- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Caprivi Strip
... your stay pleasurable. The immediate area around Nunda has no game and is more for birding, fishing ( best around September) and River cruises. For campers interest there was no trouble with baboons or monkeys due to watchful eye of a monitor. Game viewing available in the nearby Mahango GR and Bwabwata National Park and Buffalo Game Park but no stopping for us - remember we were on a mission for next camp!
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... to! It was very foggy due to the hot desert air hitting the cold ocean air which gave the place an eery feeling, and it was full of massive old fashioned, and gaudy coloured mansion type houses. There was no grass or anything green just sand, sand and sand and fog. The north of the town sits right on top of a giant sand dune that dropped straight into the ocean. That was kind of impressive but I don't think I would want my house to be on a hill made of sand right on the windy, ...
... Climbed up a bit to watch the sunset, whilst some of the others climbed right the way up. Sat around a while waiting for dinner, which was kudu and oryx steak with mash and gravy - so so good! After dinner we went back up the rock and lay there looking at the stars. Saw 12 shooting stars, but the moment was ruined slightly by some inappropriate conversations with Jerry and a picture of him mooning. Went to bed after ...
... sand, powerful red dunes encircled on all sides and loomed high overhead. In the belly of the valley, the red disappeared and instead we saw a stark white crust, cracked and patterned as though a lake had once been here. Black, skeletal trees broke through the pristine white surface, death having taken them decades ago. Their near-petrified bodies still stood at attention, limbs reaching for the rich azure of the cloudless sky above, as though ...
... monkey and roan antelope. New birds included an impressive pair of African fish eagles, African hoopoe and the southern carmine bee-eater. The giant baobab trees lived up to their name. Altogether a very lovely Park. Back to camp under the shade of a knob-thorn tree and a leberwurst tree (sausage tree) we had a lovely camp under a beautiful starlit ...