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Torra Bay 3

Torra Bay Campsite is a popular fishing retreat, situated within the Skeleton Coast Park. Torra Bay, only open in December, January.

 


  • 60 x Campsites

 


  • Popular angling spot especially during January and December.

 


  • 60 x Campsites
  • Communal Ablution Facilities
  • Shop
  • Petrol Station

 

Camping

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Per Person 210.00 210.00

 

 


 

  +264 83 7000037
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Terrace Bay


There are a number of places on earth that capture your creative imagination and leave a lasting impression on your mind. Namibia happens to have a number of them along its coast which serve as much sought after retreats.

Terrace Bay is one such NWR facility - an angler's paradise offering an absolutely unsurpassed coastal experience packed into one destination.

Whereas the Resort is ideal for anglers, it is also set in an undisturbed and peaceful surrounding enveloped in the sand dunes of the northern Namib Desert. Whether it is families looking for a getaway holiday or ardent adventurers looking to explore the Uniab River delta, Terrace Bay has something for everybody.

 

Terrace Bay

  • 2 x Beach Chalets
  • 20 x Double Rooms

 


  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Kiosk

 

 

 

Accommodation

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Double Room (2 Beds) – DBB    
Per Person Sharing 1100.00 800.00
Single Rate 1100.00 990.00
Beach Chalet (10 Beds) – Min 4 – Bed Only    
Per Person Sharing 940.00 610.00
Single Rate
Beach Chalet (6 Beds) – Min 3 – Bed Only    
Per Person Sharing 940.00 610.00
Single Rate

 

 


 

Gerhardt Kausiona
Manager
  +264 64 694 007
  +264 64 694 003

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Shark Island


Shark Island is located on Shark Peninsula in Luderitz Bay in Southwest Namibia. The resort overlooks the bay, town and harbor. Onlookers can spot the seals and pelicans that frequent the rocky areas around the site.

 

Shark Island


  • 1 x Lighthouse (4 Beds)
  • 20 x Campsites

 

Shark Island


  • Sand roses trip into the Diamond Area at Agate beach.
  • Luderitz peninsula (popular for sightings of Flamingo).
  • Diaz Point – the historic landing spot of 17th century explorer Barthelomeuz Diaz.
  • Kolmanskop Ghost Town.

 

  • Indoor and Outdoor Pools
  • Restaurant

 

Accommodation

Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Lighthouse – Min 2 – Bed Only
Per Person Sharing 330.00 330.00
Single Rate 330.00 330.00

Camping

Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Camp Site (Max 8 People)
Per Site
Per Person 150.00 150.00

 



 

 Haufiku Shilongo
 Manager
  +264 63 202 752
  +264 63 203 213
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Sesriem

At the entry to Sossusvlei is Sesriem Canyon, where centuries of erosion have incised a narrow gorge about 1 km in length. At the foot of the gorge, which plunges down to 30 to 40 m, are pools that become replenished after good rains.

Sesriem derives its name from the time when earlier pioneers tied six lengths of rawhide thongs (riem) together to draw water from the pools. Explore the Sesriem Canyon from this great and scenic campsite. 

 

Sesriem
  • 24 x Campsites

 

Sesriem
  • Sesriem Canyon - During the raining season rock pools sometimes form in the canyon and provide excellent swimming opportunities. During drier months you can walk up the canyon.
  • Sossusvlei - This is the reason you are staying here - popular opinion is that the dunes are best seen early in the morning or late afternoon.
  • Elim Dune - A petrified dune near the Sesriem Camp proves a popular spot to watch the sunset (for those not rushing back from a late afternoon visit to Sossusvlei)

 


  • Gas Station
  • Shop selling all basic amenities
  • Secure Parking Area

 

Camping

Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Camp Site (Max 8 People)
Per Site
Per Person 200.00 200.00

Other

Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Shuttle Service From 2x4 Parking To Sossusvlei
Per Person 150.00 150.00

 



 

 Johannes Pitji
 Manager
  +264 63 293 652
  +264 63 693 249

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Olifanstrus

Overview - Located in the western part of the Etosha National Park between Okaukuejo and Dolomite Camp Olifantsrus Campsite is a campsite only, there are no chalets available here. The facility has 10 campsites with power points. The campsites take a maximum of 8 pax per site. Currently, there are no braai facilities for campers, only flat bases to make fire.

The camp opens at sunrise and closes at sunset as per the general park regulations and day visitors are only allowed to use the picnic facilities up until 16h00.

 

Olifanstrus

The key attraction of Olifanstrus campsite is the state of the art hide, which is probably the first of its kind in Sub-Saharan Africa or Southern Africa. This is a double story building (hut) with aluminium glasses around it in front of a man made waterhole engineered for peaceful game viewing.

 


  • 10 campsites with power points
  • Interpretation Centre
  • Communal kitchen with a two plate gas stove and a fridge
  • Ablution blocks (Toilets and Showers)
  • Kiosk that sells (beverages, light meals, snacks and cooldrinks)

 


Camping

Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Camp Site (Max 8 People)
Per Site
Per Person 280.00 280.00

Other

Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Day Visitor Entry Fee
>Per Vehicle 10.00 10.00

 



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Naukluft 02


The Naukluft section of the park was created to serve as a sanctuary for Hartmann's mountain zebra, which are endemic to Namibia. Other wildlife includes kudu, gemsbok, klipspringer, duiker, steenbok, leopard, baboon, black-backed jackal, bat-eared fox, African wild cat, caracal and aardwolf.

Naukluft's steep cliffs are nesting grounds for various cliff-breeding bird species, including Black eagles. Five different vegetation communities within the park ensure a wealth of tree and shrub species, and a variety of aloes.

With its massive and varied rock formations, Naukluft is a geologist's paradise. The intermittent layers of horizontally folded igneous rock, quartzite, dolomite and shale are impressive with their giant symmetrical patterns.

 

Naukluft 00


  • 6 x Guest Rooms
  • 21 x Campsites

 

Naukluft 02


  • Hiking trails
  • Nature walks
  • Bird watching

 


  • Kiosk
  • Restaurant
  • Bar

 

Accommodation

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Bush Chalet (2 Beds) B&B    
Per Person Sharing 880.00 880.00
Single Rate 1080.00 1080.00

Camping

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Camp Site (Max 8 People)    
Per Site
Per Person 170.00 170.00

Other

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Guided Kluft Walk    
Per Person 300.00 300.00

 

 


 

Sonia Saal
Manager
  +264 63 683 791/ +264 811 443 478
  +264 63 293 244

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Khorixas

Khorixas Restcamp is the ideal stopover between Etosha and the Kunene region and Skeleton Coast Park. Nestled in the hills of Damaraland, it provides a relaxing environment for travelers, weary after a day's exploration.

The area is an explorer's paradise where guests can visit the land of the Welwitschia mirabilis at Burnt Mountain, curious stone formations, the petrified forest, ancient rock engravings and experience other unusual geological phenomena.

 


  • 2 x Family Chalets (4 Beds)
  • 26 x Bush Chalets
  • 10 x Single Rooms
  • 20 x Campsites

  • Fascinating geological formations
  • Petrified forest
  • Twyfelfontein ancient rock engravings

 


  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool

 

Accommodation

Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Single Room (1 Bed) B&B
Per Person Sharing
Single Rate 370.00 400.00
Bush Chalet (2 Beds)-A– B&B
Per Person Sharing 430.00 580.00
Single Rate 690.00
Bush Chalet (2 Beds)-B– B&B
Per Person Sharing 510.00 640.00
Single Rate 750.00
Family Chalet (4 Beds)-Min 2– B&B
Per Person Sharing 590.00 720.00
Single Rate

Camping

Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Camp Site (Max 8 People)
Per Site
Per Person 150.00 150.00

 



 

 Costa Shakwa
 Manager
  +264 67 331 111
  +264 67 331 388
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Located in the /Ai-/Ais / Richtersveld Transfrontier Park, the Fish River Canyon is one of the largest canyons in the world. Around 160 km in length and reaching a depth in excess of 500 meters, it is one of the main tourist attractions in the south of the country.

 

Hobas
  • 14 x Campsites

 

Hobas
  • Hobas is located close to the main view point for the canyon Hiking.
  • This is the start of the famous four day Fish River Hiking trail.
  • Day hikes and walks are also possible.

