Corona is situated on the C26, just about half-way between Windhoek and the Atlantic Ocean (Walvis Bay). Combined with the two adjoining farms "Picadilly" and "Swartkranz" - both forming part of the same estate - it offers the visitor a truly majestic and unspoilt wildlife scenery over an area which is double the size of the principality of Liechtenstein.
Surrounded by the mountain range, Corona is positioned right in the centre of a plateau at the foot of the imposing "amsberg", at 2347 metres being one of the highest mountains in Namibia.
We pride ourselves on our renowned cuisine catering for all and sundry, not neglecting vegetariens and on treating each one of our guests as one of the family which, together with the luxury equipment throughout the premises and grounds, we feel sure will not fail to impress you as well.
In addition to which and as befits the trust host, we can converse not only in the language of hospitality, but also in English, German and Afrikaans.
In short - what awaits you here at reasonable rates is definitely off the beaten track, in a setting of nature and wildlife so unspoilt as to be hard to match anywhere in the world!
From Windhoek, take the western exit road. After 36 kilometres, turn off left on the C26 for a further 130 kilometres. Turn off left on 1438 and travel another 18 kilometres, and you have reached Corona.
From Walvis Bay, follow the C 14 for approx. 173 kilometres. Then turn left on the C26. Another 31 kilometres to the 1438 turn-off. From there you travel another 18 kilometres, and you have reached Corona.
Corona offers its guests accommodation of a pleasantly luxurious style, made up of 4 de luxe (family-sized) suites as well as 6 well-appointed single and / or double rooms. Each one of them boasting its own private and individually decorated bathroom or shower.
Various verandahs, cool resident's lounges, a small bar plus separate television lounge having on offer a full range of satellite programmes, a reading corner, and last but not least the refreshing pool sparkling in the Namibian sunshine, alongside where visitors can devote themselves to sunbathing or lounging in the shade beneath ancient jacaranda trees.
All of this cannot but create an ideal ambience of those in need of getting away from it all, of relaxion in the true sense of the word.