Birds of Namibia
Introduction: Wahlberg's eagle (Aquila wahlbergi) is named after the Swedish collector Johan Wahlberg (1810-1856) who worked in the Cape from 1838. This species inhabit regions of well-developed wooded savannah and cultivated areas with tall trees.
Diet: Birds, reptiles, mammals, amphibians, beetles, termites and grasshoppers.
Description: Often confused with the lesser spotted eagle which has much broader wings.
Breeding: Usually females only lay 1 egg between August and January in a strong platform nest made of thin sticks which can take between 2 and 6 weeks to construct.
Size: 60cm. Weight: 1.3kg. Wingspan: 1.5m.
The Arnhem Caves are the largest in Namibia, this simple rest camp allows guests to explore these caves
Built from locally made red Kalahari clay bricks this is a wonderful lodge. Expect good food, stunning Kalahari sunsets and a warm welcome
An ideal stop over in the Kalahari en-route between Botswana and central Namibia
Hans and Claudia run an excellent guest farm - activities include game drives, learning about (and eating) local sheep, the art centre and carpet weaving. We think this is one of the best guest farms in Namibia
Offers a variety of accommodation styles from guest houses to a tented camp.