Unexpected Life in the Namibian Desert

Unexpected Life in the Namibian Desert

A trip into the desert in Namibia to see the smaller things is an absolute must. Instead of looking out for the larger and more obvious wildlife such as oryx, lion and the endless view of sand dunes, there is a plethora of smaller funky animals that are being...
Seal Safari In Namibia

Seal Safari In Namibia

When travelling to Namibia you never really expect to go on a seal safari! You’ll certainly remember the smell, although you may not want to! Here’s what I  found out when I visited. The Colony at Cape Cross Namibia is famous for the wide open spaces with...
Driving the Skeleton Coast to Shipwreck Lodge

Driving the Skeleton Coast to Shipwreck Lodge

The Skeleton Coast is a dramatic section of coastline of Namibia stretching from the Ugab River up to the Kunene River. The Skeleton Coast Park, now a national park, was proclaimed in 1971 and covers 16,845 km2, protecting nearly a third of Namibia’s desolate...
Driving across Western Etosha, Namibia

Driving across Western Etosha, Namibia

Driving across Western Etosha in Namibia is a fantastic way to get away from crowds, see elephants and experience nature. Recently, I got the opportunity to get back out to Namibia, and find out how Etosha has changed. About Etosha National Park Etosha is a sizeable...
Fish River Canyon Hike days 4&5

Fish River Canyon Hike days 4&5

This blog is the last of four covering my experiences hiking the Fish River canyon in Namibia. Click for the first, second and third entries in the series. Horses in the night The ground began to shake and I could hear the pounding of hooves approaching me at...