Kulala Wilderness Camp
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Travel Blogs from Sossusvlei
... we passed a lodge or farm with names like Lovedale and Barbie lodge hmmmm maybe these people live to far away from civilisation?!
Then only 50km to go before we got on our destination for today we got a flat tire, luckily we changed it in 5 minutes and could go on, only less relaxed because we don't have a spare anymore now. But what ever happens we got our tent and food for a week!
We made it until Sesriem our place for the coming days. Here we will visit ...
... I’m not sure how accurate that claim is, but I have to say it was one big pile of sand and it took us a while. Sliding down on our butts was a lot more fun and required significantly less effort.
Sitting at the top of Big Daddy you are greeted with the perfect stillness of a mountain morning. The dunes stretch in every direction forming peaks, ridges, and spines that look like sandy versions of what ...
We travelled about 300klms stopping at Wallvis Bay to see the Flamingos very strange birds in massive groups feedind in the shollows. We then proceeded to about the halfway point in the moonscape granite mountains. Nothing much grows here and you can see that there was a lot of volcanic activity throwing rocks everywhere. From here we travelled to the lodge where we ...
... according to Jay is a proper girls' day out! We then drove to the campsite, stopping to stock up on chocolate, crisps and Magnums. After setting up camp we are all now sitting in front of the fire watching Kate attempt to lift pots around the fire (Adam to the rescue there!) as we wait for a dinner of rice, sausage and veggies and then a marshmallow toasting session!
... am and departed to the largest sand dunes in Africa and the 3rd largest national park in the world. We would be dressed in our puffy winter jackets and long pants as the temp would be less than 40 degrees. Zoe even wore mittens. The Namib desert was right in the backyard of our lodge and only a short drive to the most amazing sand dunes I have ever seen. The most photographed sand dune in the world is #45. It has a twist and a turn with a large acacia tree at the base. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking