Namib Naukluft Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... 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.
... kilometre or so. However, we couldn't find any kills in this area, just a raised bank in the centre of the dry river bed and some leopard scat. Perhaps she had been using this centre bank as a staging post to hunt from, as she could see any game coming from either way. We decided to head back to base for lunch and come back out later in the day if she was still here. Sure enough, her most recent GPS point still showed her as being ...
I think last night had to be one of the worst nights sleep in the tent. Gail forced winds created a sand storm inside our tent. This continued until morning, so packing the tents away at 5am all half asleep became an interesting affair. Someone's tent actually blew away! An early morning start was for watching sunrise on top of Dune 45 - a huge sand dune. We arrived at the base along with other overland trucks and ...
... the rest of the way out but immediately got stuck again! We repeated the tow and this time got reinforcements of a huge tough guys who peeled out and hauled ass out of the sand! No more sand driving for us! We hopped on one of the guides land rovers and got dropped off at Deadvlei.
We kept hearing about what we were supposed to see at the sand dunes. We had seen some dead trees on the way in to we thought that was what everyone was talking about. Our guide told us to walk over ...