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Andersson’s Camp – January 2015

Mar 2, 2015  |  Namibia  |  Etosha  |  Andersson's Camp

Climate and Landscape
Let’s talk about the weather. Andersson’s Camp experienced a few cloudbursts during the second half of January – colouring the landscape around the well-frequented waterhole and popular hide a beautiful emerald green.

With the clouds building up by afternoon, the sunsets have been spectacular too. From the seclusion of the swimming pool our guests – while enjoying a quiet afternoon in camp – can gaze over the lush and picturesque plains dotted with flowering mopane trees. Each day brings a new variety of sunset hues for our guests to marvel at.

Our real Andersson’s Camp highlight is the underground hide, accessible via a short walk through a tunnel opening up into a large and safe, comfortably furnished observation...

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Guide Fanie Mpiping gives us the low-down on some of the lovelier locals seen around Kalahari Plains lately… Giraffe Given the scarcity of water and tall trees in the Kalahari, it’s always a delight to observe these ponderous creatures. The giraffe we see around Kahalari Plains have adapted very well to our desert conditions, taking advantage of even a small puddle after a few drops...

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