Namib Naukluft Lodge
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- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Namib Naukluft Lodge Sossusvlei
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... is the oldest on the planet, having experienced a dry climate for longer than any other. We are here during the southern hemisphere summer, so it is very hot ... 40 degrees most afternoons. This means there are very few other tourists. Those who are here are mostly northern Europeans, especially Germans. Namibia was a German colony until the end of WW1 and the German influence remains.
The Kulala Desert Lodge is on the edge of ...
... font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">For millennia it has just existed in all it's stunning beauty.
I've ridden or driven through most terrain in a wide variety of places in the world but never deep sand (well ...
... auto;">Not a single Land Rover Defender.
These are tough vehicles and although we don't yet know what the Namib will be like, the cars here aren't tricked up toys.
... was now getting fainter and we couldn't tell if she was on top of the mountain and we were moving into the signals shadow, if she was actually in a cave and the signal was being blocked or if she was moving deeper into a canyon which was masking the signal. Either way, she was much higher than is as deeper into the mountain. So we called it a day and headed back to base camp. That evening we focused on relaxing and getting and early night for the trip to Solitaire in the ...
After breakfast this morning we got the latest download of the GPS coordinates for 'Lightening', a study leopard at Neuras. We then grabbed the telemetry gear and headed out to see if we could find her and the recent suspected kill site that she had been going back to over a few days. We first reached the area where her last GPS cording was received from. Sure enough, she was located in the thick bush area, as confirmed by the ...