Namibia Wildlife Resorts is a proud Namibian hospitality and service company, with professional, dedicated and knowledgeable customer-driven staff dedicated to providing guests with a relaxing, comfortable, memorable and liberating Namibian experience.
Nestled on the rim of the pan on a secluded peninsula, Onkoshi Resort 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.
Built 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.
Situated within the 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 tranquility and splendor of the Namib Desert, under the spectacular African sky.
Etosha National Park is Namibia's second largest Park. With a rich wildlife heritage of 114 mammal, 340 bird and 110 reptile species it is also the oldest and best known of Namibia's 22 Protected Areas. The Park, measuring a mind-boggling 22,270 km2 is a harsh arid area for most parts of the year where the spectacle occurs around the Saline pans; which cover about 23% of the park's total area.
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. 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 antelope can be observed.
Gross Barmen 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. Gross Barmen includes facilities for spa & wellness, fitness, recreation, and leisure.
Today Namibia is peaceful and economically is largely better off than many other countries of the region because of its productive mining, tourism, farming and fishing industries.
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.
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.
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.
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.
/Ai-/Ais, which means "burning water" in one of the local languages, refers to the sulphurous hot springs which are found in this area. One of these springs has its eye within the resort. /Ai-/Ais lies at the southern end of the Fish River conservation area.
Waterberg 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. The plateau and some 405 km² of surrounding land were declared a Nature Reserve in 1972.
Distances between towns and resorts in this area are long, and tourists should be well prepared to enjoy the scenery when travelling in this region.
Situated about 260 km south of Windhoek, the Hardap Resort encompasses Namibia's largest dam, Hardap, which is on the Fish River. Although first investigations were carried as early as 1897, construction commenced in 1960 and the dam was completed in 1963. It has a capacity of 320 million m3 and a surface area of 25 km2.
Khorixas Restcamp is the ideal stopover between Etosha and the Kunene region and Skeleton Coast Park. Nestled in the hills of Damaraland, it provides a relaxing environment for travelers, weary after a day's exploration. The area is an explorer's paradise where guests can visit the land of the Welwitschia mirabilis at Burnt Mountain, curious stone formations, the petrified forest, ancient rock engravings and experience other unusual geological phenomena.
There are a number of places on earth that capture your creative imagination and leave a lasting impression on your mind. Namibia happens to have a number of them along its coast which serve as much sought after retreats. Terrace Bay is one such NWR facility - an angler's paradise offering an absolutely unsurpassed coastal experience packed into one destination.
Torra Bay campsite is a popular fishing retreat, situated within the Skeleton Coast Park. Torra Bay, only open in December, January.
At 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 m, are pools that become replenished after good rains. Sesriem derives its name from the time when earlier pioneers tied six lengths of rawhide thongs (riem) together to draw water from the pools.
Shark Island is located on Shark Peninsula in Luderitz Bay in Southwest Namibia. The resort overlooks the bay, town and harbor. Onlookers can spot the seals and pelicans that frequent the rocky areas around the site. The resort is an excellent central point for exploring the town of Luderitz, the famous Kolmanskop Ghost Town, and Diaz Point, the historic landing spot of 17th century explorer Barthelomeuz Diaz.
The Naukluft section of the park was created to serve as a sanctuary for Hartmann's mountain zebra, which are endemic to Namibia. Other wildlife includes kudu, gemsbok, klipspringer, duiker, steenbok, leopard, baboon, black-backed jackal, bat-eared fox, African wild cat, caracal and aardwolf.
Located in the /Ai-/Ais / Richtersveld Transfrontier Park, the Fish River Canyon is one of the largest canyons in the world. Around 160 km in length and reaching a depth in excess of 500 meters, it is one of the main tourist attractions in the south of the country.
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.
Located in the western part of the park between Okaukuejo and Dolomite Camp Olifantsrus Campsite is a campsite only, there are no chalets available here. The facilities has 10 campsites with power points. The campsites take a maximum of 8 pax per site. Currently, there are no braai facilities for campers, only flat bases to make fire.