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Large camground with appr 8 sites, each with own bathroom, roof and picknick table. The sites are constructed almost within the granite rocks. Each with a wide view over the valley. We payed NB 330 pppn. Expensive, but the best campground we had during our trip in Namibia, although there was no wifi and electricity.
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Beautiful campsites amongst the boulders. Each site has it's own shower, toilet and kitchen area with braai. Beautiful views of the valley. The lodge is further away with restaurant. Paid NAD 390pp.Report Check-In
Nice campsite with private ablutions. Clean and well maintained. Stunning view over the valley. Campsites are quite close together but we really enjoyed our time here. We were warmly welcomed at the lodge for dinner (perhaps because it is low season) and there is a beautiful viewpoint with great sunset views. Elephants in the area too. N$310Report Check-In
Really disappointed. The campers seem to be treated like second class citizens. Campers are not allowed to use the swimming pool or any of the facilities. Very expensive and no SADC rates are applicable to campers yet they will offer SADC rates if you stay in the lodge. R1020 for one night 2 adults and 2 children.Report Check-In
We stayed at number 1. NAD350ppn - quiet expensive...
The braai /grill was not clean, filled with ashes . Not enough toilet paper.
But really amazing views, the arrangement of the campsites is well thought out.
Can be very hot.
Good reception with MTC data (H+)
Very nice Campsite with private ablution built in the Rocks. Eating spot in the shade . The view is outstanding. Costs are 350.- Namibian Dollars. Unfortunately no electricity. In the afternoon someone is coming to provide hot water for the shower. Certainly a place to come back to.Report Check-In
Given the quality of the campsites we have seen elsewhere in Namibia, we didn't feel this was worth R330pp. Yes, the sites are nestled against nice boulders but this is common in the area, and we found the sites here to be quite exposed to the sun and close together.Report Check-In
Beautiful campsite set in boulders. Incredible views over the plain below. Private shower and toilet with kitchen area and shaded seating. Recommended.Report Check-In
Now it is 330 ppn. So we did not stay. It to muchReport Check-In
Quite expensive but beautiful campsites. Your private and very nice facilities are between the rocks. You will have hot water and there won't roll any rocks on you. I don't get how you even think of something like that could happen.
You are allowed to use the Lodge Pool as well but it is a 15 Minute walk from the campsite.
No electricity at the sites. If they add this, it will be one of the best campsites in Namibia.
Still 150pppn, but most of the campsites are under rocks that look like they could roll onto you, number 1 seemed safest. No electricity or light of any kind, usual prolonged check in procedure, gate guardian should be given some reasonability.
Great views and sunset, nice facilities when hot, bone shaking cold when not.
Stayed 3 nights with covid-19 special, 150 NAD pppn. Spot number 1 is furthest away from others. Great outdoor ablutions, staff starts donkey around 5pm. Plenty of shadows, sink to wash dishes, picnic table. Wonderful scenery and night sky. Campsite is 15mins walk away from lodge. Since the lodge was full we weren't allowed to use swimming pool. Not sure if worth the regular price. Issue with flies hanging around your eyes in the afternoomReport Check-In
Large camground with appr 8 sites, each with own bathroom, roof and picknick table. The sites are constructed almost within the granite rocks. Each with a wide view over the valley. We payed NB 330 pppn. Expensive, but the best campground we had during our trip in Namibia, although there was no wifi and electricity.Report Check-In