The room I had booked was not available on arrival. We were given a fancier, more modern, but they had to move beds into it as it only slept two and not four as I had booked. The room was beautiful, but very basically equipped and finishing touches like towel rails or hooks have been forgotten. We were looking forward to cake from the coffee shop, but not much was available and was a little disappointing. The tame baby Oryx around the place was very cute to pet and the sunset and stars were amazing.
This was our second visit to this beautiful litlle place in thie middle of nowhere. We were a group of 8 and stayed in 3 chalets. You have to make your own fire under a little geyser called a donkey for hot water to shower. This place is so amazingly equiped with only the bare necesities. It is smart, neat and very very clean... the two bedroom chalet has 2 bathrooms. There is a small shop and also a fuel station but it is very remote an has no credit card facilities....take cash!!
The room was very clean. You can only take a shower in the evening, if you need hot water. The kitchen is outside. The breakfast, which they serve is delicious. The location is very good. You can watch antelopes during the sunset.
Betta is a gem in the Namib. Johan and his team run it like a well-oiled machine. Facilities house top quality bedding and towels and the self catering kitchen has everything you'll need. The 'geelvet' TBone steaks are tops
This is simply the best camp in Namibia. A must to visit. Very neat and clean and well priced. There is a shop and fuel station but it is so remote no credit cards word, take enough cash. The lovely stone houses blends in with the desert eniviroment. For hot water make your own fire in the donkey nex to the bungalow. JUST LOVELY!!!