KUANGUKUANGU - Luxury Cabin

KUANGUKUANGU - Luxury Cabin

Solitaire Naukluft, Sossusvlei, Namib-Naukluft Park na Namibia
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Your private lodge near NamibRand, Naukluft mountains and Sossusvlei. Your unshared accommodation in Namibia. The ideal place for those who prefer absolute isolation, privacy and exclusivity in Namibia.Situated in the peaceful solitude of an idyllic valley, in the heart of the desert, KuanguKuangu is the ideal place for travellers who seek tranquillity and intimacy. Nestled in a dune, KuanguKuangu makes it possible for its occupants to live in harmony with nature, at the same time offering them comfort, luxury, adventure and relaxation.
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CHLondon wrote a review Oct 2013
London, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We absolutely loved our three night stay at Kuangu Kuangu - if you are looking for something a little bit different and complete romantic isolation, you couldn't stay anywhere better!

We ate with the owners at Barchan Dune on the first night and the meal was lovely and the company very enjoyable, drinks are included which is a very nice touch. We ordered the delicious braii packs for the second two nights and really enjoyed BBQing under the stars (but it is an idea to start the braii before sunset as the lighting isn't great).

The bed is super comfy but the sun does heat the room up very quickly in the morning - all you need to do is roll down one of the shutters a few inches and that solves the problem. The outdoor shower and loo have lovely views and although it is an idea to take a torch for using the loo during the night, we found the starlight completely adequate.

The view down the valley is incredible and even tho Barchan Dune is only half a mile away or so, it is completely hidden and you feel you have the whole valley to yourselves. Sunset on the mountains was absolutely stunning!

I couldn't recommend this place highly enough and am already looking forward to going back one day to this thoroughly magical place.
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Date of stay: October 2013
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Scotlandmac wrote a review Oct 2012
Glasgow, United Kingdom
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
We loved this very comfortable,charming chalet.It - and the nearby farmhouse - are invisible from the road,3km away - not that there's much traffic about anyway but we loved the safe isolation.
At first glance it does look a bit odd but it's a great ,well thought out set up.Comfy chairs beside the little outdoor fire; dining table with nice tablecloth and candles...lots of stone, big glass windows and attractive furnishings.And a simply beautiful view over the dun-coloured grass to rocky mountains and desert.The owners run a game farm and the drive was well worth it to see his prized (and wild) oryx and springbok and mountain zebra.In fact the braai pack featured springbok steaks and kudu sausages - incredibly tasty!Game farms seem to be quite a thing in the area combined with these farms getting more involved in general tourism.
The outside toilet and shower I was a bit dubious about at first given the insects which seemed to be about but in fact we had no problems at all - in the cool of the morning and evening, the (few) flies and wasps disappear and it's all very comfortable.I'm sure there are also scorpions and snakes about but we didn't go looking for them and never saw any.The farm itself 9a little oasis of flowers and greenery) doesn't have these because it has a resident meerkat(surecat).We joined the owners for a drink one evening and Hannejie called for him to appear -and he did!Up close they are so small but so human in their movements - so cute(but with incredibly sharp teeth).
The drive to Sesriem, the gateway to the dunes took us 1hour 40 mins. (Then another 60k to Sossulvlei itself).The owner said he could do it in an hour because he knows the road and the various bumps and bad bits.It's a rough ride (despite the 'great' gravel roads - I found them not so great and tedious to have to drive on for hours at a time).He reckoned 90 mins would be visitors normal time to the gate.But the scenery is so spectacular,we stopped quite a bit en route so it took longer.Birdlife is excellent too.
The only problem with the location is that unless you are prepared to drive in the dark(and it is not recommended) you won't make sunrise at the dunes from this location.We weren't bothered but it might be a factor for some.
Solitaire itself is about 30mins away.It's a 'one hoss town' of a petrol station, cafe, repair garage ,grim little shop,and excellent bakery that does carryout coffee and tea from a machine.
I have to say, the apple pie (more like a crumble) was first class! I noticed someone said it was bland but no way!Maybe the baker was off that week. I bake a lot at home and it was in my view excellent.Sweet,buttery,lots of apples.The chocolate brownie was not bad either - quite dry,more like a cake, but tasting really strongly of good chocolate,so I was sold on that too.

