Alte Bruecke Holiday Resort
If you are looking for a great location, Alte Brücke Holiday Resort can offer you exactly that. We are situated 200m from the beach, in the older part of Swakopmund, 1.2 km from the center of town as well as within easy walking distance from many popular restaurants, pubs, local shops and attractions. We also have our own very popular Old Steamer restaurant on the premises.
Our action desk can give you information on activities available at the coast and will book any activity offered in town for you, at no extra cost to you. Feel free to ask any of our office staff and they will be more than happy to assist and keep you entertained with all the things Swakopmund has to offer.
Alte Brucke is very proud of the fact that we have our very own solar plant for power and all geysers are solar or gas powered. We really care about the environment and your health . We also produce some of our own greens and vegetables in our garden.
All of our chalets are fully furnished and equipped. You only need to bring your own braai grid and beach towels. Housekeeping services are included in our bed price, but is unfortunately not available on Sundays and public holidays.
Alte Brucke has 36 fully lawned camp sites. Each camp site has its own private bathroom, a built braai, 220V power point and wash basin. Wifi is also available at the camp site.
Brandberg Rest Camp
We are located in Uis, a little town in an unspoilt rural area of the Damaraland and on route Swakopmund - Etosha Game Reserve.
We supply accommodation for all kinds of people, being anything from Poolside rooms to Camping for the outdoors type. Our affordable accommodation includes air-conditioned en suite rooms, self-catering units and a campsite. Enjoy our large swimming pool, the restaurant with a bar and free Wi-Fi. We also offer guided self-drive and 4x4 tours.
About our Rest Camp
The Brandberg Mountain is 2 573 meters above sea level making it Namibia’s highest point. It derives its name from the glowing colours it reflects during sunsets. The main attraction is the White Lady, one of more than 45 000 rock painting in the area. A 1-hour hike will take you to what is widely agreed to be a bushman painting at least 2 000 years old. In 1955 it was described as a “white lady’’ by Henri Breuil, who made the connection to paintings he saw in Greece. Hellenistic influences have been excluded in its origin but the name stuck. The name is also misleading as the painting is that of a male hunter.
Broadwater River Estate
We, the stunning crew of Broadwater River Estate, take our guests on a journey into an exceptional environment of space and open skies, quality and comfort, natural artistry and Northern Cape friendliness. Our private river escape nestles on the banks of the Vaal River near the towns of Douglas and Kimberley. In this beautful aquatic environment, you will find space for the solitary and activity for the energetic.
Wake up to Broadwater River Estate’s natural beauty in one of our luxurious air-conditioned units. All rooms have river views, DSTV and coffee / tea facilities. Choose between guest rooms with en-suite bathroom, two-bedroomed chalets with two bathrooms, a fridge and a patio with braai facilities, or our apartments with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, a kitchenette as well as a patio with barbecue.
Alternatively, camp in style on the banks of the Vaal River. Each one of our 4-star camp sites has a private bathroom, a scullery and a power point.
We also have a wide range of facilities and things for you to do on the property, such as a swimming pool, river and water sports, e.g. fishing; a kiddie play area, trampolines as well as a bar with TV for the sports lovers, amongst others.
With a passion for food, gorgeous river views as well as a menu that always promises something new, our restaurant is open 7 days a week, from early to late. Join us for a sunset cruise with cocktails on our natura barge, bring your loved ones, your friends and your family. With a bit of luck you will spot one of our fish eagles. Dock as the sun sets and enjoy a lovely meal at our restaurant.
Broadwater River Estate is an ideal wedding location with beautiful venue options, accommodation for up to 100 guests and spectacular river views. We also pride ourselves on our adaptability when it comes to hosting your special day.
Whether it is a smaller or a larger executive group, our fully equipped conference facilities and variety of venues are perfect for any business event such as conferences, meetings, product launches, company breakaways, team-buildings, workshops and much more.
Buccaneers Lodge & Backpackers
Our accommodation in Chintsa West, the Buccaneers Lodge & Backpackers is situated a 10-minute walk from the beach as well as 5km from a game reserve and spreads out like a village over 8 ha of forest. Our gem on South Africa's Wild Coast comprises of budget and luxury accommodation as well as adventure and relaxation. Come, stay with us and leave your heart in Africa.
Our range of accommodation options suits every pocket and ranges from beautiful en-suite guest rooms, fun family cottages and funky dorms to budget rooms and a stunning campsite.
