Etosha National Park

23 Aug

 Fort Namutoni once home to the German Police Post and during WW1 the place to hold English prisoners, is now a restaurant, bar and curio shop for visitors to the Park.

 Day 6 East of the Park to Halali

Prior to entering the park, I met Andrew, an Aussie, making his way around Southern Africa in a VW supported by Hoopers Dealership in Durban. We spent two days traveling through the park, which was great as we could get off the beaten track with two vehicles. It is not recommended for one vehicle to stray off the main routes.

 The Pan with water in it at the moment

 Some animals seen on route




 This guy is eating a thorn bush

 One I particularly loved were the Giraffe’s in the background walking toward the setting sun


Regardless of animals seen, the landscapes and drives are beautiful


Up close with the Elephant’s


There is a spit that is built out on the Pan, which makes a fantastic Sunset viewpoint


 Back at camp, Halali in the center of the park, the guests gather at waterhole to watch as the Rhino come in for a drink


Distance: 248km with in the park


Posted by on August 23, 2011 in Namibia


2 responses to “Etosha National Park

  1. Ellen Bell

    August 24, 2011 at 16:20

    I thoroughly enjoyed the finishing touches on the blog. I smiled when I saw Merv’s camp food! Great job. I feel like I have been to Africa.

  2. Lisa

    December 29, 2011 at 03:59

    With every picture and story I become more and more excited! I can’t wait for April and my African adventure!!! See you soon!


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