Notes From Ohorongo
From the teeming waterholes in Etosha National Park to the forbidding dunes of the Skeleton Coast and the majestic highlands of Damaraland to free-roaming desert rhinos and elephants, northern Namibia is home to some of Namibia's best wildlife, wildest landscapes, and...
Namibia’s southern region, which shares a border with South Africa, has a lot to offer in terms of wild desert landscapes and outdoor activities, from canoeing on the Orange River through the otherworldly desert scenery of the |Ai-|Ais/Richtersveld Transfrontier Park to the jaw-dropping majesty of Africa’s largest canyon, the Fish River Canyon.
Few, if any, nations can boast infinite vistas, austere landscapes, hard environments, and untamed wilderness, supplemented by uncommon beauty, outstanding scenery, a warm climate, few people, a stunning coastline, one of Africa’s best wildlife parks, and the world’s oldest desert… Greetings from Namibia!
The Orange River
Join us in learning more about Namibia’s longest river that stretches throughout the country for 1,300 miles (2,100 kilometres). The river runs into Namibia and constitutes a substantial portion of the boundary between the two countries.
These graceful antelopes are common when sighted on safari but there is so much about them that make them an exciting find. Read on in this article to find out more about this safari animal.
How to track animals on safari
There’s nothing like knowing how to track an animal to stimulate the natural impulses like barbecue – err, “braaing.” And, like braaing, it’s something that everyone can do, including (dare I say it) a foreigner. All you have to do is be willing to try tracking. Here are some tracking tips.
Ethnic groups of Namibia
Join us in learning more about the locals who have made a home in Namibia so that you can connect with them and learn more about this beautiful country.
Crocodiles are enormous reptiles that may be found in the tropics of Africa, Asia, the Americas, and Australia. Don’t cry a crocodile tear, reptile fans; these fascinating crocodile facts will enthral you.
This pretty ugly bird of prey is a rare sighting enjoyed by many birders. Join us in learning more about this species of vulture and check it off your birding list when you travel to Namibia and stay with us at Ohorongo.
The Ultimate Namibian Road Trip Planner
Are you planning a road trip across Namibia? Here’s everything you need to know to make it extra special.
Hot Air Ballooning
Take to the skies in a hot air balloon and experience the world from a whole new angle. Read more about this in this blog article.
Before clocks or insanity, the word “cuckoo” referred to a bird. This species, far from being insane, may be described as having a touch of diabolical brilliance.
Southern African Hedgehog
Join us in learning about these cute, spikey, creatures that roam about the Namibian landscape at night.
The African Jacana
If you’re an avid birder then this blog post is perfect for you. Join us in learning more about the beautiful African Jacana.
In this article we are going to learn some fun facts about these beautiful creatures so that you can share them with friends and family when you join us on your next safari adventure.
What Makes An Excellent Safari Guide?
The safari guide is, without a doubt, the most crucial aspect of the entire safari experience. You’ll have an amazing day regardless of the animals, the weather, or the resort if you choose a fantastic guide. Here’s why they’re so crucial.
The National Flower of Namibia
Not only is this plant something out of this world but it is also recognised as Namibia’s national flower. Read on to learn more about this interesting flora.
Etosha National Park
Today we are going to learn everything there is to know about Etosha National Park and what makes it such an excellent destination to travel to from our very one private game lodge.
In this blog we are going to learn more about this member of the cat family and what makes them such a special sighting to see on safari with us.
Tips On Spotting Wildlife On Safari
These recommendations are a beginner’s guide to seeing safari animals when on safari, whether you’re looking for the big five or the much more elusive small five: