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  1. A Little Sossus Lodge Hotel Details
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    Sesriem :
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    A Little Sossus Lodge lies 35km southeast of Sesriem. It is surrounded by the Nubib, Tsaris and Naukluft mountains with views of the dunes in the west. In this exquisite location, you will be accommodated in simple but stylish stone chalets, built from the local occurring rock. Accommodation is in 16 well furnished chalets which ffer an en-suite bathroom with shower and toilet. A Little Sossus Lodge will ensure you an unforgettable stay in the tranquil desert surroundings. Relax under the African sky and enjoy a drink of your choice and then delight your palate with our African cuisine while the sun is setting. The main area of the lodge is an old farmhouse converted into a homely meeting place where you will experience a friendly and welcoming ambience. All areas are open plan inviting guests to wander around freely. On the well sheltered verandah you can enjoy your breakfast, lunch and dinner. The cozy lounge is decorated with ethnic African décor and comfortable leather sofas. Guests enjoy relaxing and cooling off around the pool in front of the main building. A Little Sossus Lodge offers scrumptious African cuisine with fresh produce from their own gardens. Special dietary requirements are catered for. The lights and fans in the chalets are powered by a bank of batteries, which are charged by wind and generator during the daytime. All amenities (soaps, shampoo, body lotion etc.) are environmental friendly. Twelve chalets are furnished with twin beds. Four chalets are family units comprising of four beds each.

  2. Andersson's Camp Hotel Details
    Namibia: Etosha National Park:
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    Andersson's Camp is a luxury tented camp situated within the private Ongava Reserve which is adjacent to Etosha National Park. Andersson's Camp is only a 15-minute drive from Andersson's Gate, and great game viewing is to be had both within Ongava and also Etosha National Park. The recycled farmstead forms the anchor of the main area that looks out onto a thriving waterhole. The main area comprises an undercover, open-air dining area, a spacious lounge and bar, with two open fireplaces in the lounge and a pool and open fireplace adjacent to the main area. Etosha is Namibia's premier game-viewing destination, where large herds of plains game concentrate around the waterholes in the dry season, making for exciting wildlife viewing. Most general game are present on Ongava Reserve as well as within Etosha, including springbok, gemsbok, wildebeest, Burchell's zebra, Hartmann's mountain zebra, waterbuck, red hartebeest, giraffe, eland, and the endemic Black-faced impala. Lion’s move between the park and the reserve and both black and white rhino can be seen. Birding is also good, with ostrich, Kori Bustard and raptors such as Greater Kestrel in abundance.

  3. Mowani Mountain Camp Hotel Details
    Namibia: Damaraland:
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    Between the Ugab and the Huab Rivers in southern Damaraland lies a vast and unspoilt wilderness area, boasting magnificent desert scenery, unusual geological formations, archaeological sites and a unique variety of desert fauna and flora. This is also the southernmost roaming-ground of the rare black rhino and the desert elephant. Here you will find the Twyfelfontein Conservancy and the Mowani Mountain Camp. The word M'wane means 'Place of God', and here you will find the true meaning of the words – peace and tranquility. Mowani nestles amongst the majestic boulders of this beautiful area on a high spot, commanding distant views over the ancient landscape. Great care has been taken with the design of the recreational areas, giving the impression of an African Village. The luxury-tents are elegantly decorated with furnishings especially designed for convenience and comfort. Guests can relax around a man-made rock pool that has been skillfully carved out of the local stone, blending in perfectly with the natural surroundings. Daytime activities include guided nature drives, in search of the elusive desert elephant, guided nature walks in and around the camp. We also offer excursions to the Twyfelfontein engravings as well as excursions to the Petrified Forest. Envisage comfort, solitude and relaxation and you envisage Mowani Mountain Camp. Visions of Africa. Elephant Nature Drive: At Mowani Mountain Camp, we offer our guests the option of going on an Elephant Nature Drive, which can last from 3 - 6 hours. The drive incorporates exploring the surrounding terrain in search of these magnificent beasts. There are only two groups of desert dwelling Elephants in the world, one in Mali and the other in Namibia! These elephants have adapted to their dry and often sandy conditions by having smaller body mass and larger feet in comparison to other elephants. Eighty years ago, more than 3000 elephants seasonally lived in Namibia's Kunene Region, mostly in the ephemeral rivers. Hunters and poachers killed most of them by the early 1980's. Over the past 20 years, MET, NGOs and Community Game Guards have protected them, so approximately 600 elephants roam the region today. Remember that elephants have mediocre eyesight, good hearing and excellent smell. And they can move FAST! They can accelerate from 0 - 40km/h in less than a second! Twyfelfontein Rock Engravings: Twyfelfontein is world renowned for its beautiful rock engravings. The rocks tend to be eclipsed by the engravings and artwork, but they also give evidence of fascinating events. It should not be overlooked that the engravings of Twyfelfontein were only made because of the extremely smooth and flat rock surfaces, which are of course of geological origin. Geology and rock art is therefore deeply connected here.

