Na’ankuse Vist and Last Post for 12 Days

After traveling for so long, we scheduled a down today (HAPPY BIRTHDAY NICKI at EYES ON AFRICA) with a wonderful visit to Na’ankuse (meaning ‘God Watches Over Us’, in bushman) Wildlife Conservancy.  Starting off at 0600 hours, we took an hour drive to the conservancy and witnessed a killer African sunrise along the way.  We photographed Caracal, Lions, Cheetahs, and African Wild dogs.  Great fun for everyone and a wonderful experience.  Following a great lunch at the lodge, we returned late afternoon to the Galton House for some camera equipment cleanup and reset for our next adventure – the early morning flight to Wolwedans Dune Camp, then onward to several camps north, completed our trip at the most remote camps in Namiba, Serra Cafema.

Due to the remote locations that we will be visiting, I will not have any access to internet.  Time to unplug and take some photos.  I’ll start posting upon our return.

Cheer to all.