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NAMIBIA WILDLIFE RESORTS

Conserving Namibia’s Natural Heritage for future generations to appreciate


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Namibia Wildlife Resorts is no ordinary tourism establishment. To the contrary; in its approach to offering a great tourism product, it is extraordinary! NWR offers its valued customers a memorable journey across Namibia â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a journey that takes you from the remote, rugged and mystical landscape of the Skeleton Coast Park across the wide-open plains of the Etosha National Park to the exotic riverine woodlands of Popa Falls. Namibia is undeniably a country of contrasting beauty, and wherever that beauty manifests itself, NWR is there to provide quality products and services to visitors with true Namibian hospitality and style. With our customer-driven services that range from an improved booking system to professional and passionate game guides and camp staff, NWR prides itself on its ability to diversify its products. Whether our customers are wildlife enthusiasts, adventure lovers or keen observers of spectacular landscapes, through NWR they will be able to experience all of these in Namibia


NWR - A CONSERVATION AGENCY

Namibia’s dry-land ecosystems are a globally significant repository of biodiversity. These systems are internationally acclaimed for their wealth of species, habitat diversity and biological uniqueness. The authorities have established an impressive network of state-owned and -managed national parks that constitutes the cornerstone of the conservation programme in the country. This system comprises 22 parks, extending over some 18% of Namibia’s surface area (114,000 km2). NWR operates 18 tourist facilities in seven of these parks. The wildlife and pristine landscapes you will encounter in these areas bear testimony to the remarkable success of Namibia’s conservation programmes, which have enabled the recovery of healthy populations of the endemic black-faced impala and endangered black rhino. Through an intensive programme of education and raising awareness among farmers by the Cheetah Conservation Fund, Namibia has also become the country with the world’s largest population of free-ranging cheetah. National parks moreover continue to be a source of rural development and poverty alleviation due to the outstanding endeavours of the Communitybased Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) programme, which empowers rural communities to manage wildlife and ecosystems adjacent to national parks. Since 1996 the programme has been a resounding success with wildlife translocations conducted by national parks to over 76 communal conservancies, extending across approximately 18% of Namibia’s land area and thus complementing the national parks system. Due to this programme, approximately one in four rural Namibians derives his or her livelihood from tourism and sustainable utilisation activities in conservancies. Namibia Wildlife Resorts is proud to play a role in Namibia’s tourism industry, a sector that has become the largest and most sustainable land-use industry in the country.


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One of the largest savannah conservation areas in Africa, the Etosha National Park is world renowned for its spectacular wildlife viewing. Visitors can expect to see elephant, black and white rhino, lion, leopard, cheetah, large herds of springbok, zebra, wildebeest, giraffe and a multitude of other fascinating species, big and small, interacting in their natural environment. The resorts located within the Etosha National Park are managed exclusively by Namibia Wildlife Resorts. They include the three classic camps, Okaukuejo, Halali and Namutoni; two relatively new accommodation establishments that form part of the NWR’s eco-collection of resorts: Onkoshi Resort, first opened in 2008, and Dolomite Resort, the first lodge to be established in western Etosha; and the exclusive Olifantsrus Campsite, which belongs to the NWR’s Adventure and Camping Collection. Visitors can experience the park on morning and afternoon guided drives, or at night on guided excursions that provide visitors with an opportunity to experience an entirely different side of Etosha’s wildlife treasures. All guided drives are undertaken in specially modified Land Rovers with experienced guides who introduce you to the wonders of nature, both big and small.

E TO S H A N AT I O N A L PA R K

The Etosha National Park is one of Southern Africa’s most spectacular wildlife reserves. Initially proclaimed in 1907, the park is also one of the oldest game reserves in Namibia. Its size, conservation history and unique landscape justify its title as the country’s flagship conservation area. The extensive chalky-white clay pan, covering an expanse of approximately 4,500 km2 – about 20% of the surface area of the park – gave rise to the name Etosha, meaning ‘Great White Place of Dry Water’. The pan was originally a large inland lake fed by the Kunene River. Over thousands of years, as the course of the river and its tributaries changed, the lake gradually dried up. Today it is an extensive and dusty depression that fills temporarily with water during the rainy season, in some years only partially. When the pan contains water, it attracts flamingos and pelicans in impressive numbers, as well as a wide variety of other wading birds. The perennial springs along the edge of the Etosha Pan attract and sustain large concentrations of animals and birds.


ONKOSHI RESORT

Situated on a peninsula on the eastern edge of the Etosha Pan – a large geological formation that can be seen from outer space – is the luxurious Onkoshi Resort. Designed as an exclusive, eco-friendly, semi-permanent and up-market facility, Onkoshi Resort was built on elevated wooden decks. A great deal of care was taken throughout its construction process to ensure that the camp would have as little impact as possible on the surrounding environment. Guest accommodation at Onkoshi is in 15 units built primarily with wood, thatch and canvas. Each unit has a wooden deck where guests can relax and absorb the exotic mystery of the Etosha Pan, whether filled with water due to an exceptional rainy season or having reverted back to the more familiar desiccated white pan of drier times. Restaurant and bar facilities are hosted at a central area, which also contains an open-air swimming pool overlooking the vast expanse of the pan. The exclusive activities offered include guided game drives to remote parts of the park. GPS coordinates: S18°39’31.9” - E16°43’29.4”


The waterholes in the immediate vicinity of Namutoni offer superb wildlife viewing. To the north and north-east lie Groot and Klein Okevi, Aroe and Two Palms. To the south and south-west are Klein Namutoni, Chudob, Kalkheuwel, Okerfontein, Ngobib, Batia and Springbokfontein. Lions are commonly seen and you might even have the good fortune catch a glimpse of an elusive leopard. Accommodation is provided in comfortable double rooms or bush chalets. Camping is also an option. GPS coordinates: S18°48’29.93” - E16°56’27.71”

NAMUTONI RESORT

Namutoni Resort is located at the eastern edge of the Etosha National Park. Its mainstay is an old German Fort that overlooks the King Nehale Waterhole. The lookout tower offers an ideal perspective from which to enjoy Namibia’s magnificent sunsets. Namutoni’s close proximity to the pan affords majestic vistas of wildlife moving at dawn and dusk between the pan and the surrounding bushveld.


HALALI RESORT

Situated halfway between Okaukuejo and Namutoni at the base of a dolomite hill amongst shady mopane trees is Halali, an immaculate resort that provides an ambience of tranquillity and space. It is surrounded by some of the most popular waterholes in the park. A floodlit waterhole that is viewed from an elevated vantage point within the camp provides exceptional wildlife viewing throughout the day and night. Accommodation is provided in secluded self-catering family chalets, with elevated patios overlooking the surrounding landscape; two- and four-bed bush chalets, all with braai facilities; double rooms fitted with large sliding doors to the outside to blend harmoniously with the natural surroundings; and premier units, or honeymoon suites, equipped with outdoor Jacuzzi facilities – ideal for relaxing after a long, hot day of game viewing under the magnificent African sky. GPS coordinates: S19°2’11.32” - E16°28’19.16”


Accommodation to suit every need is provided in premier double-storey chalets with balconies overlooking the waterhole; bush chalet rooms facing the waterhole; bush chalets; family chalets; and double rooms. All units are provided with tea stations and fridges, while the bush chalets are also equipped with a braai area. Family chalets are fully equipped for self-catering. GPS coordinates: S19°10’43.36” - E15°55’8.55”

OKAUKUEJO RESORT

Okaukuejo, located 17 km from Ombika Gate, the southern entrance of the park, was the first tourist camp to be opened in Etosha. Okaukuejo is famous for its floodlit waterhole, where visitors can observe a spectacle of wildlife congregating and interacting at close quarters. It’s not uncommon to have numerous black rhinos simultaneously quenching their thirst, illuminated only by the artificial lighting provided at the waterhole.


