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Accommodations in Namibia

For more information about the accommodation we make available on our holidays to Namibia see here. You can also view pictures of the accommodation here.

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Klein-Aus Vista


Klein-Aus Vista is set in a magnificent location at the foot of the Aus Mountains on the border of Sperrgebiet, the prohibited area of diamond mines.

The lodge consists of the Desert Horse Inn and the Eagle’s Nest Chalets, where you will be staying. The Eagle’s Nest Chalets are located 7 km from the main building, the restaurant and the lounge, where there is a telephone, fax and internet connection.

There are nine chalets in all, built of giant boulders or actually carved into the cliff face. All chalets have stone floors and wooden furniture, and all feature a separate bathroom, kitchenette, fireplace and veranda overlooking the seemingly endless Namib Desert. From the windows, it is not unusual to see small ‘klipspringer’ antelopes and wild horses grazing close to the lodge.

The countryside around Klein-Aus Vista is truly extraordinary, and there are numerous vantage points close to the lodge that you can easily reach by mountainbike or on foot.

Palmwag Lodge


In Damaraland, by the Uniab River in north-west Namibia, is the small 3-star Palmwag Lodge. The river brings life to the whole area. Shady palm trees create an oasis-like atmosphere in the middle of the desert and the water draws animals to the area. The surrounding area is home to zebras, kudus and elephants.

The rooms are simple yet functional, and all have an en suite bathroom. The lodge’s restaurant affords a wonderful view of the river, and it is not uncommon for elephants to wander past right in the middle of breakfast! There are two pools and a cosy lounge area with books on the area.

Onjala Lodge

The private nature reserve

Onjala Lodge has four bungalows located in the bush just a short distance from the main building. Each bungalow is divided up into two separate and spacious rooms, furnished in warm African colours and featuring an en suite bathroom. Relax on the veranda and read a book, enjoy the magnificent setting and listen to the sounds made by all the different animals. If you are lucky, you may even see a warthog or an antelope wander by.

Meals are served in the charming thatched restaurant, from where there is a wonderful view out over the valley.

After a day packed with exciting experiences, it is a delight to take a refreshing dip in the pool.

Onjala Lodge also places high emphasis on eco-friendliness and sustainability. As the region experiences little rain and a great many hours of sun, it is crucial to recycle water and make use of renewable energy. Onjala has therefore established its own purification plant and solar heating installation.

Etosha Gateway


Just a 20-minute drive from Andersson Gate, one of the access roads to Etosha National Park, is the 3-star hotel, Etosha Gateway. Like a small oasis in the midst of the otherwise torrid landscape, Etosha Gateway offers three swimming pools to refresh you after the day’s safari in the national park. It has a lovely garden with its own kitchen garden, and an impressive number of birds, which gather in the shady branches of the mopane trees.

All rooms are pleasantly appointed in a lovely blend of light colours and dark, heavy furniture, for a cosy, light look. All rooms have a small terrace, coffee and tea facilities, air conditioning and mosquito nets, and there is free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.

The hotel’s restaurant offers delicious Namibian dishes, often made with vegetables from the hotel’s own garden.

Etosha Village

Etosha National Park

Etosha Village enjoys a wonderful location right by the Andersson Gate, the gateway to the Etosha National Park.

The hotel has 45 bungalows, all of which have a private bathroom and a lovely outdoor veranda, where you can relax and enjoy the view of the nature around you. All of the bungalows have air conditioning, a fridge, tea and coffee making facilities and a safe.

There is not one but three swimming pools with sun loungers, where you can enjoy a drink after the day’s safari.

The hotel has a restaurant, a bar and a small shop.

Etosha Village is part of the Taleni hotel chain.

Etosha Safari Camp

Etosha National Park

Just 10 km from the entrance to Etosha National Park is the pleasant 3-star Etosha Safari Camp. Here, there are 50 cottages furnished in warm, African colours, making for a lovely atmosphere. Each cottage features its own bathroom, air conditioning, mosquito nets, safe and own porch.

Meals are enjoyed in the rustic restaurant, and you can later have a drink in the colourful bar, furnished like a local roadside pub.

Naturally, the camp also has a swimming pool, so you can cool off after the day’s safari. A pleasant and rustic camp with a healthy serving of charm.

