After staying three nights at Halali we were booked for two nights at Okaukuejo camp. This camp is the administration head office for Etosha with more than enough luxuries and accommodation to keep the wealthy happy.
We had a splendid campsite right next to the fence where animals passed all the time on their way to the waterhole.
We decided to spend a day in camp and relax in the shade and at the waterhole.
It also gave me time to setup a startrail photoshoot.
These will be the last animal photos for a while.
Even though it is a very ‘crappy’ photo I had to include it as a memory shot.
It was quite far and in the shade at the watering hole in Okaukuejo that Charmain spotted two huge owls (Easily waist high in human height) having a guinee fowl for breakfast.
As the sun set for the last night of our visit to Etosha we vowed to return and try to stay longer.
Tomorrows post will see us Visit Swakopmund with no animal pictures 🙂