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Halai: Day 6 at Etosha National Park

Day six of Gordon Donovan’s journey back to Namibia’s Etosha National Park. I am not having much success at the Halai Camp. This was the best camp during dry season last October. Now it is wet season and it’s a total miss as far as finding predators.

Halai: Day 5 at Etosha National Park

Day five of Gordon Donovan’s journey back to Namibia’s Etosha National Park. I move on to the Halai Camp hoping better fortunes come my way. Have you seen Carl?

Okaukuejo: Day 4 at Etosha National Park

Day four of Gordon Donovan’s journey back to Namibia’s Etosha National Park. Today I must find the lion pride of Okondeko or the nomads at Olifantsbad near the Okaukeujo Camp.

Okaukuejo: Day 3 at Etosha National Park

Day three of Gordon Donovan’s journey back to Namibia’s Etosha National Park. Today we head east to the busiest camp in Etosha, Okaukuejo.

Dolomite: Day 2 at Etosha National Park

Day two of Gordon Donovan’s journey back to Namibia’s Etosha National Park. My first full day of photographing during the wet season at the Dolomite Camp.

Dolomite : Day 1 at Etosha National Park

Day one of Gordon Donovan’s journey back to Namibia’s Etosha National Park. After a long drive I have arrived at Etosha.

Living Desert Tour

My first full day back in Namibia as take the Living Desert Tour with Tommy Collard, a 4×4 adventure drive through the dunes outside Swakopmund.

Erindi Game Reserve

A hippo comes up out of the water to show off his strength with his massive jaws and teeth.

Erindi comprises of 79,000 ha of pristine wilderness, and presents an amazing array of diverse landscapes – from golden savannah to dense bush with mountains, natural waterholes, grasslands and pans.

Sandwich Harbour Boat Tour

Sandwich Harbour is a port on the Atlantic coast of Namibia, lying south of Walvis Bay, within the Namib-Naukluft National Park. Formerly a moderately-sized commercial port based around whaling and small-scale fishing, it declined as the harbour silted up, and is now best known for its bird life.