 10 nationalities in our group of 22. We had a short drive today to reach Spitzkoppe, ...

Dorob National Park

A travel blog entry by parleusted on Feb 14, 2013

1 comment, 14 photos

Have you ever watched a bird battling its own mirror image? We were leaving Khorixas and headed for the Skeleton Coast when we noticed this on our car's side view mirror. We'd seen this earlier on our trip in Senegal when a Red-billed Hornbill exhibited this identical behavior. I guess any other male bird of the same species looks like a rival. This sparrow must have heaved a sigh of relief when we took off in our car ...

Henties Bay

A travel blog entry by carlos.quijano on Jun 22, 2012

21 photos

Henties must be a fisherman paradise. Everything is geared towards fishing. Signposts about fishing spots everywhere. The bakkies have fishing rods carriers, It is just "unreal". Initially, we decided to go to Jackalspit as Anita used to go there as a child with Oupa. Well, there is nothing. See the photos of the camp site. (If the wind blows, there is absolutely nothing to hold onto). ...

Cape Cross Seal Reserve

A travel blog entry by neilandchris on Jul 22, 2009

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... fishing points are only accessible by 4WD as you have to drive over sand.

The Cape Cross Seal Reserve is open 10 – 5 and there is a charge for each person and the vehicle. After parking your car you can walk along the walkways to view the seals. This is home to the largest breeding colony in the world. An awesome sight of mothers with ...

Week 1 Namibia

A travel blog entry by heatherjuline on Oct 22, 2007

3 comments, 15 photos

... and ostriches which I didn't see in Kruger. The camping here was slightly expensive maybe 12 dollars a night but the bathrooms more than made up for it. They were incredible. I wanted to take a picture but that would of been too weird. The camp had a watering hole which they light up with a floodlight. It was a great place to see game at night and early in the morning. Next we went to Twelfefenton to see Bushman carvings. ...