I would recommend booking onto the Cheetah drive at neighbouring Solitaire Game Farm.There is a rehabilitation programme going on and you are taken out to actually walk up to three different cheetahs in the semi- wild,for the very reasonable price of about £25 for 90 mins -2 hours.Fascinating to gain an insight into what the programme is all about and see these animals a few feet away and very exposed to them.
However, our hosts at KuanguKuangu did mention that some cheetahs let loose had later killed some farm livestock and I sensed there might be a tension growing about what seemed a very worthwhile project.Always two sides I suppose.
We travelled by Nissan Double Cab, perfect for the roads there and the Spreetshoogte Pass.I was a bit worried about this 4km of snaking,steep,bumpy gravel road twisting down the mountainside but it was fine in the car we had.I can't imagine anyone doing it however in an ordinary car.We travelled back up the pass 3 days later and the car was just so secure and took it no problem.Don't listen to anyone who suggests an ordinary car is fine because the roads are so good.They are not, they are still gravel,it's all relative.Yes you can go 80km an hour some of the time,but not always - plenty dips and bumps and bouldery bits and just sheer awful bits,to slow you down .In a normal car, it would be absolute hell (if it made it at all).Locals easily do 100-120km though.
Travelling time to the cabin from Windhoek was 3.5 hours with brief photo stops.You HAVE to stop at the top of the pass because, certainly in good light conditions, you finally see the wild landscape you dreamed about in Namibia - inselberg mountains rising out of flat dun-coloured grassland as far as the eye can see and just complete and utter silence.Magnificent.I think I liked the general desert landscape better than the dunes themselves.
One other comment - we noticed the lodges and campsite at Sesriem itself(and also Solitaire) but can't say any of it looked very attractive.Sesriem has a decent cafe/petrol station and shop but it seemed pointless to visit the desert but then be surrounded by so many other people and not very attractive buildings,cars going back and forwards, constant dust etc.For that reason also, we were relieved to escape back to our quiet,safe little haven.
A last remark - Sesriem Canyon wasn't really worth the minor detour.Not very attractive or spectacular in any way.
The dunes were great to see - really, a low level mountain range of sand.It is the colours that are the thing.I would almost say Sossusvlei dune itself is pretty much like all the others you see driving in,except you get closer.Dead Vlei would probably suffice for a visit if time is short.That's where the shuttle bus drops you first.We had no wish to climb them - no fun climbing sand - and I thought the thing was really the contrast with the white desert floor and occasional animals posing very nicely in front of a dune background.They are so photogenic - bring them up on the zoom lens and they become more than what you are actually seeing in front of you.
One word of warning we got re Windhoek - the car rental company (Thrifty) warned us not to leave anything in the car if we parked in the city or we'd come back to a smashed window.We couldn't find any of the guidebook's promised 'security-manned' carparks at the shopping centre so only one of us could shop and (with difficulty) bring the supplies back as we hadn't planned any time in the city apart from stocking up.No problem if you've dumped your luggage somewhere first but turned out to be a real hassle given they way we'd planned things and the exposed rear storage of the cab.
Oh..and there are some beautiful Himba women on the road down from Christus Kirche - Fidel Castro street at the car park.
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Date of stay: September 2012
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linda009 wrote a review Jun 2014
London, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Although the comfortable cabin (of which there is just one) is only a 15 min walk (or 3 minute drive) from the main house at Barchan Dunes Retreat, you feel as if you are miles from anywhere. We liked the sense of isolation and tranquility from the moment we arrived. The cabin looks out over a flat valley of swaying yellow grass, surrounded by rocky hills - a beautiful view. The well designed open air bathroom area/shower/toilet is a unique feature (waist high walls), and we successfully heated the water tank (with a fire) for hot water showers. Instead of opting for dinner at the main house, we had a thoughtfully prepared braai pack, which was provided in a cooler box: beer, wine, meat, salad, cheese and biscuits - it was all delicious. Spacious bedroom with large floor to ceiling windows, very comfortable bed with good quality bed linen. We only had a one night stay here, but would definitely return and do some walks in the hills behind the cabin. We walked over to the main house at Barchan Dunes Retreat in the morning, delicious breakfast. This is a very unusual place to stay, but perfect if you're after peace and quiet and privacy - a truly memorable African experience. This was our favourite place in Namibia. Shortly after leaving here to get to Windhoek, the road goes via Spreetshoogte Pass - breathtaking views as you wind your way to the top of the mountain.
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Date of stay: May 2014
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Garethkew wrote a review Jan 2012
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed for two nights at KuanguKuangu and would thoroughly recommend it. Two nights gives you a full day to unwind and appreciate the solitude and beauty of the place.

Willem and Hannetjie at the nearby Barchan Dunes are very friendly and welcoming but leave you completely undisturbed if that's what you want- the cabin is not visible from the lodge but is 25mins away by foot if required.

