Kulala Wilderness Camp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Another 5am wake-up call this morning, and this time it is to get to the dunes to catch the rising sun. An African sunrise is as spectacular as the sunsets, but the way the morning shadows play amongst the dunes will almost bring a tear to your eye!
Stunning colour, shadows and mysterious mountain backdrops make you quickly forget that this …
... en plus que j'y pense, je me rends compte que ce mot représente presque à la perfection l'écosystème de ce pays. Le jour il peut faire horriblement chaud tandis que la nuit, on s'enfouit sous les couvertes pour rester au chaud. La faune et la flore tant qu'à elles, sont aussi bien représentées par ce mot: certains coin de pays sont abondant en vie alors que les déserts ne contiennent que des petits grains de roche rouge. Seules quelques petites bestioles osent ...
... toe I made a decision to hike a little way so I could get photos from a height rather than struggle to the top and get none. The views were outstanding and it’s easy to see why this part of the world is becoming so popular. It was limited time here unfortunately as the park was closing, but we only had a short drive to our camp which was in the precinct. After some big climbs I treated myself to extra chocolate and a couple of cidars. ...
... br> are referred to as living fossils. One other interesting thing are
the red beetles that live solely on these plants. Then we carried on
towards Sessriem, on the way we passed the Tropic of Capricorn and
shortly after that we decided to stop at a farm campsite. Here we met
once more a German that we had first met in Senegal and so we spent
the night chatting to him. He has stopped travelling and is now
working at the ...
... for the most part.
Then there are the "D" roads. We fully intended to avoid the "D" roads, which are narrow and unpaved and not at all safe to drive in a 2WD vehicle during the rainy season. Southern Namibia is just coming out of the rainy season, and everything we had read said that you didn't need 4WD in March if you stuck to the bigger roads. Unknown to us until we got there, however, part of the big C road that we planned to take to Sossusvlei had ...