During my many years of traveling, I have come across a number of amazing projects and organizations. Yet, what I experienced in Namibia recently – at a place called “N/a’ankuse” – far surpassed them all, both in charitable concept and wildlife travel experience! My Walk with Cheetahs, Learning from the Bushmen & Exploring one of the Most Amazing Conservation Projects… Read More
Travel tips and advice for Namibia. Namibia is a country located in South Africa filled with many adventures to be had.
A word about Namibia Travel When confronted by cheetahs, it’s best to lock eyes with them. Eyeball them menacingly and don’t back down. Namibia Travel Cheetahs need their speed to hunt and aren’t going to risk an injury fighting with a crazed soccer mom (or in my case a short, slightly chubby guy from Wisconsin), relentlessly defending her delicious little… Read More
When we were cycling in Africa, we camped in one of the creepiest campsites on the planet. Like many days in Africa, I was cycling alone. Dave had gone ahead with the men’s peloton racing through the Kalahari Desert, Namibia, but I couldn’t keep up and was stuck in the void of being in the middle of the racing men… Read More
Yesterday we travelled 178km from Fish River Canyon. The world’s 2nd Largest Canyon after the Grand Canyon. 130 of those kilometres were off road on sand, corrugation, gravel and some tough climbs. When we finally hit the tarmac, we turned directly into a brutal headwind. Yipes, we were on the road for 9 hours yesterday. It didn’t help that it was a non race day, so we decided to take it easy and catch up on some photography. But part way through the morning, we decided that we had better get moving.