OLIFHANTSRUS CAMPSITE

Situated in western Etosha in an area that was reserved for research in former years, is Olifantsrus Campsite, a first-of-itskind, exclusive facility that offers game viewing from an elevated state-of-the-art hide overlooking a manmade waterhole. The hide has two storeys. The ground floor is at water level and is glass-fronted, allowing for a unique vantage point to observe the behaviour of the animals as they interact while quenching their thirst, and as protection against the cold on winter nights for those especially interested in nocturnal waterhole activity. The top floor of the hide is raised, allowing for an unobstructed view of the events unfolding below. This is particularly useful for photographers, as there is no glass to interfere with taking the perfect picture. There is a kiosk that offers welcome refreshments, snacks and cold drinks. GPS coordinates: S18°57’58.3” - E14°51’33.3”


Having benefited from close to a century of conservation work by the environment and tourism authorities, this half of the park with its healthy population of the previously endangered black rhino, black-faced impala and mountain zebra provides a haven for nature enthusiasts. Dolomite Resort features 20 stylishly decorated chalets, three of which are deluxe with the added comfort of a private splash pool on a patio overlooking the vast and endless horizons of this magnificent part of the park. Visitors are invited to immerse themselves in the lavish comfort of the restaurant, bar, rooftop lounge and infinity pool, all providing spectacular panoramic views of the plains of western Etosha. GPS coordinates: S19°0’40.6” - E14°28’20.3”

DOLOMITE RESORT

Nestled amongst the Dolomite outcrops of picturesque western Etosha, Dolomite Resort presents a striking and complete wildlife retreat. Completed and opened to visitors in 2011, Dolomite Resort was the first tourism facility to be established within the previously access-restricted western section of the park.


P O PA FA L L S R E S O R T

With its perennial rivers, magnificent indigenous woodlands, riverine forests, floodplains and reed-lined channels, Popa Falls Resort is your gateway to the north-eastern corner of Namibia. It is the ideal base from which to explore the Mahango Game Park, where some 450 bird species have been recorded. A wide variety of wildlife species, including elephant, hippo, buffalo, crocodile, red lechwe, reedbuck, roan and sable antelope – and if you’re lucky, even the elusive sitatunga – can be observed here. Tigerfish, threespot and greenheaded tilapia are just a few of the game-fish species that occur in the Okavango River, making Popa a popular destination for anglers. The ‘falls’ are in reality a series of cascades created by a quartzite ledge that causes the river to split into numerous channels. They can be accessed from the rest camp on foot. Popa Falls Resort has been extensively redeveloped with new luxury river cabins on the island, providing accommodation with rooms facing onto the river, a restaurant overlooking the rapids and additional activities such as guided river cruises and mokoro tours, all of which are part of the Popa experience. GPS coordinates: S18° 7’19.05” - E21°34’53.81”


Sweeping northwards up Namibia’s coastline, the cold Benguela Current supports some of the highest concentrations of marine life found in the world. The current played a crucial role in the formation of the world’s oldest desert, the Namib. Additionally NWR also offers camping at Mile 108 Campsite, Mile 72 Campsite, Jakkalsputz Campsite and Mile 14 Campsite.

S K E L E TO N C OAS T PA R K

Extending across about a third of Namibia’s coastline, the legendary Skeleton Coast Park stretches 500 km from the Ugab River in the south to the Kunene River in the north. The attraction of this remote desert park lies essentially in the colour, changing moods and untouched profile of its landscape. Its aura of mystery and impenetrability is created by the many shipwrecks, dense coastal fogs and cool sea breeze generated by the cold Benguela Current.


TERRACE BAY RESORT

Cradled between the Atlantic Ocean and the 150-metre-high longitudinal dune belt, Terrace Bay Resort is the most northerly resort on the Namib coast, and is a popular angling destination. The resort offers a secluded haven for those venturing into this enticing desert that evokes an eerie sense of mystery and intrigue. The resort offers 20 double rooms, one 10-bed beach chalet, one six-bed beach chalet, a bar and restaurant serving authentic Namibian cuisine, freezer facilities, all angling amenities, and either guided or self-guided fishing trips. Other recreational activities include bird-watching, exploring the adjacent dune sea, hiking in the Uniab River delta or viewing wildlife from a hide in the delta. Camping facilities are also available, as well as a shop, filling station and landing strip for light aircraft. GPS coordinates: S19°59’47.80” - E13°02’7.11”


The facilities at Torra Bay Campsite include communal ablution facilities, a fully stocked tourism shop that caters for campers and anglers, a fuel station, and a rustic ‘beach tavern’, where anglers and campers gather to reminisce about the day’s events and exchange tales of the one that got away. GPS coordinates: S20°19’9.57” - E13°14’25.09”

TORRA BAY CAMPSITE

Torra Bay Campsite, situated 50 km south of Terrace Bay Resort, provides a unique ‘on the beach’ camping experience. From here superb 4x4 routes are offered between the Khoichab and Uniab rivers, where fresh-water fountains attract a myriad of wildlife, including the hardy desert-adapted lion and elusive brown hyaena. Because Torra Bay is a seasonal campsite that is open only in December and January, the surrounding landscape has remained pristine.


WATERBERG RESORT

Towering some 200 metres above the surrounding landscape, the Waterberg Plateau with its precipitous cliffs and fascinating rock formations is one of the most spectacular features in northern Namibia. The Waterberg Resort offers accommodation in comfortable premier bush chalets; two- and four-bed bush chalets; and double rooms, all nestled along the base of the Waterberg Plateau cliffs, shaded by towering trees. The restaurant, bar and kiosk are housed in the historic Rasthaus, originally built in 1908 and used as a police post for several years. Additional facilities are a shop, swimming pool and camping sites. Guided drives are offered daily up onto the plateau, which is managed as a breeding area for rare and endangered species such as black and white rhino, buffalo, and sable and roan antelope. The natural beauty of the area can be explored on foot, by means of guided or self-guided trails, or by undertaking short trails from the camp. All these trails provide spectacular bird-viewing opportunities and a rich diversity of interesting flora. GPS coordinates: S20°30’51.74” - E17°14’45.34”


The main attraction at Gross Barmen is the health and hydro/medical spa centre, featuring thermal pools and providing a full range of treatments, massages, and health activities to further relaxation. Other amenities include indoor and outdoor thermal pools, conference facilities that can accommodate up to 250 people, and a restaurant, bar and shop. The restaurant overlooks the dam, which attracts more than 150 different species of birds, making it a hotspot for bird-watching. Accommodation is provided in bush chalets, family and premium family chalets, bush chalets and luxury premier chalets – each with its own private splash pool. There are also campsites. GPS coordinates: S22°6’44.50” - E16°44’43.59”

GROSS BARMEN RESORT

Located some 100 km from Windhoek, the Gross Barmen Resort nestles on the banks of a tributary of the Swakop River. Set between rows of palm trees, green lawns and pleasant walking paths, the resort is ideal for visitors of all ages, and is wheelchair friendly. Gross Barmen includes facilities for spa and wellness, fitness, recreation, and leisure.


