Travel reviews by Mrs G from Northumberland
Total number of trips
Lodges stayed in
Namibia - a two week tour.
Namibia between 12 Aug 2017 and 23 Aug 2017
We traveled with three children, aged 10, 13 and 15 and our route, accommodation and destinations worked for us all. It is not easy finding places to accommodate a family of five and we appreciate that every lodge was ready with the extra beds and big rooms.
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The main roads were easy to drive on and although parking in towns can be a little confusing with some people claiming to be there to 'watch' the car while you leave it there, and then expect you to pay them, we never had any problems and if in doubt we found residential streets to park on.
Take a cool bag/blocks in your luggage! We used these every day and the lodges were happy to freeze the blocks for us for our picnics each day.
Two weeks is just enough time to see a great deal of Namibia and if we could have extended by a week then maybe we could have made it to the Caprivi Strip; but like all things in life you have to cut your cloth accordingly and we managed to fit so much into our two weeks."
Arranged By Sabina Hekandjo
"Haus Sonneneck review"
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Hadassa Guest House
"A pit stop at Hadassa Guesthouse"
Lodge not featured by Expert Africa
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