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- Reduced mobility rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Ngepi Camp Caprivi Strip
Travel Blogs from Caprivi Strip
... numerous ablutions to cope with the overlander groups and a basic Restaurant which we made use of to try their home made pizza - yum! No views or water holes but this is the ideal overnight stop for campers and is kid friendly whether one is heading to eastern Botswana or the other route to Namibia, Angola or Caprivi.
Were we tired of camping - NO, did we enjoy the odd spoiling - YES ! Mixing it up with camping and tented/lodge accommodation ...
... site. We drove about 10m and found one right on top in the trees, again we were blown away by paying just 10 bucks! We set up our camp 2m from the river edge and 30m from the mist of the falls. The noise was incredible! During the night I had to resort to ear plugs! But it sure is amazing waking up in a tent and looking over the Epupa Falls. We did an early morning walk into the valley and then back out along the top of the southern ridge. Just beautiful. We waved to Angola ...
... safer as Ruth managed to flip her quad. Still had good fun though. Walked back to the house and then ran down to the beach for the sunset, but managed to miss most of it. Went to a square pizza place for dinner, had boerwors (sausage), chutney, onion and feta which was nice, then went back to the house and played cards for a while with the hipster hat and pink feather. Quiet and early ...
... got prepared and we ate around 3pm – Christmas dinner was a BBQ and consisted of chicken, steak, potato salad and coleslaw plus wine. We all pulled crackers and wore the silly hats on our heads. We were all stuffed after our dinner and spent the afternoon sleeping, drinking, swimming and relaxing. Around 8pm we pulled out the leftovers from Christmas dinner plus cheese, crackers, crisps and chocolates and had an all sorts buffet for tea. In the ...
... right here, right now, would look just like this. A peaceful realization like this, felt at this moment on top of one of the world’s largest dunes, in the middle of the Namibian desert, can sweep a person into the most serene of states.
Eventually I conceded that I needed to leave my perch. Some chose to roll down the dune. I didn’t fancy digging sand out of heavens knows where for the next week so I chose instead to run ...