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Welcome to Rustig Toko Lodge Camping
Rustig Toko Lodge is close to Kamanjab is situated in the north west of
It is the ideal base for tours to the Etosha National Park, the Epupa Falls on the Kunene River and to visit the indigenous people of Namibia, the Himba.
The wide variety of bird species found on our farm, give Rustig Toko Lodge its name. Not only is this an idyllic place for bird viewers, but also its striking fauna and flora make Rustig Toko Lodge an attractive and popular holiday destination.
Rustig offers you 3 quiet camping places each with its own shower, toilet and washing point, set amongst trees away from the main lodge this peaceful area is for those who would like to experience the true peace and quiet of camping in the bush.
Camp site: Our "Omumborombonga" campsite is named after the holy tree of the Herero people and offers you three separate camping sites with toilet facilities and hot showers. Enjoy privacy along a beautiful wildlife filled dolomite ridge and encounter the most amazing bird-life Namibia has to offer. Dinners can be pre-booked at the lodge. Firewood, Ice and BBQ packs are also available for your convenience.
Game / Nature Drives: Our open-vehicle game drives on this 6000 ha. Farm let you experience the abundant beauty of nature. Here you can see Giraffe, Springbuck, Kudu, Oryx, Eland, Warthog, Zebra, Ground squirrels, Mongoose, Secretary bird, Rueppell’s korhaan, Namaqua Sand grouse, Snake eagles, Bee eaters, Pale chanting goshawk, roller’s and many more. We also explain to you our cattle farming operation, water reservoirs and borehole systems.
Night Drives in search of the "shy" five Our ever popular night drives are highly recommended and give you the chance to spot the ‘shy five’: Aardvark, Aardwolf, Porcupine, African Wild Cat and Bat-Eared fox. You can also spot the very seldom Pangolin (Scaly anteater), Brown Hyena, Honey Badger and Small-spotted Genet, Serval Cat, Springhare, various owls, night badger, Crowned Lapwing, Kori bustard and various nocturnal snakes.
Dolomite Walks (Guided or unguided): Enjoy a early morning or late afternoon guided or unguided walking trail along dolomite hills to spot Damara Dik-dik, Klipspringer and rock dassies or to identify over 200 bird species, including three types of hornbills, especially our logo bird, the endemic Monteiro’s Hornbill and the rare Hartlaub’s Francolin. Our guide will explain to you the different animal tracks and details about the flora in our environment.
Short Himba Excursion: Partake in a tour to our newly established Katenda Himba Village nearby for a short 1 hour tour, which will give you a basic insight into the very special ways of the Himba Tribe.
Peet Alberts Koppie (Rock Enravings) (Guided or unguided): This magical site offers you a wide spectrum of impressive rock engravings.
200 000 years ago, the San documented daily occurrences with endemic wildlife onto one of the oldest and hardest rock formations, the Kamanjab Granite. This granite formation is the only one of its kind in the surrounding 5000 ha.
Prices are staring prices given as a guide only, actual price may vary depending on availability.
A 50% deposit is required to hold your reservation with balance payable 10 weeks before your travel date. Bank transfer, credit and debit cards accepted for pre-bookings. Paypal available on request.
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