Buccaneers has certainly touched many souls but far more importantly, many tummies too. We serve amazing meals in convivial dining areas and offer generous portions as well as varied menus. Breakfast, lunch and dinner options are all available every day with excellent veggie alternatives too. In summer our vibrant TV-pool bar serves light lunches and pizzas from an à la carte menu.
On our spacious grounds you will also find a sparkling pool, a beautiful dam, canoes, boogie boards, plenty of birdlife, a volleyball court, pool table and a ping-pong table as well as a yoga room, chilling spaces, book swap, communal kitchens, parking, night watchmen, a bus stop for backpackers and so much more.
Cape Cross Lodge
Literally metres from the Atlantic Ocean, Cape Cross Lodge presents a unique and serene stop for travellers along this vast untamed and seldom explored wilderness on the Skeleton Coast.
The curious mix of Cape Dutch and West Coast fishing village architecture, nestles colossal windows which embrace the natural light and reveal endless vistas. Around this idyllic oasis lies infinite ocean and desert, littered with the eerie remains of man’s past endeavours. Nearby, rocky outcrops provide a perfect playground for a large colony of Cape Fur Seals. Cape Cross Lodge is the ideal stop over on your journey from Swakopmund to Terrace Bay, Opuwo, Palmwag and the Kunene Region.
The Lodge offers 18 sea view standard suites and two sea view semi-suites. No matter the time of day or night, the large sea-facing windows frame breathtaking panoramas that can be enjoyed from every room. All bathrooms are en-suite and while the first floor balconies offer a private space for one to enjoy the scenery, the ground floor balconies also provide direct access to the sandy beach. Four of the bedrooms have been linked with a door to create a family suite when needed. We also offer six rooms with wheelchair accessibility.
Our self-catering unit can accommodate 4 pax. This seaside cottage has an indoor "braai", open-plan kitchen with an under-counter fridge, small living /dining area and en-suite bathroom.
Each of the 21 campsites is equipped with its own light, with a switch and a double 220v plug as well as its own trip switch. A wash basin with cold running water and a work surface serve as an alfresco kitchen. Each site has its own braai area. There is a central ablution facility with showers, hot and cold running water, hand basins and mirrors. Campers are welcome to use the facilities at the lodge which include a bar and an à-la-Carte restaurant as well as our in-house museum. The lodge sells ice, wood, fire lighter, freshly baked bread and other basic food items. Please enquire at reception. A limited quantity of fuel and diesel is kept on the premises for the campers convenience. Freezing and fish cleaning facilities are also available. Lock-up facilities are available in the lodge for all safe-keeping of documents, cash and other valuables.
A collection of watercolour paintings created by local Namibian artists, portray the beauty of the surrounding landscapes and the wildlife that reside there. The artworks are displayed within the dining area and all items are for sale.
In 1486, the early Portuguese explorer, Diogo Cao, erected a padrao or cross on a small rocky outcrop along the desolate and unforgiving shores that hug the Skeleton Coast. Battered by sudden squalls and fierce windstorms, blasted by the shifting desert sands and baked under a relentless sun, the cross remained undisturbed by Europeans for four centuries. Cape Cross has witnessed many a shipwreck and maritime disaster and is home to a replica padrao that stands on a terraced platform within the seal reserve.
The museum, within the lodge, houses many remnants of past settlers who relentlessly withstood the harsh desert elements to mine rich deposits of fossil guano and to harvest seal skins. The first railway line in Namibia was established at Cape Cross and visitors to the museum can delve in its historical value. Souvenirs, postcards, small mementos and the history of Cape Cross in book form can all be purchased in the museum.
Cape Cross Seal Reserve
The Cape Cross Seal Reserve is a protected area managed by the Namibian government. It is home to one of the largest Cape Fur Seal colonies in the world with numbers reaching up to 100 000 animals. It derives its name from the padrão (stone cross) that was initially erected by Diogo Cão in 1486.
Welcome to the jewel of the Otjipatera Mountains. The Etusis Lodge is a small oasis in the heart of our nature reserve. A row of grass-covered buildings built with natural stone from Etusis is your retreat after a long journey or the day's excursions.
The homely Etusis Lodge is situated in a beautiful private game reserve 40 km from Karibib and offers a choice of accommodation ranging from camping and self-catering to private bungalows with half board, some of which are wheelchair-accessible. Relax at the pool to the sounds of nature or enjoy many activities, e.g. game drives, nature walks or horse riding.