N A M I B - N AU K LU F T PA R K

The Namib-Naukluft Park is the fourth largest conservation in Africa. Situated in the central Namib between the western escarpment and the coast, it comprises the Naukluft Mountains and southern Namib Desert. This arid region offers poignant and breathtaking landscapes. Surrounded by monumental star-shaped dunes of red sand, some up to 325 metres high, is a vast clay pan referred to as Sossusvlei. Over the years the vlei has become a top destination for visitors attracted by the wonders of the Namib. Formed by strong multi-directional winds, the dunes are at their highest and most spectacular where the west-flowing Tsauchab River empties itself into the vlei. The warm tints of the sand, ranging from apricot to orange, red and maroon, contrast vividly with the dazzling white surfaces of the large deflationary clay pans at their bases. One of these, referred to as Dead Pan or Dead Vlei, is a large ghostly expanse of desiccated white clay, punctuated by skeletons of ancient camel-thorn trees, carbon-dated as being between 500 and 600 years old. When it has rained sufficiently in the interior for the Tsauchab River to flow and fill the main pan, flamingos and other aquatic birds are drawn to the water. The Namib is one of the least populated areas in the country. Here the visitor can experience an intense feeling of vastness and isolation and soak up the magical and awe-inspiring beauty of the night skies like in few other places on earth.


Accommodation units are interlinked by elevated wooden walkways. They consist of 25 well-spaced en suite desert chalets, equipped with tea stations and small fridges; two honeymoon suites at both ends; and an additional relaxation gazebo. All units offer magnificent open vistas of the surrounding landscapes. Rates are on a dinner, bed-and-breakfast basis, allowing visitors to benefit fully from the fine cuisine. Professionally guided excursions to Sossusvlei, Sesriem and the surrounding areas are offered, as well as sunset drives and guided walks that fully unleash the beauty and biological diversity of the desert environment. GPS coordinates: S24°30’23.57” - E15°47’21.20”

SOSSUS DUNE LODGE

Built with an environmentally sensitive approach, primarily from wood, canvas and thatch in an attractive Afro-village style, Sossus Dune Lodge has been accommodating visitors since 2007. Situated within the Namib-Naukluft Park close to the Sesriem Canyon, and providing sweeping vistas of the dunes to the west, guests benefit from being able to reach Sossusvlei before sunrise, and to stay there until after sunset. On their return after an exhilarating day in the sun and sand, they can relax in the tranquillity and splendour of the Namib Desert under a spectacular African sky.


SESRIEM CAMPSITE

Sesriem, situated on the edge of the world’s oldest desert, is the ideal starting point for exploring the Namib Desert. With entrance to the Namib-Naukluft Park restricted to between sunrise and sunset, staying at the Sesriem Campsite gives the visitor the advantage of being able to explore Sossusvlei before sunrise and staying after the sun has set, exposing them to one of the lesser-known spectacles of the Namib, as the massive wind-shaped sand dunes are best viewed during the early morning when the sun highlights the sharp crests and enhances the colour of the dunes. Nearby attractions include Sesriem Canyon – a three-kilometre-long gorge, approximately 40 metres deep and estimated to be two to four million years old. A recent amenity at Sesriem is a restaurant that provides much-needed sustenance to visitors. GPS coordinates: S24°29’11.60” - E15°47’57.08”


The Naukluft Lodge with its exquisitely finished bungalows and highly esteemed restaurant and bar is more than just a basic camp located amidst formidable cliffs; it is also the perfect departure point for tackling the famous eight-day Naukluft Hiking Trail. This trail is widely regarded as one of Africa’s toughest hiking experiences. The trail is 160 kilometres long and takes intrepid hikers through breathtaking sections of the park, affording spectacular mountain scenery and crystal-clear rock pools where you can swim, relax and unwind while surrounded by the mystical ambience of the age-old Namib Desert. Day hikes and 4x4 trails are available for the more adventurous at heart. GPS coordinates: S24°14’41.44” - E16°16’58.33”

NAUKLUFT LODGE

The Naukluft Mountains, which comprise the easternmost section of the Namib-Naukluft Park, are known for their wildlife, especially Hartmann’s mountain zebra and leopard.


HARDAP RESORT

The Hardap Resort, which offers accommodation in the form of bush chalets, family chalets and campsites on the periphery of the Hardap Dam, is the perfect place to stop en route to Namibia’s larger and more prominent national parks in the south and north of the country, and to simply enjoy a relaxing family breakaway. It is also a sought-after venue for corporate conferences. The scenic restaurant overlooking the vast expanse of the dam also makes Hardap ideal for lunch stopovers and day visits. Hardap Dam is not only a perfect angling and water-sports location, but is surrounded by a rugged national park that is home to an interesting variety of bird and game species. GPS coordinates: S24°29’24.96” - E17°50’48.10”


Built from sandstone and featuring battlements and turrets, Duwisib Castle has a rich history of romance and tragedy. Completed in 1909, it was built by a Baron von Wolf for his American wife Jayta. Most of the building materials, furniture and fittings were shipped from Germany, and transported from Lüderitz to Duwisib by ox wagon. However, the castle that had been built as a gift of love, foreshadowed a sad ending for Baron von Wolf, who had planned to breed horses in this semi-desert environment. He was killed in 1916 during the First World War, and was thus unable to realise his dream. Legend has it that some of the Baron’s horses escaped to become the ancestors of the wild horses that roam the southern Namib in the Aus environs. His wife left Duwisib never to return, leaving the castle and all its contents and dreams behind. Accommodation is provided in the castle in five exclusive rooms, and there are ten campsites. There is a restaurant in the castle. GPS coordinates: S25°15’23.6” - E16°32’29.2”

DUWISEB CASTEL

Duwisib Castle - a historical site and a national monument - is a convenient stopover when travelling from Sesriem and Sossusvlei.


/ A I - / A I S R I C H T E R S V E L D T R A N S F R O N T I E R PA R K

In the heart of two age-old desert biomes – the Succulent Karoo and the Nama Karoo – and separated by the Orange River, lie two enormously species-rich and spectacular parks – the /Ai-/Ais Hot Springs Park on the Namibian side and the Richtersveld National Park on the South African side. These two parks feature the world’s richest diversity of desert flora; an international diamond-carrying river; the second-largest canyon in the world; desolate landscapes shaped by nature over millions of years; an immense array of succulent plant species; and an intriguing variety of desert-adapted animals, reptiles and insects. In light of the rugged yet fragile nature of these landscapes with their intriguing wealth of plant species, a treaty was signed between the Namibian and South African governments in 2003 to connect Namibia’s /Ai-/Ais National Park and South Africa’s Richtersveld National Park to form the /Ai-/Ais Richtersveld Transfrontier Park. Joint management of the park by the Namibian and South African authorities ensures that the parks are not managed as islands but as integrated conservation landscapes, an ideology that ensures the survival of the plant and wildlife diversity in the area.


Accommodation is provided in 36 upmarket en suite double rooms that represent the central spa complex and overlook either the mountain or the river, and seven all-inclusive and self-catering premier chalets complete with Jacuzzis and a large campsite. Wellness services are provided by professional masseurs, offering a range of massages customised to meet the client’s needs and preferences. The facility also has an enlarged restaurant, bar facilities, a filling station and a shop. GPS coordinates: S27°55’15.13” - E17°29’20.40”

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A stay at the /Ai-/Ais Hot Springs Spa is terrific way to celebrate having hiked the majestic Fish River Canyon. Originating from deep below the riverbed and rising to the surface at 65 degrees Celsius, thermal springs empty their contents into therapeutic indoor and outdoor thermal pools, both with superb views of the surrounding rugged mountainous landscape. Affectionately referred to in the local Nama language as the Place of Burning Water, the upgraded /Ai-/Ais Hot Springs Spa embodies the spirit of southern Namibia’s serene albeit rugged environment, where the focus has shifted to new, personal and client-oriented service.


HOBAS LODGE

Hobas Lodge is a small oasis situated at the north-eastern rim of the Fish River Canyon. In earlier years it consisted of campsites tucked away among a cluster of trees. The addition of 6 luxuriously spacious bungalows with en suite bathrooms, an upmarket restaurant, a swimming pool and a bar enables Hobas Camp to cater for a much wider range of visitors to the Fish River Canyon than in former years. Hobas is the ideal place to rest up before embarking on the famous Fish River Canyon hiking trail. Its close proximity to the Fish River Canyon Viewpoint also makes it the foremost lookout point for visitors who only want to marvel at the majestic vistas of the world’s second-largest canyon, especially at dusk and dawn when the colours come alive. GPS coordinates: S27°37’9.61’’ - E17°43’0.65’’


ADVENTURE TOURISM

Namibiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s vast pristine wilderness areas offer the ideal setting for adventure tourism, where the only limitations are the imagination of the adventurous spirit. From the depth of the Fish River Canyon to the lofty vistas of the Namib Naukluft Trail, Namibia Wildlife Resorts is ideally situated and has the resources to facilitate your Namibian adventure, be it on foot, by mountain bike or when kayaking. For serious hikers a must-do highlight is the 85 km Fish River Canyon Hike, where awesome vistas unfold as you descend into the depth of the canyon. The trail then winds along the Fish River course with steep canyon walls on either side. These gradually give way to open plains where Namibiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hardy desert horses seek refuge in the dry season. The trail ends at /Ai-/Ais Hot Springs Spa, an oasis where a cold beverage and relaxing soak in the hot springs offers welcome relief after arduous days on the trail. The 120-kilometre Namib-Naukluft Trail is a true test of stamina that will keep you agog and guessing as you meander up, over and down the Naukluft Mountains. Each time you crest a ridge or descend into a valley there is another matchless experience to be had, from cooling off in the natural pools above a 200-metre dry waterfall to descending steep gorges aided by chains anchored in the rocks.


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OUR RESORTS

1. Popa Falls Resort 2. Onkoshi Resort 3. Namutoni Resort 4. Halali Resort 5. Okaukuejo Resort 6. Olifantsrus Campsite 7. Dolomite Resort 8. Terrace Bay Resort 9. Torra Bay Campsite 10. Khorixas Camp 11. Waterberg Resort 12. Mile 14 Campsite1 13. Von Bach Dam1 14. Gross Barmen Resort 15. Sun Karros Daan Viljoen1 16. Naukluft Camp 17. Sesriem Camp 18. Sossus Dune Lodge 19. Hardap Resort 20. Duwisib Castle 21. Shark Island 22. Hobas Lodge 23. /Ai-/Ais Hotsprings Spa 1

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CONTENTS GENERAL PRINCIPLES BOOKING OFFICES

4 6

ECO COLLECTION Dolomite Resort Onkoshi Resort Popa Falls Resort Sossus Dune Lodge

8 10 12 14 16

CLASSIC COLLECTION /Ai-/Ais Hotsprings Spa Gross Barmen Resort Halali Resort Hardap Resort Namutoni Resort Okaukuejo Resort Waterberg Resort

18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32

ADVENTURE & CAMPING Duwisib Castle Hobas Lodge Khorixas Camp Naukluft Camp Olifantsrus Campsite Sesriem Campsite Shark Island Terrace Bay Resort Torra Bay Campsite

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PARK ENTRANCE AND USAGE FEES

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GENERAL PRINCIPLES


GENERAL AND PRINCIPLES

All prices are quoted in Namibian Dollars (N$) which are equivalent to the South African Rand. • • • • • •

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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 conditions. Children under the age of 6, stay free of charge. Children of ages of 6-12, sharing with a full paying adult pay 50% of the quoted adult rate, commissionable. Children in own chalet — adult rate applies. Participation of children under the age of 6 in guided activities is at the discretion of the Camp Manager and cannot, therefore, be pre-booked. Such participation is at the risk of the parent/guardian. Provision for children sharing 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/guardians. (Only one mattress is provided) Disabled access units are available at a number of our facilities — please enquire and specify when booking. In order to promote tourism in the country, Namibians, Namibian permanent residents and members of the diplomatic corps based in Namibia qualify for a 25% discount on ac-

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commodation rack rates; Namibian pensioners qualify for a 35% discount on accommodation rack rates. Documentary proof will be required. Tour operators, both in Namibia and abroad, qualify for commission at the discretion of NWR. Meals and activities are non-commissionable. Guided game drives are commissionable at 10% to Tour Operators only.

For Standard Terms & Conditions visit the link below: https://www.nwr.com.na/terms-and-conditions


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BOOKING OFFICES


BOOKING OFFICES

WINDHOEK, NAMIBIA ! +264 61 285 7200 " +264 61 224 900 # reservations@nwr.com.na SWAKOPMUND, NAMIBIA ! +264 64 402 172 " +264 64 402 796 # sw.bookings@nwr.com.na CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA ! +27 21 422 3761 " +27 21 422 5148 # ct.bookings@nwr.com.na IN CASE OF EMERGENCIES (AFTER HOURS), PLEASE CALL ! +264 81 143 6950


ECO COLLECTION

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ECO COLLECTION


ECO COLLECTION

1. Popa Falls Resort 2. Onkoshi Resort 7. Dolomite Resort 18. Sossus Dune Lodge


ECO COLLECTION

DOLOMITE RESORT

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OVERVIEW

LOCATION

ACTIVITY

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$ S 19° 0’ 38.215’’ E 14° 28’ 18.438’’

Game Drives

Distance from key areas: Windhoek – 570 km Swakopmund – 499 km Sossusvlei – 905 km

FACILITIES & AMENITIES

Resort is located in a previously restricted scenic area in the western region of Etosha National Park, rich in biodiversity due to the absence of mainstream tourism. The dolomite formations in the area give the resort its name and provide a lush vista. With no less than 15 waterholes, wildlife sightings are very common around the resort and provide excellent photography opportunities. OLOMITE

Black and White Rhino have often been spotted at the Klippan waterhole. Moreover, the specially arranged game drives bring you to the most exclusive areas of the park, generally only known to conservationists.

ACCOMMODATION 3 Deluxe Chalets with Jacuzzi 17 Bush Chalets

Bar Tourist Shop Restaurant Swimming pool


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ECO COLLECTION

Accommodation BUSH CHALET (2 BEDS) — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate DELUXE CHALET (2 BEDS) — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate Other

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GUIDED MORNING DRIVES Per Person GUIDED AFTERNOON DRIVES Per Person GUIDED NIGHT DRIVES Per Person

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ONKOSHI RESORT

OVERVIEW

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in seclusion, on the rim of the majestic Etosha Salt Pan and far away from the public self-drive routes, Onkoshi provides a beautiful escape within the Etosha National Park. The 15 free standing chalets (30 beds) overlook the vast pan, which is home to a variety of exotic wildlife, including a crowd of pink flamingos and four of the big five game in the rainy season. OCATED

The unobstructed panoramic sun rises and sunsets are spectacular sights to behold. At night, the stars fill the vast open African sky, allowing for sensational stargazing opportunities.

! +264 855 502 342 " +264 67 687 362

LOCATION

ACTIVITY

# S 18° 39’ 32.3’’ E 16° 43’ 21.232’’

Game Drives

Distance from key areas: Windhoek – 513 km Swakopmund – 641 km Sossusvlei – 875 km

FACILITIES & AMENITIES

ACCOMMODATION 14 Chalets 1 Honeymoon Chalet

Restaurant Swimming Pool Tourist Shop


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Accommodation ONKOSHI CHALET (2 PAX) (KING-SIZE BED ON REQUEST) — B&B ONKOSHI HONEYMOON CHALET (2 PAX) (KING-SIZE BED) — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate

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Other GUIDED MORNING DRIVES Per Person GUIDED AFTERNOON DRIVES Per Person GUIDED NIGHT DRIVES Per Perso18

NOVEMBER 2017 - JUNE 2018 | JULY 2018 - OCTOBER 2018


ECO COLLECTION

POPA FALLS RESORT

OVERVIEW

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OPA Falls Resort is a gateway to the north-east-

ern corner of Namibia and home to perennial rivers, magnificent indigenous woodlands, riverine forests, floodplains and reed-lined channels. The resort is located on the Kavango River, and the falls are accessible by foot from here. The falls, in fact, are not falls as one may expect from its name. Instead, they are a series of cascades created naturally over time by the running river, which splits the rock and forms a vast network of river channels.

! +264 66 259 023 " +264 66 259 108

LOCATION

ACTIVITIES

$ S 18° 7’ 12.422’’ E 21° 34’ 33.254’’

Game Drives Boat Cruises

Distance from key areas: Windhoek – 922 km Sossusvlei – 1,281 km Etosha National Park – 556 km ACCOMMODATION 10 River Cabins 6 River Chalets 4 Luxury Units 10 Campsites

FACILITIES & AMENITIES Restaurant Bar Tourist Shop Jetty Bar Conference Facility Swimming Pool


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Accommodation RIVER CABIN (2 BEDS) — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate RIVER CHALET (2 BEDS) — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate LUXURY RIVER CABINS Per Person Sharing Single Rate Camping CAMP SITE - (MAX 8 PEOPLE) Per Site CAMP SITE OVER LANDERS - (MAX 8 PEOPLE) Per Site Per Person Cruise Trips EXCLUSIVE CRUISE (KAREE) Per PersoO

CRUISE TRIP (NETUMBO & KAREE) Per Person DAY VISITOR FEE Per Person (Namibian) Per Person (Others) Other GUIDED MORNING DRIVES Per Person GUIDED AFTERNOON DRIVES Per Person WHOLE DAY (SUNRISE TO SUNSET) Per Person


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SOSSUS DUNE LODGE

OVERVIEW

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in an environmentally sensitive manner, primarily from wood, canvas and thatch, in an attractive ‘afro-village’ style, Sossus Dune Lodge offers guests an evocative and life changing experience. UILT

Situated within the Namib Naukluft Park, guests benefit from being able to reach Sossusvlei before sunrise, and stay until after sunset, and on their return after an exhilarating day, relax in the tranquillity and splendour of the Namib Desert, under the spectacular African sky.

! +264 63 693 256 " +264 63 693 257

LOCATION

ACTIVITIES

$ S 24° 30’ 23.748’’ E 15° 47’ 12.386’’

Sossusvlei Sunset Drives Guided Nature Drives Guided Walks to the Sesriem Canyon

Distance from key areas: Windhoek – 340 km /Ai-/Ais Hot Springs and Spa - 619 km Etosha National Park – 756 km ACCOMMODATION 23 Dune Chalets 2 Honeymoon Suites

FACILITIES & AMENITIES Restaurant Bar Tourist Shop Swimming Pool


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Accommodation DUNE CHALET (2 BEDS)— B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate HONEYMOON CHALET (DOUBLE BED) — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate Other

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GUIDED EXCURSION TO SOSSUSVLEI Per Person

GUIDED NATURE DRIVES TO IN NAMIB-NAUKLUFT PARK Per Person GUIDED EXCURSION TO ELIM SOSSUSVLEI Per Person GUIDED WALK TO SESREIM CANYON Per Person

NOVEMBER 2017 - JUNE 2018 | JULY 2018 - OCTOBER 2018


CLASSIC COLLECTION

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CLASSIC COLLECTION


CLASSIC COLLECTION

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Namutoni Resort Halali Resort Okaukuejo Resort Waterberg Resort Gross Barmen Resort Hardap Resort /Ai-/Ais Hotsprings Spa


CLASSIC COLLECTION

/AI-/AIS HOTSPRINGS SPA

OVERVIEW

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LOCATION

ACTIVITIES

lies at the southern end of the Fish River conservation area in the Namibian portion of the /Ai-/Ais Richtersveld Transfrontier Park. /Ai-/Ais means “burning water” in one of the local languages, and refers to the sulphurous hot springs found in this area.

$ S 27° 54’ 20.914’’ E 17° 28’ 57.853’’

The water from the springs bear natural curative ingredients and is especially therapeutic for people suffering from rheumatism. The resort prides itself on its main attraction: the spa facility. The thermal baths and heated swimming pools offer respite and relaxation after a long day of driving, or after completing a hike in the Fish River Canyon.

ACCOMMODATION

Guided Nature Drives Fish River lookout (Viewpoint) Guided Nature Walks Sight-Seeing Desert Knights (April and September) (Cycling Event) Fish River Canyon Hiking Trail (1 May – 15 September)

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Distance from key areas: Windhoek — 712 km Sossusvlei — 621 km Etosha National Park — 1,131 km

7 Bush Family Chalets 16 River View Double Rooms 20 Mountain View Double Rooms Camping Site (100 sites) but can take more

FACILITIES & AMENITIES Indoor and Outdoor Swimming Pools Tourist Shop Restaurant Bar Kiosk Spa and Masseuse Laundry Service Filling Station


CLASSIC COLLECTION

1MFBTFPCUBJOMBUFTU 3"5&4GSPNPVS 3FTFSWBUJPO0GGJDF Accommodation MOUNTAIN VIEW DOUBLE ROOM (2 BEDS) — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate RIVER VIEW DOUBLE ROOM (2 BEDS) — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate

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FAMILY BUSH CHALET (4 BEDS) - MIN 2 — BED ONLY Per Person Sharing Camping CAMP SITE - (MAX 8 PEOPLE) Per Person Other NATURE DRIVES (MORNING OR AFTERNOON) Per Person GUIDED NATURE WALKS Per Person NOVEMBER 2017 - JUNE 2018 | JULY 2018 - OCTOBER 2018


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GROSS BARMEN RESORT

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OVERVIEW

LOCATION

ACTIVITIES

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$ S 22° 6’ 35.784’’ E 16° 44’ 42.58’’

Hiking Sight-Seeing

Barmen Resort is located around 100 km from the capital city of Windhoek, nestled on the banks of a tributary of the Swakop River. Set between rows of palm trees, green lawns and many pleasant walks, the resort is ideal for all ages. ROSS

Gross Barmen includes facilities for spa & wellness, fitness, recreation, and leisure. The main attraction of the resort is the health and hydro/ medical spa centre, featuring thermal springs and providing a full range of treatments, massages, and health activities for relaxation.

