At 200,000 acres, Sandfontein is bigger than Singapore, providing plenty of space to experience the true silence, solitude and beauty of Namibia’s semi-desert terrain. But that doesn’t mean you will be missing out on modern comforts; you will enjoy a cool outdoor swimming pool and there are soft cotton bed sheets in every bungalow. There’s even an airstrip allowing fly-in specials from Cape Town. Flights from other cities can also be arranged.
Thoughtfully isolated from one another, Sandfontein Lodge and Nature Reserve has five thatched bungalows that are private, indulgent and oozing with Namibian charm. Each has been built using locally sourced materials to help protect the environment, and from the wide-open terraces to the lavish floor-to-ceiling windows, every aspect has been designed to help you soak up the sheer size and beauty of the game reserve.
Scenic drives, nature trails, game viewing, fishing, kayaking on the river, photography, star gazing. Vast, secluded and serene, Sandfontein Lodge and Nature Reserve is a place where relaxation comes naturally. You could easily while away a fortnight or more at the lodge, drinking in the pure desert air and drenching yourself with sun. But with an abundance of wildlife, a rich colonial history and some of the planet’s most spectacular geology, this wild Namibian landscape demands exploration. And getting out there couldn’t be easier. Simply choose what you’d like to do, and let Sandfontein Lodge and Nature Reserve’s experienced staff take care of the rest.
Accommodation at Sandfontein Lodge and Nature Reserve:
Double or twin beds in each bungalow with en-suite bathroom, linen, towelling, fridge, and healing, eco-friendly Africology products.
For the ultimate upgrade, our suite is a lot larger than the standard bungalows with a seating area behind the bed, an en-suite bathroom including a shower, beautiful burnished bathtub overlooking the Sandfontein Valley and an outdoor shower.