Ugab Terrace Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Enjoyed our morning at Engoro, breakfasting with the wildlife, especially the birds, before heading north to our next stop. Along the way, we drove into the Brandenberg ranges to take a look at the famous White Lady rock art. The 5k round walk was very pretty but doing it in the middle of day was not the best idea. Our guide, Reon, was great value …
... most of the villages stay primarily isolated from Western cultures. I'm ambivalent about the visit to this village. On one hand it provided some exposure, albeit somewhat contrived, to a traditional tribal way of life, but it also felt like an intrusion. Unlike visiting what I'd refer to as a living museum, these people were not actors, and we were essentially traipsing through their home. Everyone posed nicely for the cameras but I can't help but ...
... of cheetahs! The owners also let us watch the cheetahs being fed, which consisted of a bucket full of raw meat. Whilst we watched them attack the meat, we knew they were not tame and you did not want to be on the wrong side of them!
Our next stop was to see the semi wild cheetahs. These ones we could not pet and we were not allowed off the truck as we drove through the sanctuary. As ...
If you have seen African elephants in their
natural habitat and you see that they eat more than 300Kg of food and drink 150
litres of water per day you can not imagine that this giant can survive in the
desert. But they do, they adapted to these harsh circumstances.
Before we found the first elephant we spotted Steenbokkies and Orix in the dry river bed. Quite a few nice birds were calling in the Huab river bed.
Johan Burger is ...
... 160; We stopped the truck and heard what wild cheetahs sound like when they are hungry. It’s a very surprising sound! The cheetahs bark a little and make a lot of noises that sound like birds chirping. It’s not at all what you’d expect from a ferocious wild cat. One seemed to even meow like a house cat. The owners pulled large scraps of meat from the garbage can and threw them ...