 

Hobas
  • 14 x Campsites
  • Swimming Pool
  • Bush Chalets (under construction)

 

Accommodation

Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Bush Chalet (2 Beds) B&B
Per Person Sharing 880.00 880.00
Single Rate 1080.00 1080.00

Camping

Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Camp Site (Max 8 People)
Per Site
Per Person 170.00 170.00

Other

Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Fish River Hiking Trail
Per Person 330.00 330.00

 



 

 Eric Gubula
 Manager
  +264 63 266 028
  +264 63 266 028

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Hardap

Situated about 260 km south of Windhoek, the Hardap Resort encompasses Namibia’s largest dam, Hardap, which is on the Fish River. Although first investigations were carried as early as 1897, construction commenced in 1960 and the dam was completed in 1963. It has a capacity of 320 million m3 and a surface area of 25 km2. In terms of accommodation options at the resort, there is VIP rooms, family and bush chalet, dormitory and camping sites. Other amenities and facilities include a swimming pool, conference facility, restaurant and shop.

Hardap is well known as an angler’s paradise, with annual competitions held regularly for enthusiasts. But few know that the small Hardap Game Reserve is a haven for black rhino and that the dam and surroundings accommodate one of Namibia’s most strategic great-white-pelican breeding colonies and a thriving freshwater fish institute that is supporting the country’s growing aquaculture industry.

 


  • 5 x VIP Bungalows
  • 15 x Family Chalets (Self Catering)
  • 30 x Bush Chalets
  • Dormitory
  • Camping

 


  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Conference Facility
  • Shop

 

Accommodation

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
VIP Chalet (4 Beds) – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 800.00 800.00
Single Rate 1500.00 1500.00
Family Bush Chalet (4 Beds) – Min 2 – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 600.00 600.00
Single Rate 1150.00 1150.00
Bush Chalet (2 Beds) B&B    
Per Person Sharing 450.00 450.00
Single Rate 800.00 800.00
Domitory (10 Beds) – Min 5    
Per Person Sharing
Single Rate 250.00 250.00

Camping

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Camp Site (Max 8 People)    
Per Site
Per Person 120.00 120.00

 

 


 

Sunday Nelenge
Manager
  +264 63 240 386 or 241 109
  +264 63 247 770
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Duwisib

Replete with history and romance Duwisib castle is an ideal stopover for visitors' en route to the South of Namibia. It was built by the German army officer Baron von Wolf for his American bride Jayta in the early 1900s.

Apart from being a gift of love, Duwisib Castle was a dream turned into reality for Baron von Wolf, who had planned on breeding horses in this semi-desert environment. Sadly, he was killed during the First World War. His wife left for America, never to return, leaving the castle and all of its contents and dreams behind.

 


  • 5 x Rooms
  • 10 x Campsites

 


The museum inside Duwisib Castle houses a collection of 18th and 19th century antiques, armour and paintings.

 


  • Picnic sites
  • Restaurant
  • Curio Shop
  • Underground Baron's Bar

 

 

 

Accommodation

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Double Room B&B    
Per Person Sharing 880.00 880.00
Single Rate 880.00 880.00
Honeymoon Suite B&B    
Per Person Sharing 1320.00 1320.00
Single Rate 1320.00 1320.00

Camping

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Camp Site (Max 8 People)    
Per Site
Per Person 150.00 150.00

Other

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Castle Entrance    
Namibians 30.00 30.00
SADC 60.00 60.00
International 70.00 70.00

 

 


 

Thomas Skrywer
Manager
  +264 63 295 030/31
  +264 81 291 5280

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Okaukuejo

Okaukuejo is located 17 km from the southern entrance of the Etosha National Park, and famous for its flood-lit waterhole, where visitors can observe at close quarters a spectacle of wildlife congregating and interacting.

Accommodation is provided to suit every need, in premier bush chalets overlooking the waterhole; bush chalets and double rooms; or family chalets. Other facilities include a restaurant, bar, shop, swimming pool, kiosk and camping facilities.

