Anderson Gate | Checkpoint

Namibia

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Andersons Veterinary control gate make sure no raw meat, chicken eggs is ok. Control is from north to south. You have 2 choice reverse back and cook it or loose it to the authorities

Nam$80,- pp per day.
Nam$10,- per car per day.

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Haha try not to be late. We were 635 pm exiting and got scolded. No one checked for meat at all gates we were at

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Same direction of travel and experience as per UniMog below.

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Most oddly we were stopped, asked details of "where from, where to" etc, nothing about animal products, and that was it. AND this was heading South!

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Only a control from north to south. So when leaving the park. Find the current park rules at the etosha website. chicken and eggs was no problem. Charcoal is? We had to show the guy 3 times our bag was saying briketten and not charcoal.

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Busy in the morning opening (busier than the Von Lindequist gate). Did not check for meat at the entrance but yesterday at the exit, yes. Nothing about eggs yesterday though.

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They asked for raw meat and we said that we had meat but cooked and they did not check and let us go.

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Andersons Veteniry control gate make sure no raw meat. You have 2 choice reverse back and cook it or loose it to the authorities

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When we left the park we could not take our uncooked eggs. You can park your car, cook your meat and eggs and proceed. Bacon was no problem, only red meat should be cooked.

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we were asked to show what it is in our freezer when we EXITED the park. The official told us that we had to leave all our uncooked meat here even though it was frozen. we drove back 100 meters and started cooking. No problem

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We got to know from one officer, that in the 24h-permit there are always 2 hours extra for free, means you can stay 26 hours in the park. Checked this information with three other official people.

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Nam$ 80 pp per day and Nam$10 per car per day. We thought the prices were alright for this great park!

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