Etosha Safari Lodge

Nationaal Park Etosha

Situated as it is 10 kilometres from the entrance to Etosha National Park, the stylish Etosha Safari Lodge is far from the world’s hustle and bustle.

The hotel consists of 65 bungalows, all with an en-suite bathroom, air conditioning and private veranda, allowing you to really enjoy the beautiful scenery. In addition to the cosy, elegant bungalows, the hotel comprises a restaurant, bar and a lovely swimming pool with sun loungers affording the most wonderful view of the unique nature.

After your experience at Etosha National Park and seeing all the wildlife, you can relax and enjoy the scenery while dining under the stars on the restaurant’s veranda. Round off the day with a chat around the camp fire or enjoy the unique light of the landscape from the sunset deck.

Mokuti Lodge

Etosha National Park

Mokuti Etosha Lodge is just a 5-minute drive from Von Lindequiest Gate – the east entrance to Etosha National Park.

The lodge is situated in its own, 4,000 hectare nature reserve close to the historical Namutoni Fort and right next to the fascinating national park. The complex is made up of charming thatched buildings and a large garden planted with local plants and trees, laid out around two crystal clear pools. This explains the name ‘Mokuti’, which means ‘in the forest’ in Ovambo (the local language).

The lodge has a total of around 100 rooms, all well appointed with a separate bathroom/toilet, air conditioning, and a free Internet connection. Other facilities include a mini-refrigerator and safe, and some rooms have a TV as well.

Mopane Village Etosha

Etosha National Park

The rustic camp, Mopane Village Etosha, is located some 14 km from the Andersson Gate – the most popular entrance to the Etosha National Park.

The camp consists of 10 spacious tent-like constructions/cabins that make up the rooms. The comfortable tent cabins have a private bathroom, and are located far enough away from each other for you to enjoy peace and quiet – yet close enough to each other for you not to feel isolated.

The camp has a restaurant, a small pool, a boma and Wi-Fi. Guests have the opportunity to go on various walks around the camp.

Mushara Lodge

Etosha National Park

Mushara Lodge is located 8 km from the Von Lindequist Gate on the eastern border of Etosha National Park.

The lodge is built in a charming mix of traditional African and contemporary styles.

It features ten spacious, thatched chalets laid out in a horseshoe pattern around the pool. The chalets have a separate bathroom, and feature air conditioning, mosquito nets, a minibar, safe, WiFi, telephone, and tea- and coffee-making facilities.

Other facilities at the lodge include a communal lounge with a fireplace, a bar with a fine wine cellar and a restaurant.

Gelukspoort Guest Farm

The Fransfontein Mountains

Gelukspoort Guest Farm is located close to the Fransfontein Mountains and covers an impressive 5,000 hectares.

It features six beautiful, spacious chalets appointed with dark wood furniture and tiled floors. All chalets have a separate bathroom and a veranda from where you can admire the stunning landscape.

Facilities at the farm include a swimming pool, a restaurant and a lounge with a bar and fireplace.

From the ‘sundowner deck’, there is a 360-degree view out over the surrounding countryside, and late in the afternoon you can watch the wild animals come down to the watering holes to drink as the deep red sun sets on the horizon.

Cañon Lodge

Gondwana Canyon Park

Cañon Lodge is located on a hilltop between gigantic boulders in the privately owned Gondwana Canyon Park.

The lodge comprises 25 thatched bungalows built of wood and natural stone in harmony with the immediate surroundings. All bungalows feature comfortable beds, mosquito nets, air conditioning and a separate bathroom.

Other facilities at the lodge include a bar and restaurant that was originally an old farm, built back in 1908 by three Bavarian brothers.

After a day packed with wonderful experiences, relax by the pool and admire the magnificent view out over the barren landscape.

Late in the afternoon, just as the sun starts to set, enjoy what is known as a ‘sundowner’ – a refreshing drink on the lodge’s own mountain.

Bagatelle Kalahari Game Ranch


Bagatelle Kalahari Game Ranch is located on the outskirts of the southern Kalahari Desert, surrounded by red sand dunes and lush green areas.

The lodge has been carefully designed and furnished with natural materials that perfectly suit the fantastic surroundings

Bagatelle Kalahari Game Ranch comprises three different types of chalet: four chalets are built on stilts on top of the red sand dunes, from where they provide a peerless view to the south-west; six are constructed from bales of straw and nestle comfortably between the dunes; and there are four ‘garden’ rooms positioned next to the main building, with its thatched veranda. All the different types are built to the same high standard, all have a separate bathroom, and all are fitted with air conditioning, ceiling fans, a minibar, and tea- and coffee-making facilities.