The closest shops really are a loooooong way away, so if you are planning to go down the self catering route, stock up on everything in Windhoek (there is a decent sized fridge at the cabin plus a good range of cooking equipment and utensils). Alternatively, Willem and Hannetjie provide excellent breakfasts, lunch and dinner and also BBQ packs. We also did the evening drive with Willem, which was a very good way to see oryx, zebra and other animlas whcih would otherwise be more difficult to see. Sunset over the desert with a stiff G&T in your hand is an experience not to be forgotten!
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Date of stay: January 2012
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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AMcScotland wrote a review Sept 2012
Montrose
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at Kuangu for 2 nights at the beginning of our trip to Namibia. We booked the cabin on the strength of the TripAdvisor reviews. We were not disappointed! This place is not for everyone, but it was perfect for us and by far our favourite accommodation for the whole trip. When you arrive the cabin looks slightly like a garage, but when the doors are opened up you can truly appreciate just how fabulous this place is. Although the main lodge is within easy walking distance, you have the impression that you are totally on your own. The owners were really welcoming and set us up with some cold beers upon arrival. We sat out on the small terrace and enjoyed the amazing views. The cabin is beautifully designed with careful attention to detail everywhere. The outdoor shower/toilet area is built around a large boulder and it was fabulous being able to brush your teeth under the stars. The bed was enormous and one of the most comfortable I have ever slept in. We opted for dinner at the main lodge, which was excellent with a nice selection of wine. Next time I think we would definitely try the 'Braai', as the little seating area outside the cabin was so lovely. Don't expect instant hot water - you need to light a stove for the hot water, which we loved. And forget about hairdryers. Electricity is on a solar battery, so limited. But again one of the charms of the place. We were very sad to have to leave and would love to go back. This place feels both wild, remote and simple - a bit like camping - but also very luxurious and beautifully designed. They get the balance just right. It's unique!
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Date of stay: July 2012
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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c_tissot153 wrote a review Aug 2012
Paris, France
5.0 of 5 bubbles
It is just over a year (september 2011) since we stayed at Kuangukuangu and we
still talk about it as one of the best places we have ever been. Everything
in the Cabin was perfect, as described by others. We too were lucky in that
it had rained more than usual and the colours were just gorgeous. Magic
location: borderline between mountain and desert. Large herds of oryx were
amazing (this is the Oryx Kingdom: you can see a lot of other animals, but
this land belongs to the orixes), and we even saw two owls in trees on a day
drive. Zebras, dick dicks, bat eared foxes, jackals, ostriches and orixes of
course, in the rainy season as cubs, and you can see them. We wanted to walk
(not drive) to Barchan Dune Retreat for dinner, and I moaned about the walk
on hot sand, but the bonus was being peacefully at the end of the line with
virtually unbroken views, and an excellent and friendly dinner with the
owners of the farm. We had a braai pack the second evening, and enjoyed a
very peaceful evening around the fire place, just the 2 of us. We even saw a
mountain zebra, may be curious about our dinner.

We spent 2 nights during our honeymoon and it was the highlight of the trip.
Game drives were very professional, with the owner of Barchan Dune Retreat,
food outstanding, and the Cabin very comfortable, with huge windows on the
scenic countryside. All in all - just fantastic. We will come again one day.
That's for sure. Would recommend to anyone.

Cécile
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Date of stay: September 2011
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Helene722 wrote a review Jan 2012
Paris
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The scenery around the cabin is incredible, and a sunrise at the Kuangukuangu is out of this world. 

Overall, this was undoubtedly the highlight of our Namibia trip.

We spent 3 nights at Kuangukuangu at the beginning of our trip. The location and landscape is on an epic scale and in retrospect the accommodation was our favourite overall (and that was a very difficult decision based on the quality we enjoyed throughout). Our experience at Kuangukuangu was absolutely amazing! We choose this lodge in Namibia because the setting seemed to be breathtaking ; and it is ! What a place to start our African Adventure. The colours and the landscape will be forever etched on our minds. The vastness, variety and colours of the landscape are beyond desccription and every sense and emotion is bombarded. The cabin was amazing with views that defied belief and it was almost impossible to absorb the level of luxury and comfort that surrounded us. All travel weariness had disappeared!

You have the possibility of booking your own braai pack, which gave us a lot of flexibility and peace of mind. You can also have the feeling of a bed and breakfast if you choose to have breakfast or dinner at the farmhouse, 5 minutes from the cabin. This is the best way to combine lodge and bed and breakfast in Namibia.

Only one cabin, masses of space. Highly recommended.

Management, service, food : excellent.

No need to ask where to stay in Namibia!

