Swakopmund – Outjo Mondjila Safari Camp

We enjoyed our stay in Swakopmund very much. We went to the beach promenade this morning and went to the Jetty to the lookout point. The fog from the early morning had lifted. A few seals were swimming in the waves.

There are German names on every corner in Swakopmund, as the town was built during the German colonial period (founded in 1892). Really pretty houses and streets. We then hit the road again and drove 514 km to Outjo to Modjila Safari Camp. We have a nice spot and are the only campers here today. For dinner we made a delicious barbecue. It is windless and pleasant and a few bats are buzzing around.


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