Visit to Ozonjuitji m'Bari

by Gerhard Windisch
(Frankfurt am Main, Germany)

A view of the waterhole

A view of the waterhole

A view of the waterhole
A rare sight
A take-off

On my recent trip to Etosha, i went to the waterhole Ozonjuitji m'Bari in the west. This the furtherst waterhole in the west, if you don't have a booking for the Dolomite Camp. Never been at this waterhole, but what a surprise. A great variety of game, even at the time i was there. Just after 1 pm in the afternoon. Here some of the pictures.

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Sep 25, 2013
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wow - that's a lot of animals!
by: Lionel Lessing

Nice to see so many animals together at one waterhole!

Sep 25, 2013
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Nice images Gerhard
by: Mario

M'bari is a great waterhole. It is far from Okaukeujo Camp so many people do not go there but see what they are missing...!

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so many animals
by: Jenny

It looks just like the waterhole at Okaukulejo with so many animals....I like the last one with the elephant in the water and all the other animals around them. When were you there?

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