At the heart of the property is our restaurant and main building with the bar under a camel thorn tree. A sundowner has never tasted better - when you step out onto the terrace, you can enjoy the view of our embankment with the small waterhole, which is frequented by kudus, zebras and baboons. Behind it rises the Etusis marble mountains and the mighty Otjipatera massif.
Our grass roof bungalows are spread around our pool. A wonderful opportunity to cool off, especially during the warm lunchtime. A table tennis table offers further variety. Our small museum with artifacts from Etusis and the surrounding area from nature or history invites you to visit and also serves as a room for conferences.
We have a lot to offer - don't just come for one night but rather stay with us for two, or even better, three nights, giving you the chance to really experience Etusis and pursue various activities. To travel the 17km from the C32 only for one night in our - admittedly very beautiful - bungalows would be a shame.
Ganora Guest Farm & Excursions
Give us one day and get 250 Million years! Experience true Karoo hospitality on Ganora Guest Farm, which is situated 7km from Nieu Bethesda and 60 km from Graaff-Reinet.
The guest cottages of this comfortable accommodation nestle deep in the slopes of a depression carved into the bedrock by ancient rivers in pre-historic times. As a working sheep farm Ganora provides you with first hand experience of life on a typical Karoo farm and modern, rustic farm accommodation in twin guest rooms and double rooms.
Tours & Activities
The farm boasts various sites with well-preserved rock paintings and engravings, bringing to life 10 000 years of Bushmen folklore. The surrounding rock formations and rich fossil beds on the farm bear testimony to the events that contributed to the formation of this vast land. Guided tours comprise of Bushman paintings, Anglo Boer War engravings, a private fossil & artefact museum as well as fossil and medicinal plant walks.
Whether you want to relax in the peaceful Great Karoo or enjoy an adventure and go hiking, biking, swimming or birding, all this you will find here.
Hudup Camp Site
The small and cosy Hudup Camp Site is located on the C19, 15km east of the little town of Maltahoehe and offers camping in the bush or on the Hudup River banks as well as self-catering.
Choose between 7 campsites and 2 self-catering chalets, each sleeping two people. The two solar-powered bungalows are fully equipped.
Wander along the river banks. Over 100 different bird species have been sighted making this a Mecca for bird lovers. Alternatively, join us on a round trip in a 4x4, with the highlight of visiting the lesser known Bushman’s Canyon - pre-booking is essential. Short walking trails around the camp can be done on your own, for example to the old ruins of the first owners on the southern hillslopes. Wander to the East along the river bed where you could come across some of the wild animals of the area, e.g. baboons, springbucks, kudus and jackals.
We also offer a guided hiking trail to the lesser known Hudup Canyon - locally known as Bushman's Kloof. Pre-booking is essential. Even here you find the remains of the first settlers of the region. A pond with a man-handled pump can be viewed as well as stone building remains of the settlers. Some steep climbing is necessary.
On special request we also offer sightseeing tours over the adjacent farm which gives you an insight into the local farming business and on a 3 to 4 hour excursion you may also visit the Hudup Canyon, the Rock-Bridge as well as other areas of the farm. Please arrange with your camp booking as the farm activities do not always correspond with the guest activities.
iGowati Country Hotel
We are situated in Khorixas in Damaraland. It is the perfect stopover on your way to see the wonders of Damaraland. iGowati means "desert dunes". The Lodge is build and decorated in the colors of the Namib Desert.
The accommodation is covered in natural thatch that is commonly seen in Namibia. Our lodge offers you the amenities of a city hotel in a rural setting. We offer a friendly and efficient service. The Damara people that work at iGowati are believed to be one of the first ancient groups to settle in Namibia and are of Bantu origin. Damaraland and Khorixas have a slow African rhythm with friendly people and a welcoming environment to all guests visiting our town and lodge.
We have 29 en-suite rooms equipped with telephones, fans and coffee/tea making facilities. Our restaurant offers and ala-carte menu as well as buffets for large groups and our bar is open during the day. At night the Aba's khab traditional group entertains our guests and Mr. Michael Doeseb cultural historian shares some interesting facts about the Damara people and their traditions most evenings.
We have a swimming pool to cool off in and our curio shop have some of the interesting arts from Damaraland and the rest of Namibia. We also offer some necessities to travelers and campers.