Distance from key areas: Windhoek – 89 km Sossusvlei – 621 km Etosha National Park – 371 km ACCOMMODATION 5 Premier Chalets 1 Premier Family Chalet 9 Family Chalets 32 Bush Chalets 8 Self-Catering Units 18 Campsites

FACILITIES & AMENITIES Conference Thermal and Olympic Pools Picnic Area Spa Gym Bar Kiosk


1MFBTFPCUBJOMBUFTU 3"5&4GSPNPVS 3FTFSWBUJPO0GGJDF Accommodation PREMIER CHALET — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate BUSH CHALET — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate FAMILY CHALET (4 BEDS) - MIN 2 — B&B Per Person Sharing PREMIER FAMILY CHALET (4 BEDS) - MIN 2 — BED ONLY Per Person Sharing SELF CATERING BUSH CHALET — BED ONLY ACACIA (A& B) - 4 BEDS (MIN 2) ALOE (A, B & C) - 46 BEDS (MIN 3) ALEXANDRIA (A, B & C) - 6 BEDS (MIN 3) Per Person Single Rate Camping CAMP SITE - (MAX 8 PEOPLE) Per Person

ECO COLLECTION

Others DAY VISITOR FEE (PICNIC) (OTHER) Per Person DAY VISITOR TO PAY SURCHARGE TO ACCESS GUEST AMENITIES E.G. SWIMMING POOL Per Person GYM (LOCAL GUEST MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTION) Per Person GUIDED WALK Per Person


CLASSIC COLLECTION

HALALI RESORT

OVERVIEW

H

Resort is situated at the base of a dolomite hill, nestled amongst shady Mopane trees in Namibia’s legendary Etosha National Park. The thick vegetation in the area makes it a popular draw to leopards, rhinos and elephants. ALALI

Some of the most popular waterholes of the park are located in close proximity to Halali, and the floodlit waterhole at the resort is an attraction to both wildlife and the visitors seeking to spot it. The guided morning, afternoon, and night game drives arranged at the resort provide flexible opportunities to see the wildlife.

LOCATION $ S 19° 2’ 9.351’’ E 16° 28’ 6.627’’ Distance from key areas: Windhoek – 451 km Swakopmund – 588 km Sossusvlei – 813 km

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58 Campsites with Braai Facilities, Electricity and Water 5 Ablution Blocks with Disabilities Access without Laundry Area and Small Kitchen 2 Ablution Blocks with Disabilities Access with Laundry Area and Small Kitchen ACTIVITY

ACCOMMODATION

Game Drives

40 Double Rooms 5 Honeymoons with Jacuzzi 4 Disabled Rooms 10 Bush Chalets (2 Bed Rooms with Braai Facilities) 10 Bush Chalets (1 Bed Rooms with Braai Facilities) 2 Family Chalets (2 Bed Rooms with Braai Facilities)

FACILITIES & AMENITIES Picnic Area Swimming Pool with Net Shades Tourist Shop Filling Station


1MFBTFPCUBJOMBUFTU 3"5&4GSPNPVS 3FTFSWBUJPO0GGJDF Accommodation1 DOUBLE ROOM (2 BEDS) — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate BUSH CHALET (4 BEDS) - MIN 2 — B&B Per Person Sharing BUSH CHALET (2 BEDS) - B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate BUSH CHALET (2 BEDS) - B&B - DISABLED ACCESS — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate FAMILY CHALET (4 BEDS) - MIN 2 — B&B Per Person Sharing HONEYMOON SUITE (DOUBLE BED) — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate

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Disabled access units available — please specify when booking.

CLASSIC COLLECTION

Camping CAMP SITE - (MAX 8 PEOPLE) Per Site Per Person Other GUIDED MORNING DRIVES Per Person GUIDED AFTERNOON DRIVES Per Person GUIDED NIGHT DRIVES Per Person


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HARDAP RESORT

OVERVIEW

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about 260 km south of Windhoek, the Hardap Resort encompasses Namibia’s largest dam, Hardap, which is on the Fish River. Hardap is well known as an angler’s paradise, with annual competitions held regularly for enthusiasts. ITUATED

But few know that the small Hardap Game Reserve is a haven for Black Rhinos, Giraffes, Gemsboks, Springboks, Kudus, Hartmann’s mountain zebras, Black backed Jackals and that the dam and surroundings accommodate one of Namibia’s most strategic great-white-pelican breeding colonies.

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LOCATION

ACTIVITIES

$ S 24° 29’ 18.996’’ E 17° 50’ 44.632’’

Game Drives Walking Trails

Distance from key areas: Windhoek – 260 km Sossusvlei – 294 km Etosha National Park – 677 km ACCOMMODATION 4 Dormitories, (Each with 10 Beds) 5 VIP Chalets 15 Family Chalets, (Each with 4 Beds) 30 Bush Chalets, (Each with 2 Beds) 28 Campsites, (Each can take 8 People)

FACILITIES & AMENITIES Restaurant Swimming Pool Bar


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CLASSIC COLLECTION

Accommodation VIP CHALET (4BEDS) — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate FAMILY CHALET (4 BEDS) - MIN 2 — B&B Per Person Sharing BUSH CHALET (2 BEDS) - B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate

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DORMITORY (10 BEDS) - MIN 5 Per Person Sharing Camping CAMP SITE - (MAX 8 PEOPLE) Per Person Other GUIDED GAME DRIVES (MORNING OR EVENING) Per PersoO

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CLASSIC COLLECTION

NAMUTONI RESORT

OVERVIEW

B

into an old German Historic Fort built in 1897, Namutoni Resort is the perfect setting for a cultural adventure African savannah. It is located in the eastern part of the Etosha National Park in close proximity to the Fisher’s Pan – a hotspot for birders. UILT

The romantic fort overlooks the flood-lit King Nehale Waterhole from which visitors can enjoy views of wildlife without leaving the resort. The swimming pool and bar offer moments to relax and socialize.

! +264 67 229 300 " +264 67 229 306

LOCATION

ACTIVITY

$ S 18° 48’ 30.352’’ E 16° 56’ 15.308’’

Game Drives

Distance from key areas: Windhoek — 486 km Sossusvlei — 847 km Tsumeb — 110 km

FACILITIES & AMENITIES

ACCOMMODATION 24 Double Rooms 20 Bush Chalets 25 Campsites

Historic German Fort Museum Restaurant Bar Tourist Shop Swimming Pool Flood Lit Waterhole Filling Station Kiosk


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CLASSIC COLLECTION

Accommodation DOUBLE ROOM (2 BEDS) — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate BUSH CHALET (2 BEDS) — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate Camping

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CAMP SITE - (MAX 8 PEOPLE) Per Site Per Person Other GUIDED MORNING DRIVES Per Person GUIDED AFTERNOON DRIVES Per Person GUIDED NIGHT DRIVES Per PersoO

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OKAUKUEJO RESORT

OVERVIEW

O

KAUKUEJO,

located 17 km from the southern entrance of the Etosha National Park, is famous for its flood-lit waterhole, where visitors can observe at close quarters a spectacle of wildlife congregating and interacting. Accommodation is provided to suit every need, in premier bush chalets overlooking the waterhole; bush chalets and double rooms; or family chalets. Other facilities include a restaurant, bar, shop, swimming pool, kiosk and camping facilities.

! +264 67 229 800 " +264 67 229 852

LOCATION

ACTIVITIES

$ S 19° 10’ 43.496’’ E 15° 55’ 0.477’’

Flood-Lit Waterhole Game Drives

Distance from key areas: Windhoek — 432 km Sossusvlei — 774 km Tsumeb — 246 km ACCOMMODATION 5 Premier Waterhole Chalet 30 Waterhole Chalet Double Rooms 2 Family Chalets (2 Rooms, 4 Beds) with Braai 20 Bush Chalets (2 Beds) with Braai) 45 Double Rooms 2 Disabled Access Chalets (2 Beds) 37 Campsites

FACILITIES & AMENITIES Restaurant Bar Kiosk Shop Swimming Pool Filling Station


1MFBTFPCUBJOMBUFTU 3"5&4GSPNPVS 3FTFSWBUJPO0GGJDF Accommodation2 DOUBLE ROOM A (2 BEDS) — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate DOUBLE ROOM B (2 BEDS) — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate BUSH CHALET (2 BEDS) - B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate BUSH CHALET (2 BEDS) - B&B - DISABLED ACCESS — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate FAMILY CHALET (4 BEDS) - MIN 2 — B&B Per Person Sharing WATERHOLE CHALET DOUBLE ROOM A (2 BEDS) — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate 2

Disabled access units available — please specify when booking.

