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If there was ever an enchanted garden, this is it. Entering the Kalahari Farmhouse is like stepping into a magical enclave or an oasis in the desert - far away from the world.
Anchored in its very own, private channel of the Kwando River, the River Villa offers her guests the opportunity to experience the Bwabwata National Park in a private and intimate setting.
Gaze over the flood plains and enjoy luxurious solitude on the banks of the Chobe River. Assuring extraordinary experiences, we offer 20 charming tented chalets.
Amongst the town’s captivating contrasts and old traditions, Gondwana’s Delight is a fresh breeze in the desert. Conveniently located within short walking distance of the ‘Mole’, our modern, uplifting and inviting hotel is the ideal base for your stay.
Enjoy the pleasures of city life and the serene atmosphere of Africa in style in The Weinberg Windhoek.
The four Namushasha River Camping2Go tents are equipped with four beds each and an en-suite bathroom with a shower. Self-catering guests find a fully-equipped kitchen on the outside terrace with a fridge, stove, sink and all the necessary cooking utensils and cutlery.
Between Kaokoland and the Skeleton Coast, where the flat-topped Etendeka mountains and the carpet of rich red rock greet the tributaries of the Uniab River, lies Palmwag Lodge and Camp.
Creatively constructed with sublime desert views, Desert Whisper is designed as a luxuriously special desert retreat for two.
One of the highlights of Kaokoland in the far northern reaches of Namibia, Epupa is a magical belt of makalani palm forest on the perennial Kunene River.
Resembling a roadhouse of old with a large red roof, the lodge is a veritable treasure-house and a 'must-do' stop when visiting the canyon.
Experience the magical atmosphere of our rustic self-catering camps in the northern reaches of the Fish River Canyon.
Namushasha River Lodge celebrates the wonders of the Zambezi water world with accommodation fit for a king.
Down to earth, relaxed, innovative and charming are Etosha Safari Camp's alluring qualities - and of course, its proximity to Etosha National Park.
Namib Dune Star Camp is situated on the crest of ancient sand dunes overlooking the spectacular landscape of the Namib Desert.
The lodge effortlessly portrays the shape of an Nguni cattle head, with chalets stunningly furrowed to the north and south, from the central area like a bull’s horns.
As if an African kingdom of old, Damara Mopane Lodge is constructed in a semi-circle of interlinking pathways leading to a lavish swimming pool at its centre. Innovatively designed, each chalet has its own small garden planted with vegetables.
Quiver trees, Nama culture, rugged landscape and an impressive sweeping rock formation characterise Canyon Village.
Nestled between rounded granite boulders, Canyon Lodge's quaint century-old farmhouse reception, verdant garden and cool pond invite and welcome you into the enchanted enclave.
Entering Hakusembe River Lodge at the end of the winding gravel track, you are greeted with a refreshing image of green lawn, large trees, a collection of thatched chalets and a strip of sparkling river. Instantaneously the fresh balm of beauty soothes your weary soul.
Just east of Aus, Klein Aus Vista is nestled in the granite-gneiss hills with magnificent views of the landscape.
Rediscover freedom at Klein Aus Vista with its sweeping vistas of subtle colours where the Pro-Namib merges with desert sands.
There's a touch of magic and intrigue at this rustic 'Ghost Canyon' cabin. Simplistic but exclusive as it hides in a secluded valley, where a rusty bullet-ridden Hudson greets you at the entrance road, a relic from a gunfight between diamond smugglers and police.
Space is an attractive element at Etosha Safari Lodge with its lavish view, spacious deck- and dining-area and airy rooms with private verandas.
Complementing the magnificence of a red sand sea, Namib Desert Lodge lies at the foot of ancient fossilised dunes. Make some space for wonder!
This is the first of Gondwana's lodges to be entirely constructed using sandbags instead of bricks.
Newly-built, modern, innovative and stylish, Zambezi Mubala is a secret river hideaway where water laps the shores of the mighty Zambezi, hippos laugh and the calls of fish eagles pierce the vast blue sky.
After spending an unforgettable day in the desert with the remarkable sights of Sossusvlei and the Sesriem Canyon, it is time to unwind around a cosy campfire at night with loved ones while listening to the call of the hyena.
Palmwag Camping2Go offers you a serene escape to the north-western part of the country, in which you delve into a tranquil haven nestled within the poetic landscape of the dramatic Etendeka Mountains and overlooking the Uniab River.
Combine an adventurous safari into Etosha National Park with a quiet barbeque evening at a campfire in one of the eight self-catering tents close to Etosha Safari Camp.
Ideal for nature-lovers, this peaceful campsite comprises thirteen spacious sites, each with its own power-point, light, wash basin and fireplace.
Good campsites are prized gems for those adventurous travellers who prefer to set up tents and sleep under the stars.
A lucky find along the Okavango River. Nestled in the vegetation close to the riverbank, the Hakusembe River Campsite offers four private oases from which to enjoy the abundance of the river.
Sixty kilometres from Sesriem and Sossusvlei, Namib Desert Campsite is a secret retreat far from the hustle and bustle of the busier campsites.
Here in the lush Namushasha River Campsite, you can set up camp on the grassy bank under old grandfather trees and breathe in the spirit of the river.
Forty kilometres east of Katima Mulilo, Zambezi Mubala Campsite is idyllically set on the water’s edge in a grove of tall, shady trees.
Resting at the fringes of the Kalahari Farmhouse, in a grove of palm trees, Kalahari Farm Campsite is an unexpected find in the Kalahari. Blessed with artesian water, the small pocket of land is a verdant oasis that produces an abundance of produce for the Gondwana Collection.
Tucked behind Canyon Roadhouse, Canyon Road Campsite offers shady camping on the bank of a dry riverbed, against a backdrop of rocky hills.
Desert Horse Campsite at Klein Aus Vista is a magical campsite. It will call you back again like an echo. Resting in an amphitheatre of rock, it's a hideaway that evokes the feeling of wilderness although only a 2 kilometer-drive from Desert Horse Inn.
Campsites on the riverbank are among the greatest places to set up tents, take out chairs and a good book and be lulled by the gentle river song.
An intimate refuge, guests can indulge in the privacy offered by our six campsites. The campsites offer stunning views of the wild plains along the Chobe River. Wildlife is in abundance and guests can experience it all in authentic, natural environments. Just 4km from the Ngoma border post between Namibia and Botswana and close to the surreal Chobe National Park, this is the wildlife and bird enthusiast’s dream.
A total of four permanent tents have been set up close to Kalahari Anib Lodge. They are equipped with four beds each and an en-suite bathroom with a shower.
Spend the night under the star-studded sky in the Kalahari Desert. Kalahari Anib’s three private sites, surrounded by an expanse of African savannah.
On the Eastern fringes of Namibia, the red sands of the Kalahari beckon. Let us introduce you to the place of burnished sands at Kalahari Anib Lodge.