In partnership with the Cheetah Conservation Fund, Bagatelle Kalahari Game Ranch is the ‘animal keeper’ for a coalition of cheetahs, who live in a fenced-off area commissioned by the Ministry for Tourism and Wildlife. These beautiful felines cannot be re-released into the wild for one reason or another, so everything possible must be done to ensure they can enjoy the most ‘natural’ life possible.

From the lodge itself, there is a magnificent view out over the rugged landscape, and the sunsets here are an absolute delight. The view encompasses a watering hole, where the animals come to drink and the cheetahs play.

Other attractions at the lodge include an area with a pool table and hammocks, as well as a swimming pool, bar, wine cellar stocked with South African wines, and an outdoor restaurant serving Namibian and international cuisine.

Namib Desert Lodge

Namib Desert

At the foot of a large, red sandstone rock – in the shade of the trees – lies Namib Desert Lodge. The light in the early morning or the late afternoon is hard to describe – it must be experienced!

The 68 rooms all have their own veranda and a private bathroom. The rooms are rustically appointed in colours that are in keeping with the desert outside.

The hotel has two pools with ample space for sun loungers, a restaurant and outdoor bar – the latter affording wonderful views of the surrounding landscape.

Okonjima Plains Camp


Okonjima Plains Camp is an old cattle farm originally built in the 1920s. It is located close to the Omboroko Mountains in the Okonjima Nature Reserve, which is home to the AfriCat Foundation – a rehabilitation centre for the big cats of Namibia.

Okonjima Plains Camp has 30 rooms, all appointed with a refrigerator, tea- and coffee-making facilities, ceiling fans, a safe and a telephone, as well as a veranda that provides a magnificent view out over the plains.

Facilities at the camp include a charming outdoor restaurant and lounge that overlook a watering hole where the wild animals come to drink.

Activities include nature rambles and a ‘bushman walk’ that gives you the chance to experience the big cats of Namibia, and some of the 250 species of bird that live on the reserve.

Erongo Wilderness Lodge


Erongo Wilderness Lodge is located close to the small town of Omaruru, surrounded by an intriguing mix of desert, bush and mountains. The lodge is actually built into the huge granite formations of the Erongo Mountains. The mountains were shaped by a volcano that erupted around 130 million years ago. In addition to the magnificent mountains, the region is home to a variety of rare and endemic plants and animals.

The lodge is built on stilts, and the different buildings are linked by raised walkways and stone steps that blend in seamlessly with the surroundings. The complex comprises ten comfortable chalets, all fitted with ceiling fans and a minibar, and all have a separate bathroom and a veranda where you can sit and admire the surroundings.

Breakfast and dinner are served in the restaurant, which looks out over an illuminated watering hole. You can also enjoy refreshments on the special ‘sundowner deck’.

And after a day packed with exciting experiences, there is nothing better than taking a refreshing dip in the pool.

Otjiwa Safari Lodge


Otjiwa Safari Lodge is one of the oldest farms in the country. It is located in the unspoiled countryside of the Otjiwarongo Region. The lodge comprises 12,000 hectares of bush, where you can see up to 25 wildlife species wandering around.

The lodge features five modern 2-room chalets furnished in African style and providing wonderful views. All rooms have an en suite bathroom, mini-bar and air conditioning.

Other facilities include a lounge, bar, restaurant and swimming pool overlooking the savannah and the Omatako Mountains.

The lodge organises a variety of activities and excursions including nature walks, game drives, birdwatching tours, visits to a place where vultures feed, and rhinoceros tracking.

Otjiwa Safari Lodge is the place were tranquillity and adventure meet.

Waterberg Wilderness Lodge


Waterberg Wilderness Lodge is situated in Otjosongombe Valley – a green oasis, just south of the Waterberg Mountains.

The lodge is built of the red sandstone peculiar to the region, and the ten bungalow rooms are all positioned under the large, shady trees. All the rooms have their own veranda and seating area. Afternoon tea and cakes are served in the ‘tea garden’. The water in the swimming pool comes from a nearby spring.

