Kiripotib Guest Farm

Address: Dordabis, Windhoek, 9000, Namibia | Ranch
 
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This ranch is located on Dordabis, Windhoek.
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    Travel Blogs from Windhoek

    Treffpunkt Windhoek, Namibia

    A travel blog entry by jurgli on Aug 08, 2015

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    Well, my Swiss relies finally arrived several hours late at Windhoek airport about 4:30pm today - very un-Swiss like! Funny, but Lenu was going to arrive later than the others, but the flight of the others was delayed in J-berg by several hours, so Lenu ended up arriving first! So of course we played a bit of a trick on the others - he hid in the airport, and I pretended that he hadn't arrived yet ;-)! ...

    Namibia - here we come!

    A travel blog entry by jurgli on Aug 07, 2015

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    After a pretty uneventful flight from Cape Town up to Windhoek, I got picked up by one of the drivers from the Chameleon hostel, the one managed by Claire, a friend of Argène's who organised my part of our safari and did an absolutely fantastic job getting me mostly into the same places as my relies, despite their travel agent saying it was impossible at this late notice! The drive into Windhoek to the hostel was quite an experience itself. Leaving ...

    Sossusvlei Weekend

    A travel blog entry by graingergibbs on Aug 02, 2015

    We set off on Friday morning for sossusvlei: one of the oldest deserts in Namibia. Driving south from Windhoek we were soon out of the city and leaving the suburban westernisation of the capital city. Large,wide malls and industrial buildings became few and clusters of houses thinned out, passing other cars soon became a shock more then an unnoticeable constant. The land flannel out stretching for miles left and right of the dirt and rocky path cleared for cars. The expanse either side is ...

    Faux Friday fun

    A travel blog entry by graingergibbs on Jul 30, 2015

    This was a short week; only four days giving us a long weekend to go explore. We worked ******* the pice and it's great to see it starting to fit together. Costumes, music cutting and promotional pictures make it all more real! Was quite exciting to see my face being on the poster and realising that I am lucky enough to play the main character in the piece (it's been a great year for performances and ...

    Back to Africa: Namibian Semester Break 2015

    A travel blog entry by koppers on Jan 23, 2015

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    ... one of those dunes -- no small undertaking, mind you -- all of those adjectives get amplified -- especially when you are at the top alone, taking in the expansive landscape by yourselves.

    We spent two nights camping at Sesriem, the only campground inside the park. It was our favorite campsite of the whole trip, and, despite the fact that it was still a 45-60 minute drive to the dunes and vleis of note, it was ...