After 1.5 weeks camping and driving around, we were treated by a lovely night of rest at the Andersson's camp in Ongava Game reserve.
Their underground hide allowing observation of animals coming to drink in the cam 10m away with an interesting perspective...
To be recommended...
Showing off! (Helmeted guineafolws)
A young one (Springbok)
Sharing some shade...
Behind bars with view...
After 2 days at the White Lady Lodge, we drove West along the Ugab to reach the Ugab Rhino Camp.
Just as we left camp early morning, we heard lions roaring a few kilometres away and followed their tracks on on the river bed.
The drive was stunning and interesting with fun muddy and sandy parts. Just make sure you have a proper 4WD vehicle if you intend to go there!
Last view on the Brandberg
Lone bull and rocks...
And the herd...
Middle of October, there was still water running in the Ugab
Lions know where to go...
Follow the herd to the water!
Ugab Rhino Campsite
Driving out of the Ugab river bed towards the plateau and Doros area (HDR)
From the Waterberg, we drove to another iconic mountains: the Brandberg!
There we stayed at the White Lady Lodge just along the Ugab river. The place is absolutely amazing and we had the visit of desert elephants right at our camp site!
from there we took a few short walks across the river bed to the surrounding areas and below is how it looks like...
Views on the Brandberg from the koppies
A sea of rocks...
The tree and the rocks
Our very price open air shore block!
Brandberg from camp
The sun rises on the Brandberg (view from the campsite)
For those of you who have been following, I have been working at CCF since May 2017. Unfortunately this job is not working out for me as I want to be involved in research, which is not happening at CCF...
So I resigned from my position and will be leaving Namibia mid December heading to Botswana for a little while. I'll be resting a bit, working a lot and looking for another job in the region!
Stay tuned for some upcoming postures from the Delta and for updates!
No need to present this park again. Just beware of baboons if you pay it a visit!!
And be sure to take the hike up early morning to watts the sunrise over the horizon!
From sunset in camp...
...To sunrise from the top
Meve's starling showing off
White-browed Scrub Robin
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