If you are looking for leopards in Namibia, Google won’t be of much use to you. You will have to go through several pages of advertisements for trophy hunting lodges before you find anything […]
Zebras are one of the most common animals in Africa, roaming the length and breadth of the continent’s grasslands, and Namibia is home to two species of these large equids, Hartmann’s Zebra and Burchell’s […]
Elephants are found throughout Namibia, from the hostile habitat of Damaraland to the more protected environment of national parks all over the country. Etosha National Park currently has the largest population of elephants in […]
The springbok is one of the most numerous mammals in Namibia. They are such a common part of the natural landscape that you don’t even have to visit a nature reserve to see them, […]
Both first time and seasoned safari-goers can benefit from taking advantage of guided game drives while visiting Etosha National Park. These guided drives are offered from all the main rest camps within Etosha as […]
There is much to be said for a fully guided game drive in Etosha National Park, but nothing beats the freedom of choice you have on a self-drive safari during your visit to Namibia. […]
Seriously… we’re talking photography here, shooting lifetime images and award winning photos of our animals – not trophy hunting. Do you actually think we need help in diminishing our indigenous species? The poaching crisis […]
Rhinos tend to be the colour of their last mud bath, so the names ‘black’ or ‘white’ rhino can be misleading. Fortunately there are many other ways to tell the difference between the two.
As far as accommodation is concerned, there are a number of options available to you when visiting Etosha. You can choose from accommodation inside the park or close by, budget or luxury accommodation, tented […]
Of all the things to do in Etosha, game viewing is the main reason that millions of visitors flock there every year. Etosha is a paradise for those wanting to experience almost all of […]
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On the Blogs!
- Start your safari early in Windhoek
- Dolphin Tours in Namibia
- Climbing Namibia
- How to get to Namibia
- Cycling in Namibia
- Skydiving in Namibia
- Harnas Wildlife Foundation
- 7 Things you can do to help save the cheetah – Cheetah Conservation Fund
- Your licence to shoot a leopard in Namibia
- The Zebras of Namibia
- Elephants of Namibia
- Etosha Wildlife – The Namibian Springbok
- Guided Game Drives in Etosha National Park
- Going it alone in Etosha National Park – Self Drive Safari in Namibia
- An Invitation to Shoot our African Animals
- Know your Rhinos – Black Rhino vs White Rhino
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