  4. Impalila Island Lodge Hotel Details
    Namibia: Caprivi:
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    Impalila Island Lodge is situated in north eastern Namibia on Impalila Island which forms the meeting place of four countries - Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Botswana. The peaceful and secluded Impalila Lodge is situated in Namibia on an island at the confluence of the mighty Zambezi and Chobe Rivers, at the meeting place of four countries (Namibia, Zimbabwe, Zambia & Botswana). Safari Lodge, Guided Walks, Mokoro Trips, Honeymoon, Fishing, Photography, Bird Watching, Game Viewing, Scenic Flights. The area is the eastern most tip of the Caprivi Strip - from the air an amazing mosaic of waterways, floodplains and bushveld - on the ground exceptional bird life, game-viewing and assorted vegetation - and in the waters outstanding fishing opportunities. Eight private chalets, elevated within lush riverine forest, offering superb views over either the Mambova rapids or quiet backwaters of the Zambezi River. Each chalet is luxuriously appointed with en-suite bathrooms and a choice of either king-sized double bed or twin beds, equipped with an overhead fan, hairdryer, mosquito nets and private deck. The Main complex facilities include swimming pool, bar, curio shop, reference library, lounge and dining area - all built under the canopy of an ancient baobab tree. Guests may choose how they spend their leisure time and apart from our luxurious accommodation and culinary delights, we offer them a wide variety of activities. A sunset game cruise on the Chobe River, fly-fishing the Mambova rapids for the rapacious Tigerfish or bream, guided walks on the island including visits to cultural villages and a 2000 year-old baobab tree, from where the meeting of all four countries and two rivers can be witnessed, mokoro (dugout canoe) trips in the quiet backwaters, or just pampered relaxation. Bird watching - some of Africa's rarest birds are spotted here. Day trips to Victoria Falls and scenic flights over the Chobe and Zambezi Rivers, can be arranged.

  5. The White Lady Hotel Details
    Namibia: Damaraland:
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    The White Lady BandB and Camping is situated in the old mine town of Uis(Oeis). The White Lady BandB and Camping is the ideal place for an overnight should you be en-route to Etosha, Petrified Forest or Vingerklip. It is also an excellent stopover on your way to Swakopmund and the Coast. Come enjoy our nice quiet desert atmosphere, friendly staff, and excellent service! There are seven rooms(single, double or triple en-suite - (bath or shower). Next door there are another seven rooms with 7 bathrooms for those who like to travel in bigger groups! The food is great and Braai(BBQ) facilities are enough! The swimming pool is next to the BBQ and have a Lapa for shade! The Campsite has clean ablution blocks and a swimming pool! Very peaceful. Electricity(220V) is available! With BBQ places too! Come enjoy our nice quiet desert atmosphere, friendly staff, and excellent service!

