Okaukuejo Rest Camp
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOkaukuejo Rest Camp Etosha National Park
Un camping trop en demande! Les toilettes et les douches sont bondés. Il faudrait qu'ils en rajoutent.
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On quitte Halali en direction de Okaukuejo. En route, on s'arrête à quelques points d'eau pour voir des animaux. On va aussi voir la grande plaine d'Etosha. Il s'agit d'une
grande plaine sèche où rien ne pousse. C'est désertique sans aucune élévation.
Ça nous permet de faire des essais photographiques. C'est plaisant mais on ne
le fait …
Last night not as cold and we felt more rested. Our all-day safari took us towards the east and half way along, the gigantic salt pan. Lots more animals today and opportunities to get some up close-up pictures of Kudu, Oryx, Zebra etc. Lunch at Halehal Camp where we enjoyed a cold drink and ice-cream. Walked out to a viewing platform at a water- …
Another cold night, an early start and off to Etosha National Park. Kilometre after kilometre of thorny scrubland. We visited a waterhole just outside the gate of the park where the ground, strewn with white rock, had an unearthly appearance. Here were Oryx, Springbok, Kudu and a big bull Elephant. Entering the fenced camping area we set up tents, …
Yesterday we drove through Etosha National Park in Namibia. It was so so dry and dusty! Honori, our cook had placed all his crates in plastic bags to lessen the dust impact! Well, we drove and drove...saw lots of zebras, springbok, oryx and ostrich...a few giraffes and a couple of elephants. Just before lunch Lionel called "stop!stop!stop!" He had …
Heading into Etosha National Park. Very widespread, we have are planning a full game drive through the park, but have been told because of the recent rains, we may not see as many animals.
I am still hoping to see a leopard, however I might just have to reside with the fact the only one I will see is the stuffed one at the bar in Windhoek last …