incredible evening where we saw about 30 elephants coming to drink, 5 rhinos and a couple of giraffes
our base camp, our porter, our cooker, our ‘safe place’: our car!!!
sunset in the desert from the top of a sand dune at the entrance of the Namib desert
sand dune in the Namib desert
no life in the desert? an Oryx that can survive 4 /5 days without a drop of water…
but desert life is tough… a dead zebra somewhere in the desert
as a good mountain guide, i got stuck in the sand…. it is quite similar with snow driving but i learnt that deflating the tires is absolutely mandatory
stucked… how to get out now?
otaries next to the ocean. the water is very cold due to antarctica current along the coast
the guide concentrated to find the right way
strong current, very tricky for the boats…Squeleton coast.
sunrise at the base of the highest summit of Namibia, the Brandberg 2567m
namibia, country of the cheetahs…
Etosha national park. a fantastic park where we drove by our self to look for wild animals…
Impalas, kind of deer
the biggest animal in the world (water animal excepted), between 5 to 7 tons!!!!!! believe me, we felt very very small
babouins, next to our camp
porcupine coming to visit us at night
a wonderful morning meeting with 4 rhinos (white rhinos) Incredible
for me the most impressive one, the leopard; strong, quick, a great and dangerous killer…
the king, huge!!!