  6. Onguma Safari Camp Hotel Details
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    Etosha National Park
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    Sharing the eastern border of Namibia's Etosha National Park, Onguma Tented Camp is a beguiling mixture of sophistication and relaxation, of elegance and the earth. It is this intriguing combination and attention to detail that makes Onguma Tented Camp, the latest in Visions of Africa's up-market portfolio of camps, the ultimate in safari chic. The principal entrance of stone, wood and steel guides guests into the Camp's main u-shaped building with its lounge, dining area, cellar and dark, rimless swimming pool. From here one is entranced by the surrounding both inside and out. The lodge blends seamlessly with a natural waterhole that is edged with graceful makalani palms and attracts prolific birdlife and wildlife. Like the bush where soft air blows against sharp thorns, Onguma Tented Camp is a study in contrasts. Textures such as stone, suede, linen and steel create a setting that is sleek and modern but also inherently of the earth. Inspired by a photograph of an Oryx on Etosha's Fisher's Pan, the interior echoes the colours of its natural surrounds. Grey, charcoal, black, white, and creams, together with a touch of muted or unexpectedly bright green, adds sophistication and earthiness to the atmosphere. Linen drapes blowing in the breeze provide softness and a movable frame for the beautiful views outside, giving the camp a romantic, 'Out of Africa' feel. Stunning white beaded chairs, nguni cattle skins on screed floors, ostrich eggs shells painted a vibrant green, soft green suede cushions, African art and artifacts plus glossy African inspired books of photographic art placed in the lounge add the detail that sets this lodge apart. The seven spacious tents extend the u-shaped design, allowing for both privacy and fantastic views. Styled similarly to the main lodge in the colors of the bush, each tent is designed with the same attention to detail and has a feeling of natural luxury. Each tent has both an indoor and outdoor shower, a gorgeous modern interpretation of an old zinc bath, a separate toilet, two stone basins and a private sitting area. Classic safari tents are softened by draping billowing white fabric above, creating the illusion of being in the clouds. With thick white towels, cool cotton dressing gowns, oversized European pillows, retro inspired fans, stainless steel lights, gunmetal grey and white linen, the attention to detail takes time to absorb. From each bed in every tent, there is a direct view out onto a waterhole that is floodlit at night. Under a canopy of stars, lions roar, hyenas cackle and owls hoot. In the morning, if one should choose to get out leave such comfortable surroundings the bush continues to beckon. Onguma Tented Camp is located on Onguma Private Game Reserve. With over 20,000 hectares of protected land, wildlife, including lions, jackals, countless antelope plus rare black rhinos, roams free. Guests can enjoy guided walks through the bush and both day and night game drives on this private reserve, along with drives into neighbouring Etosha National Park. An amazing place with an equally amazing location, plus a camp that blends natural elegance and style, relaxation and stimulation with a vision for the future truly sets Onguma Tented Camp apart, creating a new standard in safari chic.

  7. Mango Guest House Hotel Details
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    Mango Guest House is situated in Ongwediva town in Namibia, strategically located along the main traffic road connecting it to the neighbouring towns of Ondangwa and Oshakati. We offer seven comfortable rooms comprising two rooms with twin beds, two rooms with double beds, one room with a queen-size bed and a Family Room accommodating up to four guests. The rooms are well ventilated, fully air-conditioned, and feature tea and coffee facilities and wireless Internet access. A restaurant and bar is available, as well as satellite TV, and the lovely swimming pool is ideal on those hot summer days.