 


  • 5 x Premier Waterhole Chalet
  • 30 x Waterhole Chalet Double Rooms
  • 2 x Family Chalets (2 Rooms, 4 Beds) with Braai
  • 25 x Bush Chalets (2 Beds) with Braai
  • 40 x Double Rooms

 


  • Flood-lit Waterhole
  • Guided Night Drives
  • Guided Morning and Afternoon Game Drives

 


  • Camping
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Kiosk
  • Shop
  • Swimming pool

 

 

 

Accommodation

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Double Room A (2 Beds) – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 870.00 1270.00
Single Rate 870.00 1400.00
Double Room B (2 Beds) – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 910.00 1310.00
Single Rate 910.00 1430.00
Bush Chalet (2 Beds) – Disabled Access – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 1010.00 1340.00
Single Rate 1010.00 1470.00
Bush Chalet (2 Beds) – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 1010.00 1340.00
Single Rate 1010.00 1470.00
Family Chalet (4 Beds) – Min 2 – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 1030.00 1470.00
Single Rate
Waterhole Chalet Double (2 Beds) – Min 2 – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 1210.00 1820.00
Single Rate 1210.00 1910.00
Premier Waterhole Chalet Double Story (4 Beds) – Min 2 – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 1790.00 3140.00
Single Rate

Camping

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Camp Site (Max 8 People)    
Per Site 250.00 250.00
Per Person 150.00 150.00

Other

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Guided Morning Drives    
Per Person 550.00 550.00
Guided Afternoon Drives    
Per Person 550.00 550.00
Guided Night Drives    
Per Person 660.00 660.00

 

  Katrina Hoeses
  Manager
  +264 67 229 800
  +264 67 229 852

 

 


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Namutoni

Namutoni is located in the eastern side of Etosha National Park. It centers on an old German Fort, overlooking the King Nehale waterhole. Built into an old German Historic Fort built in 1897, Namutoni Resort is the perfect setting for a cultural adventure African savannah. It is located in the eastern part of the Etosha National Park in close proximity to the Fisher’s Pan – a hotspot for birders. The romantic fort overlooks the floodlit King Nehale Waterhole from which visitors can enjoy views of wildlife without leaving the camp. The swimming pool and bar o er moments to relax and socialize.

 


  • 20 x Bush Chalet (2 Beds)
  • 24 x Double Rooms
  • Camping

 

Namutoni
  • Historic Fort
  • Flood-lit Waterhole
  • Guided Night Drives
  • Guided Morning and Afternoon Game Drives

 

Namutoni  
  • Bar
  • Filling Station
  • Kiosk
  • Staff Shop
  • Craft Shop
  • Tourist Shop
  • Swimming Pool

 

Accommodation

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Double Room (2 Beds) – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 890.00 1080.00
Single Rate 890.00 1210.00
Bush Chalet (2 Beds) – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 1080.00 1300.00
Single Rate 1210.00 1480.00

Camping

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Camp Site (Max 8 People)    
Per Site 250.00 250.00
Per Person 150.00 150.00

Other

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Guided Morning Drives    
Per Person 550.00 550.00
Guided Afternoon Drives    
Per Person 550.00 550.00
Guided Night Drives    
Per Person 660.00 660.00

 

 


 

Maria Tavares
Manager
  +264 67 229 300
  +264 67 229 306

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Halali

Strategically located halfway between Okaukuejo and Namutoni, Halali is situated at the base of a dolomite hill, amongst shady Mopane trees. A flood-lit waterhole which is viewed from an elevated vantage point provides exceptional wildlife viewing throughout the day and into the night.

Accommodation is provided in family chalets, two and four bed bush chalets and double rooms - all converted with large sliding doors to the outside, to allow visitors to experience and benefit from the peace and tranquility of the natural surroundings. Other facilities include a restaurant, bar, shop, swimming pool, kiosk and camping facilities.

 


  • 2 x Family Chalet (4 Beds) with Braai
  • 10 x Bush Chalet (2 Rooms, 4 Beds) with Braai
  • 10 x Bush Chalet (2 Beds) with Braai
  • 39 x Double Rooms
  • Camping

 

Halali
  • Flood-lit Waterhole
  • Guided Night Drives
  • Guided Morning and Afternoon Game Drives
  • Nature walks within the Camp

 

Halali
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Jacuzzi
  • Swimming Pool

 