Our aim is to help make your dream of an unforgettable African holiday a reality.
Kaoxa Bush Camp
Enjoy the view of the Limpopo Valley as you look out at the rocks and Baobab trees.
The area (Limpopo Valley) is an ancient, arid (dry) unspoilt part of Africa. Kaoxa Bush Camp is in the Limpopo-Shashi confluence area near the boundaries of Botswana, Zimbabwe and South Africa. The Limpopo Valley is known for its majestic Baobab trees. Kaoxa Bush Camp comprises 3 intimate cottages built with stone and thatch and 3 Safari tents, all with en-suite bathrooms. They open onto your personal deck overlooking an extraordinary vista.
Information displayed in the camp about the inhabitants of the bushveld, and remains from the Bushman culture will enrich your stay with us.
The new Mapungubwe National Park is also on our doorstep just a 10-minute drive to the main entrance.
We now have a campsite available for those that wish to camp with us.
The Farmhouse Kaoxa is a beautiful place to unwind with friends and family in the African bush in the midst of the Koppies (rocky hills), surrounded by Kalahari-sand and ancient Baobab trees. Elephants roam freely.
Our thatch cottage has open ended eaves to allow air circulation. There are two beds with their own mosquito nets, separated by a chest of drawers. Electric lamps give subtle yellow insect- free lighting. A ceiling fan ensures air circulation and there is an electric plug socket. The back of the cottage has a basin, shower and toilet that are separated from the sleeping area by a ‘half wall’. Large picture windows help bring the stunning African views into the room. Outside is a 2×5 m elevated wooden deck, where you can relax and watch game. Each unit is far enough away from its neighbour to ensure privacy.
Our safari tents are covered by a separate roof for shading and weather protection. Each tent has a basin and shower with a separate lockable toilet. The sleeping area has two beds resting on a built-in ground sheet and separated by a chest of drawers. Windows and doors are all netted. Subtle electric lamps set the mood, and there is an electric socket. You can view the gorgeous views from a stone and cement verandah . Adjacent to this is a small barbecue, should you prefer to prepare your own food rather than using the communal area in the boma.
Lake Oanob Resort
Would you like to spend a quiet and relaxing time full of peace and beauty? Maybe you and your family would also like to celebrate any kind of occasion together with a marvellous view over the lake, the dam and the mountains? Are you already on your way back home from an exciting trip and would love to calm down and live again through your impressions, adventures and new experiences?
Then you have found the right place!
Relating to our leading slogan “Body and Soul in Harmony with Nature”, it is the Lake Oanob Resort project’s aim to keep the scenery the way it is. Surrounded by mountains and hills, the lake and the friendly staff represent a place for your body and especially for your soul.
We will do our very best to offer you this peace, beauty and recreation at any time!
Situated on 6200 hectares in the beautiful Hardap Region and only 100 kilometres south of Windhoek, Lake Oanob Resort is a unique resort featuring spacious luxury chalets, cosy rooms and attractive campsites. Lake Oanob Resort offers superb lake views, genuine, heart-felt hospitality and is the perfect place to relax and be invigorated.
Some activities you can enjoy year-round include game drives, hiking, boat rides, canoeing, aqua-cycling, the giraffe pool bar, and swimming in our outdoor pools or in the lake.
The Lake Oanob Resort offers many different types of accommodation: from luxury chalets to en-suite and family rooms over to a special suite and different campsites as well. Most of our accommodation facilities are situated by the lake.
Each luxury chalet has a stunning lake view and includes a living and dining room with comfortable furniture. It has a fully-equipped kitchen, an outside BBQ place and a spacious terrace - with all the comforts and amenities of home.
The family rooms can accommodate a maximum of two adults and two children (up to 12 years of age). There are two single beds for the adults and on the gallery two single beds for the children. Here you can also enjoy the lake view from your own terrace.
The 31 camping sites are partly located at the waterfront, partly in the bush and are suitable for big/small tents as well as cars with roof tents, campers and caravans. Camping areas are all equipped with BBQ facilities, a drinkable water point and electricity. Toilets and showers are in the adjacent ablution blocks with hot water. Some campsites have their own toilet and shower.