  8. Wolwedans Dune Camp Hotel Details
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    Namib Rand Nature Reserve
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    Nestled amidst the dunes in the heart of NamibRand Nature Reserve, Wolwedans provides the perfect base from which to explore vast stretches of awe-inspiring nature. NamibRand Nature Reserve, one of Southern Africa's largest private conservation areas, is situated on the edge of the Namib Desert, close to Sossusvlei. The Reserve shares a common border with the Namib-Naukluft Park in the west and is protected by the Nubib mountain range in the east. Covering an area of some 200.000 hectares close to Sossusvlei, NamibRand is bordered by the Naukluft Park in the west and the impressive Nubib Mountain range in the East. The special attraction of the reserve is the diversity of desert landscapes. Virtually all facets of the Namib are represented here. Mountains plunging down into endless grassy plains, which are interspersed by red vegetated dunes, create a living tapestry of colours and shapes that make it a visual utopia for artists and photographers. Game species found in the reserve include gemsbok, mountain and plains zebra, springbok, red hartebeest, bat-eared fox, spotted hyena, Cape fox and African wildcats. The more rocky areas are inhabited by kudu, klipspringer, baboon and leopard, while the dunes harbour a rich and diverse micro-fauna. Over a hundred species of birds have been recorded. Once the hunting ground of the Spotted Hyena, Wolwedans takes its name from the African for 'where the wolves dance'. Our portfolio of camps provides ample opportunity to meet our guests' different expectations and preferred levels of comfort - be it the rustic Dune Camp, the more elaborate Dunes Lodge or the Wolwedans Private Camp. Located on the very edge of a 250-meter high dune, this Camp overlooks the prominent Losberg Mountain towards the east. Heading west, the Chateau viewpoint - one of the reserves' most enchanting panoramas - can be reached by foot in less than five minutes. The Camp sleeps a maximum of 12 guests in a totally unspoilt setting. Guests stay in comfortable tents pitched on wooden platforms and these are furnished with standard beds, bedside tables and a suitcase rack. Each tent has a spacious verandah and a private bathroom fitted with a hot shower, washbasin and flush toilet. Meals are enjoyed at the central lapa. The lounge, dining area and an open-plan kitchen, which allows guests to chat to their chef while he is preparing a three-course dinner, guarantee a cosy ambience. A sundowner deck with fireplace provides a relaxed atmosphere for brilliant star-gazing. Whilst the lodge aims at accommodating those guests in need of relaxed comfort, the camp is a more down-to-earth and close to nature experience. Children over 12 welcome.

  9. Nkasa Lupala Tented Lodge Hotel Details
    Namibia: Caprivi Strip:
    Katima Mulilo :
    Mamili National Park
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    Built on the banks of one of the many channels of the Kwando–Linyanti river system, this unique Namibian wetland paradise in the eastern Caprivi Region, commonly known as Mamili, was recently renamed Nkasa Lupala National Park. The lodge is located on the northern unfenced park border in the Wuparo Conservancy that is part of the successful and award-winning Namibian conservation program followed by IRDNC and WWF. Nkasa Lupala National Park is famous for its large herds of elephants and buffaloes. It has a high population of game that attracts all the major predators. Nkasa Lupala Tented Lodge offers 10 luxurious tents on stilts with en-suite bathroom facilities offering hot water generated by solar power. The tents offer a superb eco-friendly and personalized safari experience. There is one Honeymoon Tent and one Family Tent, and guests can savour their eyes on herds of buffaloes and elephants from the tent decks. The lodge’s spacious and comfortable lounge and dining area is built on a raised deck offering breathtaking views across the channel and floodplains. Game drives to the Mamili National Park as well as the Mudumu National Park depart in the afternoon and mornings, offering fantastic game viewing opportunities surrounded by wilderness. There have been over 400 bird species recorded within the park making this a birders dream adventure. Sundowner boat cruises, mokoro trips and guided walks ensure a complete experience for guests staying longer than one night. The area offers amazing photographic opportunities and memories to last a lifetime. A large population of the park’s wildlife roam freely on the unfenced lodge surroundings through the savannah and woodlands. Feasting your eyes on lions, leopards and hyenas is a common phenomenon in this wetland paradise. Sometimes even the rare wild dog graces us with its presence.

  10. Onze Rust Guest House Hotel Details
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    Onze Rust Guest House offers homely Namibian atmosphere, only 110 kms from the Botswana border. Neatly fully furnished air conditioned rooms with private braai area and TV (Mnet). Inside secure parking. Double or single rooms as well as family accommodation. Breakfast inclusive, supper optional First town across the Botswana border, half-way to Henties Bay for fishermen! Email facilities available.

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