Accommodation

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Double Room – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 720.00 1020.00
Single Rate 1150.00
Bush Chalet (4 Beds) Min 2 B&B    
Per Person Sharing 810.00 1170.00
Single Rate
Bush Chalet (2 Beds) – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 810.00 1400.00
Single Rate 810.00 1530.00
Bush Chalet (2 Beds) – Disabled Access – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 810.00 1230.00
Single Rate 810.00 1370.00
Family Bush Chalet (4 Beds)– Min 2 – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 870.00 1400.00
Single Rate
Honeymoon Suite (Double Bed)    
Per Person Sharing 880.00 1400.00
Single Rate 880.00 1530.00

Camping

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Camp Site (Max 8 People)    
Per Site 250.00 250.00
Per Person 150.00 150.00

Other

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Guided Morning Drives    
Per Person 550.00 550.00
Guided Afternoon Drives    
Per Person 550.00 550.00
Guided Night Drives    
Per Person 660.00 660.00

 

 


 

Elly Nuule
Acting Manager
  +264 67 229 400
  +264 67 229 400
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Ai-ais

/Ai-/Ais, which means "burning water" in one of the local languages, refers to the sulphurous hot springs which are found in this area. One of these springs has its eye within the resort. /Ai-/Ais lies at the southern end of the Fish River conservation area. 

 


  • 7 x Premier Chalet/Family Chalet
  • 16 x Riverview Double Rooms
  • 20 x Mountain view Double Rooms
  • Camping

 

Ai-ais
  • Fish River Canyon
  • Hiking
  • Photography
  • Stargazing
  • Hot springs
  • Bird watching
  • Tennis

 


  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Spa Facilities
  • Swimming Pool

 

Accommodation

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Mountain View Double Room (2 Beds) – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 590.00 660.00
Single Rate 590.00 810.00
River View Double Room (2 Beds) B&B    
Per Person Sharing 610.00 810.00
Single Rate 610.00 940.00
Family Bush Chalet (4 Beds)– Min 2 – Bed Only    
Per Person Sharing 720.00 910.00
Single Rate

Camping

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Camp Site (Max 8 People)    
Per Site
Per Person 190.00 190.00

Other

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Nature Drive (Morning or Afternoon)    
Per Person 550.00 550.00
Gamkap Scenic Drive (Morning or Afternoon)    
Per Person 550.00 550.00
Nature Walk (Morning or Afternoon)    
Per Person 250.00 250.00
Guide Mountain Hike    
Per Person 250.00 250.00

 

 


 

Francois Snyders
Manager
  +264 63 683 676/7
  +264 63 683 682

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Waterbag

Waterberg Plateau Park is a national park in central Namibia encompassing the Waterberg Plateau, 68 km east of the town of Otjiwarongo. The Waterberg Plateau is a particularly prominent feature, elevated high above the plains of the Kalahari of Eastern Namibia. The plateau and some 405 km² of surrounding land were declared a Nature Reserve in 1972. The plateau is largely inaccessible so in the early 1970s several of Namibia's endangered species were translocated there to protect them from predators and poaching to extinction. The programme was very successful and Waterberg now supplies other Namibian parks with rare species. In 1989, Black Rhino were reintroduced to the area from Damaraland, sparking a successful breeding programme of national and international significance for the species.

The Waterberg Plateau Park is ecologically diverse and rich and has over 200 different species of bird and some rare species of small antelope on the lower hills of the mountain.

Geologically, the oldest rock stratum is over 850 million years old and dinosaurs tracks were left there some 200 million years ago. The first human inhabitants were the San people, who left rock engravings believed to be several thousand years old. A small tribe of the San were still living their traditional lifestyle on the plateau until the late 1960s.

The site is also home to one of the major turning points in Namibia's History. It was at Waterberg, in the foothills, that the Herero people lost their last and greatest battle against German colonial forces at the beginning of the 20th century. The Herero were forced to retreat from the Waterberg and headed eastward to British Bechuanaland (now Botswana). Thousands were killed by the pursuing Germans and many lost their lives in the Kalahari Desert due to lack of food and water. Estimates are that nearly two thirds of the Herero population lost their lives during this period. The graves of German soldiers who lost their lives at Waterberg can still be viewed near the waterberg rest camp at the base of the park.