Lapa Lange Game Lodge
This oasis surprises you from the minute you arrive with lush green rolling lawns and water features on the edge of the Kalahari. Expect friendly staff, contempory decoration in air-conditioned thatched accommodation, ice cold beers and cocktails. An evening game drive with sundowners, followed by a traditional barbeque while being entertained by the dancing and singing of local San people under a starry Namibian sky is a must do for guests at Lapa Lange.
We are surrounded by the majestic beauty of Southern Namibia, a diverse and stark landscape, rich in plant, animal and bird life. There are over thirty different species of game to be found on our semi-desert savannah. Relax and watch a variety of game at the waterhole including exotic species such as Rhino, Black Impala, Golden & White Oryx, Black & White Springbok, White Blesbok, Njala, Giraffe, Cheetah, Kudu, Gemsbok, Zebra and many more, or hop in one of our game drive vehicles to track game in the veld.
If you’re looking for something unique our venue is the ideal location for weddings and conferences of all sizes. Speak to our coordinator about options.
Our kitchen uses the freshest local produce to serve up spectacular buffet style breakfast, lunch and dinner. We offer an abundance of meat options and guests are treated to a wide array of venison dishes.
The suites and chalets are well-appointed with all the creature comforts you expect on your safari vacation, including crisp bed linen and comfy beds, spotless bathrooms, air conditioning and housekeeping.
The whole lodge is centered around a waterhole, offering the perfect vantage of the animals from just about anywhere and every room. One truly feels in touch with nature.
Rinse off the Namibian heat in our crystal clear pool, the perfect place to soak up some sun with your favorite Wilbur Smith novel (and drink in hand).
Louvain Guest Farm
This is a tranquil working farm situated in the upper Langkloof Valley, halfway between George and Uniondale on the N9 in the Western Cape.
We offer a secluded campsite, pet-friendly self-catering accommodation in restored farm buildings, ideal for couples or families.
Experience starry nights and fresh mountain air in this perfect breakaway from city life.
We offer activities such as: Amazing 4×4 Trails Bird Watching with a plethora of different species Beautiful Hiking Trails, Mountain Biking with unbelievable views, Stargazing with clear skies and no pollution.
Louvain is also perfect for any: Weddings (Sleeping up to 86 Guests). With all the space Louvain has to offer, it makes the perfect Wedding Venue for anyone looking for beauty outdoors!
The Langkloof valley is 160km in distance and stretches from Herold, a small village north of George, to Humansdorp near Port Elizabeth. The valley is an important, fertile, fruit growing region nestled between the Kammanassie and Kouga mountains and the Outeniqua mountain range.
With an abundance of beauty and awe-inspiring views, you will never find yourself bored at Louvain Guest Farm.
Louvain Guest Farm has a brand new venue, set to host more than 100 guests. Our venue is suited for any event. Have your dream wedding or simply have a business getaway. Louvain’s new venue will make anyone happy. Spaceous, functional, luxurious and mindblowingly beautiful!
This beautiful wedding or function venue will please anyone, set with everything one would need, with a awe-inspiring view as a bonus!
Mondjila Safari Camp
Situated only 70km north of Outjo on the C38, Mondjila Safari Camp offers an unforgettable overnight experience to or from the Etosha National Park.
We offer 11 luxury en-suite tents. The tents all have twin beds in with a standing fan to cool down the warm summer temperatures. Enjoy the beautiful view from the tent deck while sipping on a sundowner drink. Each tent is situated in such a way that it has its own view.
We also offer eight grass campsites, each with its own power point, light and braai area. There is also an ablution block with warm water. The thatched dining and bar area offers breathtaking views over the Mopane Landscape.
Relax in our pool or enjoy game drives into Etosha or go hiking.
We Self-Catering and Camping offer visitors the best of both worlds. It is situated 10,6 km south of Windhoek on the B1 tar road to Windhoek and less than 15 minutes’ drive from the traffic circle.
Monteiro lies in a beautiful setting in the Auas Mountains surrounded by nature with wonderful views to the nearby hills and peaks. Opened in 2005, Monteiro offers guests a choice of accommodation: Guest rooms, Guest house, Campsites and Safari Tents.
The guest rooms (self-catering) are each equipped with a double bed and two bunk beds.
These rooms have full, spacious en-suite amenities with a bath and a shower in the one guest room and a shower only in the other guest rooms. There is a fridge, a microwave, a 2-plate stove/oven and a TV. Private braai facilities are also provided.
The guest house (self-catering) has three bedrooms, one bathroom, a fully equipped kitchen, dining-room and lounge with its own private patio and braai facilities outside.