Helene and Steve
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Date of stay: December 2011
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Thomas A wrote a review Jan 2012
Nantes, France
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We spent a single night in Kuangukuangu, leaving Sossusvlei area to Swakopmund. We loved the place ! The single cabin is about 2 miles from the lodge itself, giving you a total privacy and a beautiful view on a valley that seems to be here just for you. The place is well designed and really confortable. We didn't have the dinner at the lodge but the owner kindly prepared meat kebabs and sausage we cooked over our fire, delicious !!!!
Kuangukunagu was a unique experience during our trip and we would recommend it as a must-do in south west namibia !
Thomas & Ségolene (France)
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Date of stay: December 2011
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mfuwe wrote a review Jan 2012
Isle of Man, United Kingdom
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It is a well hackneyed phrase but this is a place of your dreams. An almost unique building in a gorgeous setting with no other building in sight. Wildlife such as Kudu, Oryx and Mountain Zebra as your neighbours as well as many birds. Alledgedly self catering for those who do this, we made our own breakfasts during our three day stay, but excellent hosted meals are available at the 'invisible' Farmhouse a short distance away. Drive over or walk. The host Willem will drive you back if required.
The bungalow/retreat is set back 3 km from the minor road leading to Spreetshoogt Pass from just north of the settlement of Solitaire. You are surrounded by mountains and as the name of the place implies you are in dune country although at the time of our visit there was lots of fresh grass.
Furnished in a thoughtful but simple style the layout is quite minimalist with just a bed and shelving and chairs. The front is fully glazed so keep those curtains closed to remain cool. Outside there is a storage room and cooking facilities leading to an open air bathroom. The place is fully plumbed and hot water on tap.
Lots to do in Solitaire with Sesriem and Sossusvlei about an hour away on a decent road.
Or nip to the farm and meet the resident Meerkats or just sit and relax. An ideal place to just be simply doing nothing. Dictate your own pace and forget schedules.
Willem will happily take you for a sundowner/game drive to see his animals if you can tear yourself away.
Capacity of KuanguKuangu is of course limited to a couple but those travellng in a larger group need not despair. The Farm has three other small serviced bungalows discreetly located nearby. The only problem would be who gets Kuangu Kuangu!!
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Date of stay: December 2011
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: There is only one choice here so it is made for you. Eat at the farmhouse and relax.
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southernafrica30 wrote a review Nov 2011
Ivory Coast
5.0 of 5 bubbles
we stayed for 2 days and would have stayed more if we had the time. There really is so much to say about the place - sit under a blanket of stars, hike the hills, read on your porch, enjoy the beautiful landscape and isolation, think and pray, its just you and the majesty of nature. We ate at the farmhouse one night (1 km away) - they are excellent hosts, and ordered a braii packet the next day. We bought some food at a local store but shouldn't have - the braii packet was the perfect amount. If you feel the need to leave the bush, there's a garage/restaurant combo and good bakery (with apple crumble speciality dish) about 20 mins up the way.
The place is perfectly set up with everything you need, they have thought of everything. Its just as decribed on their website. If you have a chance to spend time here do it!
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Date of stay: March 2011
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Room Tip: if you plan to cook - have some paper towels to cover your food. Also, if you want music, bring...
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Response from O L, Manager at KUANGUKUANGU - Luxury Cabin
Responded 27 Nov 2011
Thank you for your comments, we do appreciate. We are glad that you enjoyed Kuangukuangu as your accommodation in Namibia, as well as the braai pack experience around the fire place! The braai is an alternative to the cosy and warm dinner with your hosts at the guestfarm. You are right, we focused on Namibian music and South African music , but we will definitely add some more CD in the Cabin, thank you for the advice. All the best,
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"KuanguKuangu is the only room of it's kind and highly recommended."
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mfuwe wrote a tip Jan 2012
Isle of Man, United Kingdom48,656 contributions549 helpful votes
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"There is only one choice here so it is made for you. Eat at the farmhouse and relax."
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southernafrica30 wrote a tip Nov 2011
Ivory Coast20 contributions28 helpful votes
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"if you plan to cook - have some paper towels to cover your food. Also, if you want music, bring some CD's, there's a CD player in the room with some CDs but they are traditional african or chant/nature sounds."
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infofu wrote a tip Oct 2011
Berlin, Germany2 contributions6 helpful votes
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"Only one room. For 2 people only."
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Frequently Asked Questions about KUANGUKUANGU - Luxury Cabin
Which popular attractions are close to KUANGUKUANGU - Luxury Cabin?
Nearby attractions include Dune 45 (0.00 km), Sesriem Canyon (3.6 km), and Sesriem Canyon (3.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at KUANGUKUANGU - Luxury Cabin?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at KUANGUKUANGU - Luxury Cabin?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a minibar, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at KUANGUKUANGU - Luxury Cabin?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at KUANGUKUANGU - Luxury Cabin?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are there opportunities to exercise at KUANGUKUANGU - Luxury Cabin?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.