 


  • 2 x Family Chalet (4 Beds)
  • 8 x Premier Chalets (2 Beds)
  • 12 x Bush Chalet (2 Beds)
  • 11 x Bush Chalet (2 Rooms, 4 Beds)
  • 34 x Double Rooms

 


  • Guided Morning and Afternoon Game Drives
  • Guided and self-guided trails on Plateau
  • Nature walks within the Camp

 


  • Camping
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Kiosk
  • Shop
  • Swimming Pool

 

Accommodation

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Double Room – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 590.00 660.00
Single Rate 590.00 810.00
Bush Chalet (2 Beds) – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 720.00 810.00
Single Rate 720.00 930.00
Bush Chalet (4 Beds)– Min 2 – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 720.00 810.00
Single Rate
Family Chalet (4 Beds) – Min 2 – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 810.00 920.00
Single Rate
Premier Bush Chalet (2 Beds) – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 870.00 970.00
Single Rate 870.00 1090.00

Camping

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Camp Site (Max 8 People)    
Per Site 130.00 130.00
Per Person 160.00 160.00

Other

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Guided Morning Drives    
Per Person 550.00 550.00
Guided Afternoon Drives    
Per Person 550.00 550.00

 

 


 

Marah Ngavetene
Manager
+264 67 305 001/2
+264 67 305 004
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Sossus Dune

Built in an environmentally sensitive manner, primarily from wood, canvas and thatch, in an attractive 'afro-village' style, Sossus Dune Lodge offers guests an evocative and life changing experience.

Situated within the park, guests benefit from being able to reach Sossusvlei before sunrise, and stay until after sunset, and on their return after an exhilarating day, relax in the tranquility and splendor of the Namib Desert, under the spectacular African sky.

Sossus Dune Lodge offers professional guided tours, fully unleashing the beauty and biological diversity of the desert environment to visitors, and offers the best beds in the desert.

 


  • 23 x desert chalets (2 beds)
  • 2 x honeymoon suites

 


  • Sossusvlei sunset drives
  • Guided nature drives
  • Guided walks to the Sesriem Canyon

 


  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Souvenir Shop
  • Swimming pool

 

 

 

Accommodation

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Dune Chalet (2 Beds) – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 1650.00 2970.00
Single Rate 1650.00 3190.00
Honeymoon Chalet (2 Pax) (King-Size Bed) – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 1870.00 3630.00
Single Rate 1870.00 3850.00

Other

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Guided Morning Drives    
Per Person 660.00 660.00
Guided Nature Drives In Namib-Naukluft Park    
Per Person 660.00 660.00
Guided Excursion To Elim Dune    
Per Person 660.00 660.00
Guided Walks to Sesriem Canyon    
Per Person 280.00 280.00

 

 


 

Loide Mukwiilongo
Manager
  +264 63 693 258
  +264 63 693 257

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Popa Falls

Popa Falls Resort is your gateway to the northeastern corner of Namibia - with its perennial rivers, magnificent indigenous woodlands, riverine forests, floodplains and reed - lined channels. It is the ideal base from which to explore the Mahango Game Park, with over 450 species of birds recorded. A wide variety of wildlife species, including elephant, hippo, buffalo, crocodile, red Lechwe, reedbuck, roan and sable antelope, and if you're lucky, even the elusive Sitatunga antelope can be observed.

The 'falls' are in fact a series of cascades created by a quartzite ledge that causes the river to split into numerous channels. They can be accessed on foot from the rest resort. Tigerfish, Threespot and Greenheaded tilapia are just some of the species of game fish that occur in the Kavango River making it a popular destination for anglers. Built on the southern banks of the Kavango River from local timber and thatch; the small, secluded resort offers simple but comfortable accommodation in idyllic surroundings.

 

 


  • 10 x Chalets
  • 3 x Family / Double Units
  • 4 x Luxury Units
  • 10 x Campsites
  • Bush Chalet Single
  • Communal House

 


  • Birdwatching
  • Mahangu Game Park
  • River Boat Cruise

 


  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Conference Facility
  • Jetty

 

 

 

Accommodation

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
River Cabin (2 Beds) – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 1140.00 1430.00
Single Rate 1200.00 1500.00
River Chalet (2 Beds) – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 1030.00 1270.00
Single Rate 1030.00 1270.00
Guide House– B&B    
Per Person Sharing 1140.00 1430.00
Single Rate 1140.00 1430.00
Luxury River Cabins    
Per Person Sharing 4000.00 4000.00
Single Rate 4000.00 4000.00

