Sossusvlei, a large ephemeral pan, is set amid red sand dunes that tower up to 325m above the valley floor. It rarely contains any water, but when the Tsauchab River has gathered enough volume and momentum to push beyond the thirsty plains to the sand sea, it’s completely transformed. The normally cracked dry mud givesContinue reading “Sossusvlei, a Large Ephemeral Pan”
There are over twenty species of antelope ranging from the largest, the eland, to the smallest, the Damara dik-dik. The gemsbok, a striking antelope with long symmetrical horns and distinctive black and white markings is featured on the Namibian coat of arms.
It did not take me long to get inspired for this introduction back into the wild. I went through my phones photo gallery and had a glorious run down memory lane…. We in Namibia are in the privileged position to start venturing back into the bush veld. As for our neighbours and the overseas campContinue reading “Famous Spitzkoppe mountain range”