Le Mirage Desert Lodge & Spa
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Up at 04:30 to drive 60kms into the desert to the dunes and watch the sun rise.
I cannot imagine there are many places on earth like this. My God it's remote.
From the capital to the proper Namibia Desert they call the Sand Sea.
Stunning drive starting out on tarmac through harsh rocky mountains changing to 200 Kms of gravel trail with the scenery gradually changing to softer lower mountains as we got ...
Today was another long day on the bus we are covering a massive amount of ground each day we are up before sunrise around 5 am so we can get all the driving done and out of the way for the day, the only good thing about being up so early is that we see a lot of wildlife first thing. Spotted a springbok. We usually arrive in camp early afternoon so we can do our activities and set up camp. Long days but most of this trip ...
... ago the river diverted its course, leaving Deadvlei literally high and dry. Deadvlei has been claimed to be surrounded by the highest sand dunes in the world, the highest reaching 300-400 meters which rest on a sandstone terrace. Supposedly the highest dune in the world is called "Big Daddy".
While the Malaysian guy headed to the Big Daddy we took it easy and decided to climb one of the smaller dunes from where we could have a nice view of the sun rising above the Big ...
4TH DECEMBER 2013 – Western Cape, South Africa
On the 30th, we drove from the Skeleton Coast to the Namib desert. We camped for one night on a private farm where we did a desert walk with a local bushman who explained how he had survived for 7 days hiking in the desert, sucking water from the ground with roots of an acacia tree, and how his father taught him to store water in an ostrich egg sealed with wax which they ...