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PREMIER WATERHOLE CHALET DOUBLE STOREY (4 BEDS) MIN 2 — B&B Per Person Sharing Camping CAMP SITE - (MAX 8 PEOPLE) Per Site Per Person Other GUIDED MORNING DRIVES Per Person GUIDED AFTERNOON DRIVES Per Person GUIDED NIGHT DRIVES Per Person


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WATERBERG RESORT

! +264 67 305 001/2 " +264 67 305 004

LOCATION

ACTIVITY

Plateau Park is a national park in central Namibia encompassing the Waterberg Plateau, 68 km east of the town of Otjiwarongo. The Waterberg Plateau is a particularly prominent feature, elevated high above the plains of the Kalahari of Eastern Namibia.

$ S 20° 30’ 58.929’’ E 17° 14’ 35.178’’

Game Drives

Distance from key areas: Windhoek – 570 km Swakopmund – 499 km Sossusvlei – 905 km

FACILITIES & AMENITIES

The plateau and some 405 km² of surrounding land were declared a Nature Reserve in 1972. The Waterberg Plateau Park is ecologically diverse, rich and has over 200 different species of bird and some rare species of small antelope on the lower hills of the mountain.

ACCOMMODATION

OVERVIEW

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ATERBERG

4 Family Chalet (4 Beds) 8 Premier Chalets (2 Beds) 12 Bush Chalet (2 Beds) 11 Bush Chalet (2 Rooms, 4 Beds) 34 Double Rooms 45 Campsites

Restaurant Bar Kiosk Shop Swimming Pool


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Other

Accommodation

GUIDED MORNING DRIVE Per Person

DOUBLE ROOM (2 BEDS) — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate

GUIDED AFTERNOON DRIVE Per Person

BUSH CHALET (2 BEDS) - B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate BUSH CHALET (4 BEDS) - MIN 2 — B&B Per Person Sharing FAMILY CHALET (4 BEDS) - MIN 2 — B&B Per Person Sharing PREMIER BUSH CHALET (2 BEDS) - B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate Camping CAMP SITE - (MAX 8 PEOPLE) Per Site Per PersoO8


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6. 8. 9. 10. 16. 17. 20. 21. 22.

Olifantsrus Campsite Terrace Bay Resort Torra Bay Campsite Khorixas Camp Naukluft Camp Sesriem Camp Duwisib Castle Shark Island Hobas Lodge

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DUWISIB CASTLE

OVERVIEW

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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. EPLETE

Apart from being a gift of love, Duwisib Castle was a dream turned into reality for Baron von Wolf, who had planned on breeding horses in this semi-desert environment. Sadly, he was killed during the First World War. His wife left for America, never to return, leaving the castle and all of its contents and dreams behind.

! +264 63 295 030/31 " +264 81 291 5280

LOCATION

ACTIVITIES

$ S 25° 15’ 26.767’’ E 16° 32’ 19.296’’

The museum inside Duwisib Castle houses a collection of 18 th and 19 th century antiques, armour and paintings.

Distance from key areas: Windhoek — 392 km Sossusvlei — 164 km Etosha National Park — 808 km ACCOMMODATION 5 Rooms 10 Campsites

FACILITIES & AMENITIES Picnic sites Restaurant Tourist Shop Underground Baron’s Bar


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Accommodation DOUBLE ROOM - B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate HONEYMOON SUITE - B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate Camping

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CAMP SITE - (MAX 8 PEOPLE) Per Person Other CASTLE ENTRANCE Namibians SADC International

NOVEMBER 2017 - JUNE 2018Â | JULY 2018 - OCTOBER 2018


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HOBAS LODGE

OVERVIEW

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Lodge is located in the /Ai-/Ais / Richtersveld Transfrontier Park, near Fish River Canyon, one of the largest canyons in The world and the main attraction in Southern Namibia. Hobas Lodge sits at the start of the 90 km long Fish River Canyon Hiking Trail, ranked one of the best hiking trails in Southern Africa. OBAS

The lodge offers six en-suite rooms and 14 campsites nestled among shady trees at the top end of Fish River Canyon. Hobas is closely located to the Fish River viewpoint.

! +264 63 266 028 " +264 63 266 028

LOCATION

ACTIVITIES

$ S 27° 46’ 18.536’’ E 17° 16’ 50.229’’

Cycling Hiking

Distance from key areas: Windhoek – 650 km Sossusvlei – 559 km Etosha National Park – 1,068 km ACCOMMODATION 14 Campsites 6 Chalets

FACILITIES & AMENITIES Restaurant Swimming Pool Ablution Facilities Shop Braai Area Bar


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Accommodation BUSH CHALET (2 BEDS) — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate Camping CAMP SITE - (MAX 8 PEOPLE) Per Person

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Other FISH RIVER HIKING TRAIL Per person

NOVEMBER 2017 - JUNE 2018 | JULY 2018 - OCTOBER 2018


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KHORIXAS CAMP

OVERVIEW

K

Camp is located in the hills of Damaraland in the Kunene region. This area is known as an explorer’s paradise for its fascinating geological formations, Petrified Forest, ancient rock engravings at Twyfelfontein, and the Welwitschia mirabilis plants. HORIXAS

Khorixas Camp is strategically located near all of these must-sees in Damaraland, which makes it, an ideal stopover for those travelling from Etosha to Skeleton National Park, and vice versa. The camp offers chalets, single rooms, and camping sites to accommodate various types of travellers.

! +264 67 331 111 " +264 67 331 388

LOCATION

ACTIVITIES

$ S 20° 22’ 43.911’’ E 14° 48’ 58.402’’

Birdwatching Sight-Seeing

Distance from key areas: Windhoek – 411 km Sossusvlei – 720 km Etosha National Park – 190 km ACCOMMODATION 14 Campsites with Maximum of 8 Pax 10 Single Rooms 26 Bush Chalets 2 Family Chalets (4 Beds)

FACILITIES & AMENITIES Swimming Pool Bar Restaurant Braai Area


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Accommodation SINGLE ROOM (1 BED) - B&B Single Rate BUSH CHALET (2 BEDS) - A — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate BUSH CHALET (2 BEDS) - B — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate

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FAMILY CHALET (4 BEDS) - MIN 2 — B&B Per Person Sharing Camping CAMP SITE - (MAX 8 PEOPLE) Per PersoO

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NAUKLUFT CAMP

OVERVIEW

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Naukluft Camp is located in the Naukluft section of the Namib-Naukluft National Park, which was originally created to serve as a sanctuary for Hartmann’s mountain zebras, which are endemic to Namibia. Naukluft’s steep cliffs attract various cliff-breeding bird species, including Black eagles, and a variety of wildlife. HE

This section of the park is also home to five dif ferent vegetation communities. With its massive and varied rock formations, Naukluft is also a geologist’s paradise. The site offers 21 campsites with basic amenities plus six en-suite rooms, a restaurant and a bar and natural rock pools.

