Spending the night under the southern night sky, out at the back of beyond in the African tree and shrub savannah of the Kalahari – this experience is offered by the Kalahari Anib Campsite.
The campsite at Khan River Lodge offers a real African experience...
Situated 45 kilometres south of Wolwedans and hugged by massive granite rocks. The camp sleeps a maximum of 8 guests in four spacious tents and is undoubtedly the most exclusive camp at Wolwedans.
Desert Rhino Camp offers one of the most thrilling adventures to the intrepid explorer - an encounter with the astonishing desert-adapted black rhino!
Okahirongo River Camp is an eco-friendly lodge built on a sweeping ridge and opening up to breathtaking views of the Kunene River, in the Marienfluss Valley of North-West Namibia.
offers 200 different self-catering Bungalows, equipped with bedding (no towels), hotplate, fridge & braai Reservations require pre-payment.Rates very rasonable! Centrally located near beach & shops.
Set up under Mopane trees with loving care, this campsite offers guests many shady spots covered with lawn.
Andersson's Camp takes its name from famed explorers Charles Andersson and Sir Francis Galton - who in 1851 were the first Europeans to set foot at Etosha Pan, the world's largest saltpan.
Under tall shady trees on the bank of a dry riverbed nature lovers find attractive and well-shielded camping sites (distance to the Fish River Canyon: about 24 km).
Over 400 well equipped, luxurious rooms of different categories, 4 bars, 3 restaurants, 2 pools, an exclusive dayspa and gym, free shuttle to city centre and the largest conference centre in Namibia.
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