Wolwedans Dunes Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... giraffe, rhino and different antelope. We found a shady spot to sit as we watched the bosses of the watering hole (the elephants) chase away any other animal other elephants. Even the baby elephants were joining in and charging at the lingering antelope. The one animal they didn't chase away was a lonesome rhino, who, from the outskirts could see what these bullies were doing to these poor animals just wanting a drink, so he began ...
... and were able to see the 6 lazy lions they were looking at. They didn't move an inch while we were there. We didn't stay too long. Oh, and earlier on I forgot to mention the stop we had at a watering hole, we watched as 3 giraffes came down for a drink, separating their legs so their heads could reach the water. Funniest thing to watch, but so cool. The entire watering hole, with the guinea fowl, giraffes and impala all having their ...
... of it's atmosphere. After finishing with the meteorite we bid farewell and returned to the truck. We continued on to a small town call Rundu where we acquired some Namibian dollars and purchased supplies for the next few days. Aside from the normal cheese and cracker type purchases, we bought a couple of luxury items which we decided we deserved after a couple of days on the road. Our purchases included Beef biltong and a crate of Windhoek beer. The biltong was ...
The second largest Canyon in the world. We got dropped off at one viewing point and made our way on foot around the canyon to another viewing point.. We all got some amazing photos despite the cloudy and rainy day, as we get closer to South Africa. As we reach the end and the viewing point where our truck awaits, we are greeted with a table of food and champagne from Chris and Errol to toast our last night in Namibia. Photos to ...
We travelled back up north in Botswana after the Okavango Delta to cross over into Namibia. It was going to be a few days of long drives to get to the main attraction of Namibia – Etosha National Park. The first day's drive was pretty straight forward to get to our campsite at the top of the country. It took a little while to get through the border, not surprising as there were 20 of us all arriving at one time, but soon we were in country ...