Sossusvlei Wilderness Camp
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSossusvlei Wilderness Camp Namib-Naukluft Park
Motorbikes are not allowed into park, so had to stay, very expensive piece of land
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Up early this morning to go to the dunes that are the largest in the world. Apparently they are beautiful in the morning sun, thus the early start. It is absolutely silent this morning. That's what we've noticed most since we've left Cape Town, this morning more than ever. Not a bird, not a bug, not a breath of wind, nothing I don't think I've ever heard this ...
... so bad.
The town looked like it would be an interesting spot to hang out for three days. It is still heavily influenced by the Germans and that could be seen in the architecture, road names and available beer. The two bedroom room was nice but plain. The bathroom drove Julie crazy with a toilet in one room with no sink and another separate room with a tub/shower and sink. That night we went out to a local spot called ...
... A quick photo op of some of the locals and back on the road to wind up the day at Zebra River Lodge. Some animal spotting on the road (closer to a wide trail) as we approach the lodge, kudu, springbok, and mountain zebra. The mountain zebra is an endangered species, and differs in body type and markings from the more common plain (Burchells) zebra.
As with all of our ...
... in front of your peers - not so easy for a ft old lady though!!! - so did it away from company. Wondered how I was going to prove that I’d done it so took a selfie of my head and shoulders etc for the blog, and another of my bike with my clothes on top of it. Still had my socks and cycle shoes on, my cycle helmet and my camelback rucksack on - and off I went. Did 15km of cycling in the end, and an amazing feeling - put my ...
... we saw the first few wild animals, not competly wild as they live on huge farmland. There were zebras, impalas, springboks and ostriches together with horses. Further along the way when we stopped at some rockformations we saw lovely coloured rock agamas sunbathing on the rocks and a bit later our first oryx.
The lodge is ...