The next days we were busy mainly with working ourselves through 4×4 tracks and looking for the famous desert elephants inhabiting the north-eastern side of Namibia. We were rather successful in both these tasks. So we could satisfied continue our route to the most northern point of our trip: Kaokoveld and the Epupa Falls. Read more
The days in the middle of Namibia were full of new impressions. We spent hours “photo hunting” for animals around the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, we visited some real German towns on the coast line and we explored the dunes of the Namib desert. The view of Deadvlei was kind of topping it all. Read more
We spent 2 days at the Fish River Canyon trying to absorb its beauty and enjoy the unbelievable view, silence and peace. The second largest canyon in the world is 160km long, up to 27km wide and the inner canyon reaches a depth of 550m. There is a 5-day hike through it, but this time we decided for the bird view only. Although we could have carried our belongings, including food and water ourselves, and the temperature reaches only 40ºC… Read more
In the second week of our stay in South-Africa we visited 3 different national parks which all had their own charm. The West Coast National Park was full of beautiful animal, our favorites were the Hartmann Zebras. Namaqualand was a miracle with the millions of flowers that were in full bloom, coloring the whole area into bright orange, purple and yellow. Augrabies enchanted us with its beautiful waterfall and the varying landscape.
The first couple of days in South-Africa were nothing like you would imagine as real African experience. We spent about a week in the Western Cape, in the Cape Town region, looking for penguins, whales, seals and exploring rough coastlines and high mountain peaks. The Western Cape region presented itself with lush green fields of grass and bushland. Read more
Before we are able to add the first pictures from Asia, check out some highlights from our trip to Morocco last year. Read more