Chobe River Camp is a wildlife and birder’s dream and is the ideal place to break away, just across the river from the world renowned Chobe Nature Reserve, home to one of the largest concentrations of elephant on the African continent.
If there was ever an enchanted garden, this is it. Entering the Kalahari Farmhouse is like stepping into a magical enclave or an oasis in the desert - far away from the world. It urges you to take off
shoes, lie on the soft grass, open a book and relax. More...
The main building at Kashana really has been a witness to a century of history having been built in 1907 as a casino. After year of being put to less respectable uses, its condition had deteriorated seriously.
Enjoy a quiet drink on the host's spacious terrace, whilst watching industrious Mahali (weaver) birds build their nests and mongeese scurry about, or simply savor the colorful skies of the African setting
sun whilst sharing an aperitif between friends. More...
The main building and the chalets of Namib Desert Lodge are spread out along the foot of the fossilised dunes of the ancient Namib. A comfortable sojourn is guaranteed by 65 en suite rooms with air conditioning.
Ramblers Self Catering Accommodation offers guests simple, basic, friendly and unpretentious accommodation, close to the city centre (about 10 min walking) with a mini garden, free Wi-Fi and limited onsite parking
A peaceful place to settle your head to rest for the night. Surrounded by a beautiful garden of wild flowers, a variety of fruit trees, the smell of fresh herbs and the sound of the ocean in the background can only add serenity to your visit here.