Travel reviews by Mr F & Ms G - Surrey
Two week self-drive in March
On this trip, I visited Namibia between 7-Mar-2014 and 23-Mar-2014 and I travelled with 1 other person.
This is the best time of year to visit! Many lodges are nearly empty and you benefit from personal attention.
We decided to take a risk on the rain in early March and while there were one or two thunderstorms we had absolutely no problems on the roads. I would encourage anyone who is considering it to rent a 4x4 and take the plunge. The gravel roads are very easy to drive on, very well maintained and gloriously empty most of the time.
Game drives are fun, but we went for the smaller wildlife and the wide open spaces and we weren't disappointed.
Very friendly people everywhere.
Take some time to walk around Windhoek if you can; it's worth a day at least.
I stayed at and have reviewed:
|Pension Palmquell, Namibia
8-Mar-2014 review: Pension Palmquell overnight Saturday
|Ongava Lodge, Namibia
9-Mar-2014 review: Luxurious Ongava Lodge
|Erongo Wilderness Lodge, Namibia
12-Mar-2014 review: Erongo - baboons and wonderful birds
|Barchan Dune Retreat, Namibia
14-Mar-2014 review: Magical isolation
|Sossusvlei Lodge, Namibia
16-Mar-2014 review: Anonymous lodge - good value for money
|Suricate Kalahari Tented Camp, Namibia
18-Mar-2014 review: Excellent nature, stunning views, tranquility
|Olive Exclusive, Namibia
21-Mar-2014 review: Sinful luxury