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Camping & wildlife watching in Etosha National Park
April 14, 2015
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Despite the heavy rain on the way up from the Waterberg Plateau we arrived at Etosha National Park just before the gates of the park closed.


Our moment of the day 🙂

Giraffe in Etosha National Park
A giraffe crosses the road right in front of us while Hervé is driving into Etosha.
Namibian Braai
All of us developed useful survival skills. Hervé making fire for our first Namibian Braai at the Halai Camp.
Rhino couple at the waterhall
After dinner we walk over to the waterhole next to the Halali campsite, just on time to observe a little rhino romance.

 

How does a typical day in Etosha National Park look like?

Get up early for sunrise
Get up early for sunrise
Pay special attention to the jackals
Pay special attention to the sneaky jackals. “Was it you who enjoyed our bread last night?”


Be patient during the early morning self-drive safari while the springboks block the road

Nap time
Take a nap next to the waterhole
Safari in Etosha National Park
Get in our car and drive around the national park. Kelsie in action, thanks so much for sharing your amazing photos with us!
Oryx
Oryx
Happy Zebra family
Happy zebrasZebra in Etosha National Park
Impala
Impala
Tasty ostrich
Tasty ostriches
Wildebeest at the waterhole
WildebeestWildebeest in Etosha
Giraffe in Etosha National Park
Hello there!
More wildlife at the Okaukuejo waterhole
Drive back to the Okaukuejo camp to watch more wildlife at the waterholeZebras in Etosha
Pool at the Okaukuejo camp
Chillax at the pool of the Okaukuejo camp (hey man, camping is tough 😉
Driving in Etosha National Park
Get back in the car and cruise around Etosha a little more.Our game drive in Etosha
Brake for all animals, also the tasty ostriches
Brake for all animals, also the tasty ostriches.
Wildlife watching in Etosha
Why is everyone stopping?

11 lions on our self-drive safari in Etosha

Liones in Etosha National ParkLiones in Etosha National ParkLiones in Etosha National ParkLiones in Etosha National ParkLions in Etosha
Lions in EtoshaLions in Etosha at sunset

Unimpressed. Sleepy jackal
Unimpressed. Sleepy jackal.
Springbok
SpringbokSpringbok in Etosha
Drive back to camp just on time before the gates close at sunset
Drive back to camp just on time before the gates close at sunsetSunset in Etosha National Park
Waterhole at the Okaukuejo camp
In the meantime at the waterhole…

 

Wildlife watching at night in Etosha
…elephant & rhino join us for a late night drink before we call it a day.Wildlife at night in Etosha

If we aren´t supposed to eat animals, why are they made of meat? 😉

6 comments

  1. WOOOOWWWW!!!

    1. Meine Worte 🙂

  2. so cool!!!

    1. Ja, Wahnsinn! Da hättest du wieder ein paar Kuscheltiere für dich gefunden 😉

  3. me encanta!

    1. Gracias, nena! Te habría encantado!

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