In the evening, it is common for guests to assemble around the bonfire site to enjoy a drink together before dinner is served. The meals in the restaurants are prepared using fresh ingredients, some of which are actually grown in the lodge garden.

Elegant Desert Lodge


Elegant Desert Lodge is good hour’s drive south of Sesriem. The lodge is primarily built from natural materials such as large rocks and wood to fit perfectly in the surrounding nature.

All rooms have a private veranda where you can sit and enjoy the view of the vast open plains, which are surrounded by mountains in the background. You might even be lucky enough to see an oryx or a herd of zebras strolling past.

The pool invites you to enjoy a refreshing swim, and afterwards lie and relax in the shade for an hour with a good book while you just enjoy the nature right outside.

A Little Sossus Lodge


Surrounded by mountains and with a view of the red sand dunes – 35 south-east of Sesriem – is A Little Sossus Lodge. The lodge is a re-purposed farm, and both the atmosphere and home comfort are well-preserved in the common lounge in the main building. Enjoy your breakfast and dinner on the big veranda – from which you have a view of the lodge garden, which provides the kitchen with its local ingredients. After a long day of experiences, you can cool yourself off in the lodge’s small swimming pool.

The rooms consist of 20 cottages, each with their own bath and toilet. The ceiling fan and illumination in each room operate using solar and wind power, and the soap and shampoo are environmentally friendly. Note that there is no TV in the rooms.

Desert Quiver Camp


Perfectly located, with a unique view, amazing wildlife and just 5 km to the gateway to the Sossusvlei, lies Desert Quiver Camp. Its 24 cabins are almost like small apartments and are perfect if you are travelling with your family or just want a little extra space. And you can even make your own food if you feel like it.

All cabins have an en suite bathroom, a large veranda with a barbecue, an outdoor kitchen with a fridge and space to sit. You can borrow utensils from reception, and it is possible to order fresh food every day. If you do not wish to cook on your holiday, you are less than a 5-minute drive from Sossusvlei Lodge, which has a restaurant.  All rooms have their own parking space.

The main building has a bar, a communal TV and Wi-Fi, and it goes without saying that there is also a pool at the camp.

Hoodia Desert Lodge


This family-owned lodge is set in a beautiful location on the banks of the Tsauchab River, bordered by mountains and just a 20-minute drive from Sesriem Gate – the entrance to Sossusvlei with its world-famous dunes of deep red sand.

The lodge comprises 11 chalets, set well apart from one another to assure privacy in these enchanting surroundings. All chalets feature a separate bathroom, air conditioning, tea- and coffee-making facilities, a refrigerator, mosquito net, outdoor shower and veranda.

Facilities at the lodge include a pool, a charming lounge with a fireplace, and a bar and restaurant.

Sossusvlei Lodge


Sossusvlei Lodge is located right next to the entrance to Namib-Naukluft Park, making it the perfect base for visits to Sossusvlei and Sesriem Gorge.

The rooms are a charming mix of bungalow and tent. The floor and bathroom are made of tiled brick, while the other walls and the ceiling are canvas. Each of the 45 rooms has a covered terrace with a view of the nearby dunes. The rooms have their own bathroom, air conditioning and safe.

Facilities at the lodge include a restaurant, bar, swimming pool and small souvenir shop.

Beach Hotel Swakopmund


Beach Hotel Swakopmund is situated just 50 metres from the sea and just a short stroll from the centre of Swakopmund.

It offers a wide selection of rooms, all decorated in bright, friendly colours and with access to a balcony. On top of the hotel is the sun terrace and a small pool. The view from up here is phenomenal.

The hotel has a restaurant and bar, a gym area and the possibility of having a massage.

Hotel Zum Kaiser


The luxurious Hotel Zum Kaiser is situated in the historical part of the coastal city of Swakopmund. This means that the local entertainments, architecture, shopping options and beaches are all within easy reach.

The hotel has 21 rooms, all with their own bathroom and toilet, air conditioning and Wi-Fi. Other in-room conveniences include a TV, a safe, coffee and tea-making facilities and a minibar/refrigerator.

The hotel has a bistro and a delightful roof terrace and bar, which is the perfect place to sit and admire the sight of the sun setting over the Water.

Organic Square Guesthouse


Organic Square Guesthouse is located in the heart of the historical section of Swakopmund, not far from the blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean, cafés and ‘Jetty 1905’ – the famous seafood restaurant.

