The Fort at Onguma
The front gate of the magnificent Fort at Onguma. The Fort is unlike any other place you've been to and one of a kind in Namibia. When you arrive at The Fort you are confronted by the massive raw walls, enormous doors and stunning stone cladded features. You are also greeting by friendly staff with cool drinks and cold towels.
Copyright: Tony Redhead
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Uploaded: 26/06/2012
Updated: 10/10/2014


Tags: namibia; resort; the fort; africa; etosha
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