Some of the camping spots enjoy lovely, well maintained, grassy/shady sites. Each one of these campsites has electric lights, running water, power points and braai (barbeque) facilities, for which wood can be purchased. There is also a communal bush kitchen and hygienic ablution facilities.
The place of the hippo - Tucked away in Zambia, our stunning Mvuu African Safari Lodge is situated right on the banks of the Zambezi River which is home to a plethora of intriguing flora and fauna. Our friendly staff will make you feel welcome, passionate chefs conjure up superb meals, informed guides make your safari experience completely unforgettable!
The magnificent Zambezi River is undoubtedly a bucket list destination and our team would like to share this enchanting African paradise with you.
At Mvuu Lodge we live close to nature. Our luxury tented camps, self catering and bush camp accommodation is situated in a secluded location deep within the game rich Chiawa area, next to the Zambezi National Park and opposite the world heritage site of Mana Pools.
Choose between the 10 luxury stone Bemba cottages and safari tents or for self-catering the en-suite Tonga chalets which are equally comfortable and have one family unit, as well as our famous campsites. Alternatively enjoy a luxurious stay at our elegant flagship tent, Shaka Deluxe, which is tucked away from the main camp and, with its lounge area, a king size bed and two single beds, is equally ideal for a family of four or for a secluded couples retreat.
Game drives, fishing, canoeing and river cruises. Mvuu has a variety of activities for the whole family. Indigenous bush surrounds our lodge, wildlife roam freely through the camp and the almost un-spoilt, abundant river offers phenomenal game fishing, with trophy, catch and release Tiger fishing being our specialty. Alternatively relax in our swimming pool area.
Our thatched restaurant and bar, with its stunning deck that extends over the banks of the Zambezi River, is the perfect spot for absorbing those breathtaking sunsets whilst sipping a sundowner, dining out under a canopy of brightly lit stars whilst the evening fire and sounds of the bush fill the background, or for having your early morning coffee whilst the dramatic dawn announces the new day in true African splendour. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner on a set menu basis, and the bar is open from 10.00 till 22:00.
If you are camping or on a self-catering package, you are more than welcome to join us at the bar or restaurant for a meal or two if you are not in the mood for cooking. Please book these meals in advance with your accommodation, so that the kitchen can plan ahead in terms of supplies.
Our native owned safari and travel services company MyTrip Connector has professional travel offices in the United States, and a ground operations team within the countries of southern and East Africa, such as Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Botswana and South Africa.
As destination ambassadors representing our own African countries, we have an accurate and natural advantage to passionately serve all visitors in all aspects of the tourism industry as well as all travel services. Our uncompromising, dedication and quality driven personalized services include, but are not limited to, private tours and group tours.
Tours & Destinations
We offer wildlife and camping safaris, beach holidays, day trips, mountain trekking and tailor-made safaris under our safari options.
Our destinations include, but are not limited to the following: Arusha National Park, Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara, Tarangire National Park, Mkomazi National Park, Mount Kilimanjaro, Mount Meru, Oldoinyo Lengai and Zanzibar.
Why Choose Us?
It is our core belief that it is the quality of guiding that determines the overall excellence of a safari program. Experienced, multilingual and mature safari guides, specializing in wildlife, ornithology, cultural tourism, low environmental impact tourism (Eco-tourism), walking, canoeing and photography, make our safaris in Africa an assured incredible experience.
Because we understand guiding standards and its intricate relationship with accommodation experiences, professional services within the hospitality industry and beyond, and provide our services to clients who live in parts of the world where top level service is a norm, we are the only Tanzanian tour company to create independent and consistent three-tier safari experience gauging standards.
Namib's Valley of a Thousand Hills
This lodge is located 180 km southwest of Windhoek in the Namib highland with a view of the Guab Valley which is riddled with thousands of hills creating a photographer‘s heaven. This natural scenery creates a fairytale feel to a place otherwise known for its dry and arid conditions. Namib’s Valley of a Thousand Hills also is the ideal halfway point between Sossusvlei, Windhoek and Walvis Bay.
We have a fully functioning restaurant, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. There is a bar, infinity pool and lounge with a free Wi-Fi spot to relax in.
The lodge has a luxury unit with an en-suite bathroom which is ideal for older guests. We have 5 self-catering units as well as a family unit, all of which are placed about 300 metres away from the lodge to maximize the scenery but also to preserve privacy. There are also 3 camp sites with shade and own ablutions.