! +264 63 683 791 " +264 63 293 244

LOCATION

ACTIVITIES

$ S 24° 16’ 1.156’’ E 16° 13’ 58.838’’

Olive Trails 10 km - 4 hours Hiking Waterkluft Trail 17 km 6 – 7 hours Hiking (Payment and Reservation only at Naukluft) 4 or 8 Days Naukluft Hiking Trail

Distance from key areas: Windhoek – 253 km Sossusvlei – 100 km Etosha National Park – 669 km ACCOMMODATION 6 Chalets 21 Campsites

FACILITIES & AMENITIES Bar Restaurant


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Accommodation BUSH CHALET (2 BEDS) — B&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate Camping CAMP SITE - (MAX 5 PEOPLE) Per Person

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Other GUIDED KLUFT WALK Per Person

NOVEMBER 2017 - JUNE 2018 | JULY 2018 - OCTOBER 2018


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OLIFANTSRUS CAMPSITE

! +264 65 685 809 " +264 65 685 885

OVERVIEW

LOCATION

ACTIVITIES

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$ S 18° 51’ 11.591’’ E 16° 19’ 29.521’’

None

Distance from key areas: Windhoek — 565 km Sossusvlei — 520 km Okaukuejo — 130 km Dolomite Camp— 50 km Galton Gate — 70 km

FACILITIES & AMENITIES

OCATED in the western part of the Etosha National Park between Okaukuejo and Dolomite Resorts, Olifantsrus Campsite is a camping-only facility. The facility has ten campsites with five power stands. Each power stand is shared among two campsites.

The campsites take a maximum of 8 pax per site. There are braai facilities for campers and flat bases to make fire. The camp opens at sunrise and closes at sunset as per the general park regulations and day visitors are only allowed to use the picnic facilities up until 16h00.

ACCOMMODATION 10 Campsites

Museum Kiosk Ablution Facilities Self-Catering Kitchen


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SESRIEM CAMPSITE

! +264 63 293 652 " +264 63 693 249

LOCATION

ACTIVITIES

the entry to Sossusvlei is Sesriem Canyon, where centuries of erosion have incised a narrow gorge about 1 km in length. At the foot of the gorge, which plunges down to 30 to 40 metres, are pools that become replenished after good rains.

$ S 24° 29’ 12.674’’ E 15° 47’ 46.097’’

Sesriem Canyon Sossusvlei Elim Dune

Sesriem derives its name from the time when earlier pioneers tied six lengths of rawhide thongs (riem) together to draw water from the pools. Explore the Sesriem Canyon from this great and scenic campsite

ACCOMMODATION

OVERVIEW

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Distance from key areas: Windhoek — 334 km Sossusvlei — 6 km Etosha National Park — 750 km

44 Campsites 6 Overflow Campsites

FACILITIES & AMENITIES Filling Station Shop Restaurant Bar


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Other SHUTTLE SERVICE FROM 2X4 PARKING TO SOSSUSVLEI Per Person

NOVEMBER 2017 - JUNE 2018Â | JULY 2018 - OCTOBER 2018


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SHARK ISLAND

OVERVIEW

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Island is located on Shark Peninsula in Luderitz Bay in Southwest Namibia. The resort overlooks the bay, town and harbour. Onlookers can spot the seals and pelicans that frequent the rocky areas around the site. HARK

! +264 63 202 752 " +264 63 203 213

LOCATION

ACTIVITIES

$ S 26° 38’ 14.913’’ E 15° 8’ 59.904’’ Distance from key areas: Windhoek — 835 km Sossusvlei — 507 km Etosha National Park - 1,101 km

Sand roses trip into the Diamond Area at Agate Beach Luderitz peninsula (popular for sightings of Flamingo) Diaz Point – the historic landing spot of 17th century explorer Barthelomeuz Diaz

ACCOMMODATION

FACILITIES & AMENITIES

1 Lighthouse (4 Beds) 20 Campsites

Restaurant


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CAMP SITE - (MAX 8 PEOPLE) Per Person

NOVEMBER 2017 - JUNE 2018Â | JULY 2018 - OCTOBER 2018


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TERRACE BAY RESORT

! +264 64 694 007 " +264 63 203 213

OVERVIEW

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ERRACE Bay is an angler’s1 paradise offering an exceptional coastal experience inside the famous Skeleton Coast Park in Northwest Namibia. The resort is located on the coast, set in an undisturbed and peaceful spot, surrounded by the majestic dunes of the northern Namib Desert.

You can easily venture into the nearby Uniab River Delta, for a glimpse into Terrace Bay’s wildlife diaspora. You can hike, bird watch, spot game or witness breath-taking sunsets from atop the dunes.

LOCATION

ACTIVITY

$ S 20° 0’ 2.63’’ E 13° 1’ 46.849’’

Fishing

Distance from key areas: Windhoek — 648 km Sossusvlei — 764 km Etosha National Park — 451 km

FACILITIES & AMENITIES

ACCOMMODATION

Restaurant Bar Kiosk

2 Beach Chalets 20 Double Rooms

1 Please note: If you plan on fishing, you must obtain your fishing license at the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources before entering the Skeleton Coast Park. The permit is also available at Terrace Bay Reception.


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1MFBTFPCUBJOMBUFTU 3"5&4GSPNPVS 3FTFSWBUJPO0GGJDF Accommodation DOUBLE ROOM (2 BEDS) - DB&B Per Person Sharing Single Rate BEACH CHALET (10 BEDS) - MIN 4 - BED ONLYPer Person Sharing

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BEACH CHALET (6 BEDS) - MIN 3 - BED ONLYPer Person Sharing

NOVEMBER 2017 - JUNE 2018Â | JULY 2018 - OCTOBER 2018


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TORRA BAY CAMPSITE

OVERVIEW

T

Bay Campsi te is a popu lar f ishing retreat, situated within the Skeleton Coast Park. Torra Bay is only open in December and January. ORRA

! +264 64 694 007 " +264 64 694 003

LOCATION

ACTIVITY

$ S 20° 19’ 3.114’’ E 13° 14’ 20.574’’

Angling

Distance from key areas: Windhoek — 595 km Sossusvlei — 659 km Etosha National Park — 445 km

FACILITIES & AMENITIES

ACCOMMODATION 60 Campsites

Ablution Facilities Shop Filling Station


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PARK ENTRANCE AND USAGE FEES

Parks

Fee structure valid from 1 July 2005 (N$/day)

/Ai-/Ais Game Park, Etosha National Park, Namib-Naukluft Park (Sesriem entrance), Waterberg Plateau Park, Skeleton Coast Park

Children

All other parks where usage fees are charged: Caprivi Game Park, Daan Viljoen Game Park, Hardap Recreation Resort, Khaudom Game Park, Mahango Game Park, Mamili National Park, Mudumu National Park, Namib-Naukluft Park (other entrances), Naute Recreation Resort, Von Bach Recreation Resort

Children

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

(under 16)

no charge

Adults (foreign) (SADC) (Namibian residents) Vehicle (10 seats or less) (11-25 seats) (26- 50 seats) (51 plus) (under 16)

Adults (foreign) (SADC) (Namibian residents) Vehicle (10 seats or less) (11-25 seats) (26- 50 seats) (51 plus)

80.00 60.00 30.00 10.00 40.00 300.00 500.00 no charge

40.00 30.00 10.00 10.00 40.00 300.00 500.00

Fees are valid for a 24 hour period beginning at the time of entry, per person, for one park. Park fees are payable for every day, for visitors and vehicles. The minimum amount payable is for 24 hours (1day), and thereafter in units of 24 hours (1 day). Fees are non-refundable, non-transferable. Namibian and SADC discount rates are available on production of valid identification.


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WINDHOEK, NAMIBIA ! +264 61 285 7200 " +264 61 224 900 # reservations@nwr.com.na SWAKOPMUND, NAMIBIA

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