Camping

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Camp Site (Max 8 People)    
Per Site
Per Person 150.00 150.00
Camp Site Over Landers (Max 8 People)    
Per Site 130.00 130.00
Per Person 190.00 190.00

Cruise Trips

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Exclusive Cruise (Karee)    
Per Person 550.00 550.00
Cruise Trip (Netumbo & Karee)    
Per Person 275.00 275.00
Day Visitor Fee    
Per Person 20.00 20.00

Game Drives

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Guide Morning Drives    
Per Person 330.00 330.00
Guide Afternoon Drives    
Per Person 330.00 330.00
Whole Day (Sunrise to Sunset)        
Per Person 660.00 660.00

 

 


 

Rebekka Horaes
Acting Manager
  +264 66 259 023
  +264 66 259 108
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Onkoshi

Nestled on the rim of the pan on a secluded peninsula, Onkoshi Resort is a low impact, environmentally friendly establishment with only 15 units (30 beds), which guarantees a truly personal and exclusive experience. The location is entirely out of view of current tourist routes, and all other developments in the area, and thus offers a pristine, tranquil and unique experience.

Onkoshi Resort offers superb vistas over the Etosha pan, with its shimmering mirages during the hot days; dramatic sunset and sunrise textures and colours; sense of isolation and space; clear night skies; and the sights, smells and sounds of untamed and unadulterated Africa.

All rooms are built on elevated wooden decks, with thatched roofs, canvas walls and large, wooden-framed retractable doors allowing spectacular panoramic views. Rooms are tastefully equipped with locally crafted fittings and furnishings, using a blend of metal and wood combined with natural fabrics to create a natural and ethnic ambiance. Each chalet has two ¾ beds, except in the honeymoon chalet where a king-size bed is provided.

 


  • 15 Onkoshi Chalets

 


Activities

  • Stargazing
  • Photography
  • Sun deck with a view over the Etosha Pan
  • Professionally guided morning, afternoon and night game drives to surrounding areas of the park, includ- ing access to exclusive areas within the north-eastern sand veldt area of Etosha.
  • Guided walks and moonlight walks (when conditions allow) on the Etosha Pan for the more adventurous.
  • Birdwatching – Onkoshi pan is a wetland and becomes home to migrating large birds such as Flamingo and Pelican when the pan fills up.
  • The main area, with a restaurant, lounge, bar, sunset deck and infinity swimming pool overlooking the pan, offers the ideal place to relax and enjoy the surroundings, while being pampered with excellent service and exquisite cuisine.

Attractions

  • The Etosha pan – a large dry lake, 4590 km2 (roughly the size of Belgium).
  • The Seasonal spectacle of the Etosha Pan, presenting two sides of life around the pan in dry and wet season.
  • The Andoni plains just north of the Camp, present photographic opportunities of plain animals such as Plains Zebra, Blue Wildebeest and Springbok.
  • Stinkwater waterhole presents a congregation point for wildlife. Get your camera ready!

 


  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Souvenir Shop
  • Swimming Pool

 

 

 

Accommodation

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Onkoshi Chalet (2 Pax) (King-Size Bed On Request) – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 1650.00 2310.00
Single Rate 1650.00 2550.00
Onkoshi Honeymoon Chalet (2 Pax) (King-Size Bed) – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 1870.00 2750.00
Single Rate 1870.00 2750.00

Other

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Guided Morning Drives    
Per Person 605.00 605.00
Guided Afternoon Drives    
Per Person 605.00 605.00
Guided Night Drives    
Per Person 650.00 650.00

 

 


 

Foibe Kapofi
Acting Manager
  +264 855 502 342
  +264 67 687 362

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Gross Barmen


Gross Barmen is located around 100 km from the capital city of Windhoek, nestled on the banks of a tributary of the Swakop River. Set between rows of palm trees, green lawns and many pleasant walks, the resort is ideal for all ages. Gross Barmen includes facilities for spa & wellness, fitness, recreation, and leisure. The main attraction of the resort is the health and hydro/medical spa center, featuring thermal springs and providing a full range of treatments, massages, and health activities for relaxation.

The accommodation options at Gross Barmen include family and bush chalet and camping sites. Other amenities and facilities include indoor and outdoor thermal pools, conference facilities, restaurant, bar and shop. The nearby dam attracts more than 150 different species of birds making it a hotspot for bird watching. Additionally, the Von Bach Dam outside of Okahandja (25 km) is a major draw for water sport enthusiasts and anglers. The resort operates from 06h00 until 22h00.

