Namibia Wildlife Resorts
Conserving Namibia’s Natural Heritage
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The Fish River Canyon is one of the largest canyons in
the world. In places this canyon is 550 m deep and overall it is
some 160 km long. It is one of the main tourist attractions in the
south of the country.
Set in the rolling hills of the Khomas Hochland, less than
20 Km from Windhoek, Daan Viljoen Game Park is the ideal retreat
for visitors to Windhoek who are looking for peace and tranquility,
whilst still in easy access to the Capital.
Replete with history and romance Duwisib castle is an ideal
stopover for visitors’ en route to the South of Namibia. It
was built by the German army officer Baron von Wolf for his American
bride Jayta in the early 1900s.
One of the largest savannah conservation areas in Africa,
Etosha National Park is world reknown for its spectacular wildlife:
elephant, black and white rhinoceros, lions, leopards, cheetahs,
large herds of springbok, zebra, wildebeest, giraffe and a multitude
of other fascinating species, big and small, interacting in their
Etosha is jam-packed with wildlife, it is the shining gem
in Namibia’s crown.
Fish River Canyon
The Fish River Canyon is one of the largest Canyons in
the world and is home to a fantastic hiking trail.
92 km from Windhoek, Gross Barmen is located on the banks
of a tributary of the Swakop River. The focal point of the resort
is the thermal spring which supplies water, at 65°C to both
the indoor and outdoor pools.
Halali -Etosha National
Strategically located halfway between Okaukuejo and Namutoni,
Halali is situated at the base of a dolomite hill, amongst shady
Mopane trees. A flood-lit waterhole which is viewed from an elevated
vantage point provides exceptional wildlife viewing throughout the
day and into the night.
The Hobas Camping Site is situated 10km from the main Fish
River Canyon viewpoint along the access road to the canyon. It has
a kiosk with basic supplies and a swimming pool.
Khorixas Lodge is the ideal stopover between Etosha and
the Kunene region and Skeleton Coast Park. Nestled in the hills
below the Brandberg, it provides a relaxing environment for travelers,
weary after a day\'s exploration.
Namutoni - Etosha National Park
Namutoni is located in the eastern side of Etosha National
Park. It centers on an old German Fort, overlooking the King Nehale
waterhole. The Fort has been developed into the hub of activity,
offering two restaurants, a relaxation lounge, a bar, crafts boutique,
curio shop, jewellers and bookstore.
Sandwiched between two deserts – the Namib in the
west and the Kalahari in the east – Namibia’s arid southern
region offers breathtaking landscapes.
Onkoshi - Etosha Park
Nestled on the rim of the pan on a secluded peninsula,
Onkoshi Camp is a low impact, environmentally friendly establishment
with only 15 units (30 beds), which guarantees a truly personal
and exclusive experience. The location is entirely out of view of
current tourist routes, and all other developments in the area,
and thus offers a pristine, tranquil and unique experience. Guests
arrive in Namutoni from where they are transported to Onkoshi Camp
in NWR vehicles.
Okaukuejo - Etosha
Okaukuejo is located 17 km from the southern entrance of the park,
and famous for its flood-lit waterhole, where visitors can observe
at close quarters a spectacle of wildlife congregating and interacting.
Popa Falls Resort is your gateway to the north - eastern
corner of Namibia - with its perennial rivers, magnificent indigenous
woodlands, riverine forests, floodplains and reed - lined channels.
It is the ideal base from which to explore the Mahango Game Park,
with over 450 species of birds recorded.
If you were to choose one picture to represent Namibia then it would
probably be a picture of the dunes in and around Sossusvlei.
The sheer isolation of Lüderitz with its colonial-style
buildings gives the town a curious other-worldly allure. Lüderitz
is renowned for its old-world charm and distinctly German colonial
The Skeleton Coast Park was proclaimed in its present form
in 1973, and extends from the Ugab River in the south 500 km to
the Kunene River in the north. The attraction of this remote area
lies essentially in the color, changing moods and untouched profile
of its landscape.
Sossus Dune Lodge
Namibia Wildlife Resorts has launched the first lodge in
the Namib-Naukluft Park, the Sossus Dune Lodge in June 2007.
An anglers paradise, nothing but empty beach and rock and
Isolated on the northern Skeleton Coast this seasonal
camp is for the adventurous fishermen
Von Bach Game Park is about 68 km north from Windhoek,
near Okahandja. The game park covers 4 300 ha within the thorn-bush
savanna biome. Dominant tree species are camel thorn, blue thorn,
sweet thorn and ringwood tree.
Waterberg Camp is the gateway to the Waterberg Plateau,
one of the most spectacular features of the northern region, towering
some 200 meters above the surrounding landscape, with sheer cliffs
and fascinating rock formations.
The West Coast Recreation Area is the 200-km stretch of coastline
extending from Swakopmund to the Ugab River, and regionally recognized
for its excellent angling potential.
NWR GENERAL PRINCIPLES
• Rack rates include 15% VAT and Tourism levies.
• Rack rates are subject to change without prior notice and are
subject to NWR’s terms and
• Children under the age of 6 stay free of charge.
• Children 6-12 years old pay 50%.
• Provision for children will be made upon arrival; however the
booking must be made in advance.
• No more than two children may share a room with their parents.
• Disabled access units are available at a number of our facilities
– please enquire and specify when booking
• These rates are approved by Resolution number 2008.03.31/02 of
the Board of Directors of Namibia Wildlife Resorts.