Campbell's Girdled Lizard
Lizards | Namibia
Introduction: Little is known of Campbell's girdled lizard (Cordylus campbellii) even though this species is endemic to Namibia. It is a small girdled lizard, often mistaken for the Herero girdled lizard as they both are similar in size and have flattened bodies. It lives in rock crevices and cracks on dry mountain slopes.
Distribution: Great Namaqualand in Namibia, specifically in the vicinity of Helmeringhausen.
Diet: Beetles and termites.
Colouring: The back and tail are chestnut to light brown with patchy dark-brown crossbars that sometimes bear a dark band to the centre. The back and head are adorned with small yellow spots. The belly is off-white.
Breeding: Little is known of the breeding habits of this species.
Size: SVL 60 to 75mm. Max SVL 79mm.
A working farm in southern Namibia. Offers an insight into sheep farming is this arid region
The completely off his rocker 'Baron' von Wolf built this castle in the middle of nowhere. Rumours abound about this gun toting, cross dressing loon! Accommodation is available within the castle and a well shaded campsite is also on offer
This lovely guest farm offers self catering accommodation on a property adjacent to the Duwisib Castle
The settlement of Helmeringhausen consists of little more than this hotel and a petrol station. The area is a popular stop-off between the dunes at Sossusvlei and southern Namibia
On the scenic D707 road and bordering on the Namib Naukluft park, lies this spectacular property. Accommodation is offered in a small tented camp or en-suite rooms at the old farmhouse
Formerly an Ostrich farm the lodge property is now largely dedicated to Namibian wildlife. The lodge itself offers standard bed & breakfast rooms as well as self catering chalets
Situated in the Tiras mountains, an owner run guest farm that offers a warm welcome and even better scenery