Travel reviews by Mr B & Mrs C from Glasgow
Total number of trips
Lodges stayed in
Well organised trip of a lifetime!
Namibia between 1 Apr 2017 and 15 Apr 2017
The first antelope by side of road - day1
Sitting on veranda at first lodge - afternoon of day 1 - watching antelopes , warthog family , lots of birds .
Close enough ( 6 ft) to cheetahs to hear them purr - Day 2
Mongoose pack being harried by 2/3 hawks - herding? - day 3.
Warthog Male trying to kill youngsters - because Female then goes into heat!?
All alone at waterhole in empty west Etosha watching 25 giraffes of all sexes and ages and then enthralled by the herd galloping away - because I spooked them by getting out of car!!
Bird with corn cricket in beak - bashing it on branch like on an anvil
Chasing 'flocks' of hornbills along Hornbill Highway in far north east Etosha !
The noise of seals at Cape Cross - especially deep bellow of males!
Flamingos sieving the water as the tide came in ( went out?) leaving puddles behind
The garden at Mushara Lodge - mongoose hunting snakes in long grass - dik dik grazing - wart hogs grazing and fighting - lots of birds - very cold swimming pool
Elephants coming to Hobaterre lodge waterhole - could reach out and touch but must not!
Lizards everywhere - especially at Erongo - all colours - all sizes!
Huge flocks of cormorants at Cape Cross !
Thousands of pelicans , flamingos , shore birds in Walvis Bay. Watching the pelicans fishing by diving from 10 metres up!"
Arranged By Sabina Hekandjo
"Ordinary B&B "
Okonjima Plains Camp
"Cheetah visit is a must do!"
"Doro Nawas review"
"Views of game from veranda was superb"
Anderssons Camp, Namibia (this camp has since closed)
"The waterhole was a holiday highlight!"
Lodge not featured by Expert Africa
"The best lodge "
Erongo Wilderness Lodge
"The free guided walks were superb."