Namibgrens Guest Farm
Namibgrens holds many unspoken promises for nature lovers, soul seekers and other extraordinary people. It is set in the perfect location; far enough from the hustle of busy towns but close enough for travellers seeking accommodation en route.
If you are looking for solitaire accommodation, Namibgrens is the perfect spot, just 60km’s outside the town. Experiencing the majestic, abounding beauty of the awe-inspiring landscape is difficult to translate into the language of humans.
The whispers of the desert winds move the heart to levels of unknown connection with greatness beyond comprehension.
What to Expect
Being rural and away from contemporary living, doesn’t mean there is a shortage of activities. Hiking, 4×4 trails, traditional Nuguni cattle, canoeing and picnics are just some of the activities for you to try.
We do however, consider all special requests and can cater for weddings, birthday parties, team building events or any form of entertainment.
For the corporate and business market looking for the perfect stopover on route to Windhoek, Solitaire or a number of towns, Namibgrens Guest Farm provides the perfect solution.
For those looking to venture out a bit more, there are a number of attractions in the area worth seeing. Explore the ancient dunes of Sossusvlei, a must see in the early morning, when the golden light is nothing short of breathtaking.
Naukluft National Park at 50 000km² is the largest game park in Africa, a wildlife enthusiasts idea of heaven. The Gamsberg Nature Reserve is also in close proximity and is home to Namibia’s fourth highest mountain.
While searching for Solitaire accommodation as you negotiate the C14 out of Namib Naukluft National Park, you will come across the Kuiseb Pass. Its breathtaking scenery is worth stopping for.
The Spreetshoogte Pass joins the Khomas Highlands and the Namib Desert and is the steepest in Namibia, offering some impressive views.
Namibgrens Guest Farm has something that will appeal to everyone.
NamibRand Family Hideout
Only you and the desert. Our NamibRand Family Hideout is a converted and deserted home of Karakul sheep farmers which is remotely situated on the farm Stellarine on the NamibRand Nature Reserve, one of Southern Africa’s largest private nature reserves.
As the sole occupier of our charming and authentic farmhouse, you will be able to appreciate quality time spent alone with your family or friends. The Hideout is simply yet comfortably equipped for your essential needs and even wheelchair-friendly. It is a solid haven from the sometimes harsh desert conditions and evidence of bygone farming days still remains in the old walls, fences and outbuildings, which are almost buried by ever-shifting sand dunes.
Accommodation is mostly on a self-catering basis, but we gladly prepare meals such as half board or full board if booked well in advance.
We added an exclusive campsite to our accommodation offerings. Out of sight and earshot of each other, Campsite Orion and Campsite Venus are each nestled into the dunes, with a waterhole for animals and birds. The views are stunning and you are truly alone with nature, but have modern camping facilities such as flush toilets and solar-heated hot showers. Ample shade is provided for protection from the Namibian sun and canvas roller blinds for wind protection.
Opened in March 2019, campsite Jupiter is located in its own private dune valley and has the same facilities as the other two campsites; however it has an enlarged wooden deck with a roof and wind protection, a charging station for all your devices as well as a drinking waterhole for animals. It is also fully wheelchair-accessible.
Please note that limited cellphone coverage and Wi-Fi can be located only 5 kilometres away at the base camp in case of an emergency.
Enjoy the spectacular views over the vast plains and ancient blue mountain ranges after enjoying one of our activities on offer, e.g. 4×4 dune drives or educational walks with our qualified guide into the glowing red dunes of the Namib Desert for a close encounter with the fascinating variety of fauna and flora. The kids will love dune-boarding and the endless open spaces, or chasing after beetles and lizards scuttling over the sand dunes.
A small water-hole just 50 metres from the veranda attracts a myriad of birdlife as well as oryx antelopes, springboks, zebras, bat-eared foxes, porcupines and other African wildlife. With a bit of luck, you might even see giraffes! The exceptional surroundings and clarity of the air provide endless opportunities for photography by day and fantastic star gazing at night.
Slow down, leave the stress and pace of our high-tech world behind you for a while and relax around an open fire in the silence of the multi-coloured sunset, punctuated only by the click of barking geckos. Whilst on holiday in Namibia, here in the vast and ancient Namib Desert, nature still reigns supreme.