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Arebbusch Wildlife – The Elephants of Namibia

Posted Posted by Candice Winterboer in Conservation and Wildlife, Travel Blog     Comments No comments
Apr
3

The desert elephants of Damaraland are world-famous for coping in their hostile environment, and rightly so, but these are not the only elephants that occur in Namibia. African elephants are found in most of the country’s national parks, with Etosha National Park having the largest population of 2 500 individuals at the last count.

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Arebbusch Landmark – The Spectacular Spitzkoppe

Posted Posted by Candice Winterboer in Destinations and Attractions, Travel Blog     Comments No comments
Mar
20

On the way to Swakopmund from Windhoek along the B3 you will notice a mountain range, called the Pontok Mountains rising up out of the barren landscapes. The Spitzkoppe, known as the Matterhorn of Namibia and towering at 1 784m above sea level, forms part of this range. 

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i-Fun times in Windhoek

Posted Posted by Candice Winterboer in Activities and Adventure, Latest News, Travel Blog     Comments No comments
Mar
6

Windhoek’s place to be when it comes to kiddie’s party time has got to be the i-Fun park. Directly across the road from Arebbusch Travel Lodge, more than 930 children hosted their birthday parties their last year.

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Are we doing enough to help save the cheetah?

Posted Posted by Candice Winterboer in Conservation and Wildlife, Travel Blog     Comments No comments
Feb
22

Cheetahs are vanishing off the face of the earth almost as fast as they can run, and if we don’t do something soon we will be holding elections for a new fastest land mammal before too long.

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Black vs White – Know your Rhinos

Posted Posted by Candice Winterboer in Conservation and Wildlife, Travel Blog     Comments No comments
Jan
26

Rhinos are an ancient race of animals and have been roaming the earth in various stages of evolution since the late Eocene, 33 million years ago.

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