• Guest Rating: (2)
  • Accommodation Type: Guest Farm
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Bambatsi, one of the first guest farms in Namibia, is situated on a 1.234m high plateau overlooking a spectacular and panoramic Namibian landscape.

Because of this location there is pleasant climate all year round.

Take a walking trail through the mountains or in the mopane forest to watch animal and bird life. See the sunset from the veranda, at the bar or by the pool in a familiar atmosphere.

It is well worth staying two or more nights at Bambatsi during your Namibia Travel. Our guests undertake day trips to Vingerklip, Twyfelfontein and Petrified Forest and return to the farm for the afternoon coffee and cake.

Facilities include:
Bungalows
Swimming Pool


We are looking forward to welcome you and guarantee interesting and relaxing days.

Cancellation Policy:
30- 20 days prior arrival date 20%
19- 10 days prior arrival date 50%
9- 0 days prior arrival date 100%

Facilities & Services available:
Children under 12 years
Elderly
Honeymoon Couples
Dining room
Cots available
Parking (off-street - covered)
Afrikaans
English
Other Language
Hiking / Walking Trails
Swimming Pool

Bambatsi Guest Farm is a Guest Farm in Khorixas Northern Region Namibia
Directions:

Bambatsi is situated on C39, 390 km from Windhoek, 180 km to Etosha, 80 km from Outjo, 65 km from Khorixas, 100 km to Petrified Forest, 28 km to Vingerklip.

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Rooms and Units Available at Bambatsi Guest Farm

You are accommodated in comfortable bungalows with en-suite facilities, boarded by an excellent cuisine.

Double Rooms
Double room with ensuite bathroom
Amount of units/rooms available: 7
Maximum Persons per: 2
Latest Reviews
Very friendly owners. Excellent travel advice. Comfortable accommodation. Very good food.
Hugh Marshall Nov 2009
The setting for dinner was lovely, but the meal itself was not great and we had to pay extra for coffee afterwards. The rooms were old fashioned and could do with refurbishing. There were no tea/ coffee making facilities in the rooms. We felt it was overpriced for what we got.
Kathy Abraham Aug 2009