The seven spacious, modern rooms are equipped with a TV, WiFi, a fridge and tea- and coffee-making facilities. They also have a separate bathroom and access to a small private garden.

The guesthouse has its own restaurant.

Swakopmund Plaza Hotel


At the heart of Swakopmund and surrounded by historical buildings is this modern hotel with 66 rooms of various sizes. All rooms feature their own bathroom, hair dryer, air conditioning, flat-screen TV, mini-bar, safe, as well as tea and coffee facilities.

Breakfast is enjoyed in the little bistro in on the ground floor, which also serves a light lunch, and at the end of the day we warmly recommend that you take a trip up to the hotel’s rooftop terrace, where there is a fantastic view of the city, the sand dunes and the ocean.

Free Wi-Fi is available all over the hotel.

Swakopmund Sands Hotel


A stone’s throw from the beach lies the delighful Swakopmund Sands Hotel. A stroll along the beach takes you into the centre of town.

The small hotel’s 25 rooms are all modern and stylishly appointed, with a TV, fridge, private bathroom and tea/coffee making facilities.

There is Wi-Fi in communal areas and easy access to parking.

Tsauchab River Camp

Tsauchab River

By the shady shores of the Tsauchb River, surrounded by the Naukluft and Tsaris Mountains, lies Tsauchab River Camp. The camp is located on a former farm, which dates back to 1911, and which has actually served as a camp since the 1930s. German geologists had a base here while they explored the area – and that perhaps says a lot about the geological and natural uniqueness of the place.

The small thatched stone houses that house the rooms are rustically appointed in earthy colours, in keeping with the nature outside.

There is a restaurant, bar and pool, and a wealth of activities are offered by the camp.

Twyfelfontein Country Lodge


Twyfelfontein Country Lodge is located close to the UNESCO World Heritage site Twyfelfontein. The lodge was built back in 2000, to serve the growing number of guests who wish to visit the area and experience the unique rock paintings.

The lodge is constructed of materials from the local area and painted in colours, blending beautifully into the landscape. There are 56 double rooms in total. The hotel has a lounge, an open restaurant area and a bar.

Rivendell Guesthouse


At a comfortable walking distance from the centre of Windhoek is the pleasant guest house Rivendell.

There are 12 rooms of varying sizes and designs. All the rooms feature ceiling fans – some also have air conditioning. There is no TV in the rooms, but if you need to stay up to date on news from around the world, there is a TV in the lounge, where you can easily have a chat with the other guests as well. The little bar is an “honesty bar”, where you help yourself to what you should want from the refrigerator – you put the money in the till yourself.

Rivendell has a pleasant courtyard with a small swimming pool and some loungers where you can relax after the day’s experiences. Wi-Fi is available in the common areas.

Safari Court Hotel


Safari Court Hotel is located in the southern part of Windhoek. The spacious rooms have their own bathroom/toilet, air conditioning and satellite TV.

The hotel has a restaurant and bar, as well as a large swimming pool in a lush garden. Other facilities include a spa and fitness centre.

There is also a free shuttle bus service between the hotel and the city centre, with departures every half hour.

The Elegant Guesthouse


The Elegant Guesthouse is located in Klein Windhoek, a 5-minute walk from Joe’s Beerhouse, the most famous restaurant/pub in Africa.

The guesthouse has six comfortable double rooms, all with a TV, telephone, air conditioning, tea- and coffee-making facilities, a safe and a separate bathroom.

Other facilities at the guesthouse include WiFi, a lounge with a TV and DVD-player, a small library and a garden with a pool.

Windhoek Gardens Boutique Hotel


This charming little hotel, Windhoek Gardens Boutique Hotel, is located a short walk away from the centre of Windhoek.

The hotel’s 28 rooms all feature immensely charming and distinctive interiors in wholly unique Namibian themes. All the rooms are modern, spacious and include a desk. There is also air conditioning, a mini-bar, flat-screen TV, coffee/tea facilities and a bathroom with a hair dryer and toiletries.

In the hotel’s pleasant courtyard is a small outdoor swimming pool. The hotel furthermore has both a bar/lounge and a restaurant with an a la carte menu, and the breakfast buffet is served here as well. If you would like to pamper your body after the experiences of the day, you can purchase beauty treatments at the Rejuvenation Beauty Spa.

There is free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.

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