Trip of a lifetime

One woman, one car and an open road. Wu Shan’s dreams and desire to travel pushed the 28-year-old, Chinese national to embark on a marathon of a lifetime. Realising the missed experiences of crossing a country from a few thousand feet up in the sky, Shan decided to embrace the open road and travelled a [...]

Etosha in October

All images courtesy of the author I'm just back from my third Namibia trip of the year, and my second to Etosha (it's a tough gig, this travel journalism thing). I was last in Etosha in April, just after the rainy season. Visiting in October for the first time was an entirely different [...]

Exploring Etosha’s Wild West

Travel writer Christopher Clark recently returned to Etosha whilst on an epic month-long trip around Namibia with Namibia Experience. You can find more of his dispatches from the trip here. All images are courtesy of the author. I love the feeling of excitement and anticipation that sets in whenever I arrive at the gate of [...]

Namutoni – The Great Fortress

Our final stop in Etosha was Namutoni Camp. This camp is situated on the eastern side of Etosha, and is named for the old German fort around which it is built. When entering into the camp you are faced with the old, white fort building with its crenelated towers (who knew that the step things [...]

The Good and the Bad at Halali Camp

After a pleasant stay in Okaukeujo, we moved on to Halali (view the map to get an understanding of where we’ve travelled).  Halali is the newest and largest camp in Etosha, with 60 campsites and various other accommodation options available.  The campsites are decent, with good shade and a ratio of approximately 6 campsites per ablution [...]

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