Climbing Table Mountain – South africa

OK, so it’s more of a gentle hike than a climb, although you can get up to some tricky climbing business if you like. Whichever way you get to the top (there’s also… Continue reading

Fish River Canyon – Namibia

  Depending on how you measure your canyons  Fish River Canyon is apparently either the second or third largest canyon in the world (we’ll ignore the one recently discovered under Greenland’s ice sheet).… Continue reading

Dune 45 – Namibia

Dune 45 is in the Namib desert and is apparently “the most photographed sand dune in the world”. There was a bit of confusion over the where the name derived from, according to… Continue reading

Swakopmund – Namibia

Swakopmund is a city on the edge of the Namib desert on the north western coast of Namibia. We spent a few days here. A few of the guys went sky diving, our… Continue reading

Spitzkoppe – Namibia

Spitzkoppe is a group of granite peaks in the middle of the Namib desert. You can learn more about it at this wikipedia page.

Cheetah Park – Namibia

Warning, this post contains lots of pictures of cheetahs… We stayed at Cheetah Park in Namibia for one night. This place has an interesting story and I’ll try to get it right. These guys re-home… Continue reading

Etosha National Park – Namibia

Etosha National Park is in the north west of Namibia. We spent 2 days driving through it in our big yellow truck, you know, the one from this photo a few posts ago. Hardly… Continue reading

Okavango Delta – Botswana

Camping in the middle of the Okavango Delta was the second time I felt truly in the African wilderness. Our adventure started by being poled out into the delta on mokoros, the traditional delta… Continue reading

Victoria Falls – Zimbabwe

The isn’t much to say about Victoria Falls except they are epic and photo’s do not do it justice. Also, with the amount of things that can be done from this small town… Continue reading

Rhino trekking – Bulawayo – Zimbabwe

Bulawayo in Zimbabwe is home to one of Africa’s best Rhino reserves, Matobo National Park. Contrary to popular belief, Rhino’s (white ones at least) are actually a very peaceful and timid animal and… Continue reading