Kiripotib Guest Farm

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

    Research, kittens and Carnivores

    A travel blog entry by gwoodford on Oct 03, 2014

    10 photos

    ... quite docile. Unlike other snakes, they don't get out of your way when you come near. So we could sit right next to them whilst our researcher explained to us information about the snake and the research project. All the while the snake did not move. Interestingly, as it was explained to us, when a snake starts to get agitated, like when they are being poked or prodded, they exhibit behavioural changes. For instance the flicking of the tongue first, then the turning of the ...

    Cheetah Run, Horses, Kittens and Carnivore Feeding

    A travel blog entry by gwoodford on Oct 02, 2014

    22 photos

    ... and then they need half an hour to recover. Good exercise for them! Next there was taking care of the horses. This meant mucking out their pens, which didn't take too long, then fetching hay for them and finally topping up their water. There was then the option of riding them, but I opted to do more Animal Time with TJ the baby mongoose and the wild cat kittens instead. That really paid off as I again got to cuddle not ...

    Induction and food preparation

    A travel blog entry by gwoodford on Sep 30, 2014

    3 photos

    ... group was doing the Food Preparation activity. Most of the actual preparation had been done at this stage so the second part was the feeding. This involved feeding the chooks, peacocks, ostriches, vervet monkeys, baboons, meerkats, goats, horses and an old cheetah called Samira. I was pretty pooped after dinner so was in bed before farmers ...

    Naankuse - Animal Time

    A travel blog entry by gwoodford on Sep 29, 2014

    15 photos

    ... and involved spending time in a large cage with some cute baby animals. There were 3 wild cat kittens, a baby vulture, mongoose, squirrel and a number of rabbits. A lot of the time was spent keeping the kittens from attacking the baby squirrel. The baby mongoose, 'TJ', seemed to be able to take care of himself. One particular kitten found it's way into my lap and stayed there for an hour and a half until the group session changed to the cheetah cubs. ...

    The unplanned Namibian road trip!

    A travel blog entry by sharonandjim on Aug 06, 2014

    2 comments, 59 photos

    ... art which is found inside the valleys of Mt Brandberg. We arrived at the campsite, determined to make a go of this camping thing, but the conditions here were a little unexpected. The campground was set on a huge stretch of land with absolutely no electricity at all and no facilities. I freaked out. Jim thought we should just go with it and survive the night! We had also been told that a herd of elephants had trampled through the camp grounds the previous night and ...