 


  • Premier Chalet
  • Bush Chalet (2 Beds)
  • Family Chalet (4 Beds) - Min 2
  • Premier Family Chalet (4 Beds) - Min 2
  • Bush Chalet Single
  • Camp Site (Max 8 People)

 



  • Natural Hot water springs (Minerals found in our mineral hot springs are not only good for arthritic conditions and pain syndromes, but also for the skin)
  • Different types of Massages

 


  • Indoor and Outdoor Pools
  • Restaurant
  • Shop
  • Conference Facility

 

Accommodation

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Premier Chalet – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 2000.00 2000.00
Single Rate 2000.00 2000.00
Bush Chalet – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 1000.00 1000.00
Single Rate 1000.00 1000.00
Family Chalet (4 Beds)– Min 2 – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 1500.00 1500.00
Single Rate 1500.00 1500.00
Premier Family Chalet (4 Beds) – Min 2 – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 2000.00 2000.00
Single Rate 2000.00 2000.00
Self-Catering Bush Chalet – Bed Only    
ACACIA (A & B) – 4 Beds (Min 2)    
ALOE (B & C) – 6 Beds (Min 3)    
ALEXANDRIA (A, B & C) – 4 Beds (Min 3)    
Per Person Sharing 880.00 880.00
Single Rate 880.00 880.00

Camping

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Camp Site (Max 8 People)    
Per Site
Per Person 170.00 170.00

Other

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Day Visitor Fee (Picnic) (Other)    
Per Person 50.00 50.00
Day Visitor To Pay Surcharge to Access Guest Amenities e.g Swimming Pool    
Per Person 100.00 100.00
Gym (Local Guest Monthly Subscription)    
Per Person 200.00 200.00
Guided Walk    
Per Person 150.00 150.00

 

 


 

Linda Katjaimo
Manager
  +264 62 501 091
  +264 67 501 094
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Dolomite

Dolomite Resort offers its clients an intimate experience of one of the most scenic areas of the Etosha National Park, an area where previously endangered species like the Black Rhinoceros and Black-Faced Impala have been successfully bred. With no fewer than 15 waterholes in the surrounding areas, Dolomite Resort presents an exhilarating wildlife viewing experience and with such abundance in animal diversity your only concern should be your photography skills. Specially arranged Game drives operated by knowledgeable Tour guides take you to parts of the Etosha National Park previously only known to Conservationists. With the area having been virtually “tourist-free” for half a century, it is common to see high numbers of Zebra, Giraffe and antelope species such as the previously endangered Black-faced Impala roaming the plains below the hill. Black and White Rhino can also be spotted in numbers at Klip –pan waterhole. Mirroring the animals in terms of sheer attraction, the Dolomite hill where the Resort is set presents a Botanists dream, boasting hundreds of plant species which bloom at different times of the year; giving Dolomite Resort its seasonal cadence of colours, aroma and mood.

 


20 tented chalets (3 Deluxe chalets and 17 Bush chalets)

En suite chalets

  • West-facing
  • Double Bed
  • Coffee / Tea station
  • Beautiful Sunset View

Deluxe chalets

  • Own Plunge Pool
  • East-facing
  • Double Bed
  • Coffee / Tea Station
  • Beautiful Sunset View

 


  • Bird Watching
  • Photography
  • Plant identification
  • Game drives
  • An artificial waterhole

 


  • Bar
  • Fireside Boma
  • Swimming Pool
  • Curio Shop

 

Accommodation

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Bush Chalet (2 Beds) – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 1430.00 1790.00
Single Rate 1430.00 2040.00
Bush Chalet (4 Beds)– Min 2 – B&B    
Per Person Sharing 1760.00 2090.00
Single Rate 1760.00 2310.00

Other

   
  Nov 2016 - Jun 2017 Jul 2017 - Oct 2017
Guided Morning Drives    
Per Person 605.00 605.00
Guided Afternoon Drives    
Per Person 605.00 605.00
Guided Night Drives    
Per Person 650.00 650.00

 

 


 

Japhet Xoagub
Manager
  +264 65 685 119
  +264 67 685 116