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NWR's offering in this spectacular setting is a rose amongst thorns. the staff are great and a pleasure to interact with, the chef served a steak that ranks amongst the best i've had and the coffee is great. the hikes on offer are incredible and...More
This is a classic case of opportunities missed. We booked one of the 6 bush chalets for two nights on our month tour of Namibia. On first glance it seemed wonderful, very new, nicely furnished and spacious. But that's where the design skills ended. No...More
The enjoyment of staying at this camp site starts with a scenic drive into the mountains. The welcome was the friendliest we had at any NWR site and the staff seemed happy and relaxed.
The site is on two levels and we chose a pitch...More
We only stayed one night in a chalet, which was unfortunate as this is a great place to stay. The staff were incredibly friendly and welcoming. The hikes (Olive and Waterkloof trails, 10 and 17 km) starting from the office are well marked and easy...More
We stayed a night at the camping area of the Naukluft Mountains. Took a hiking trip to the pools the next morning. It was all amazing - we were coming from Sossusvlei, and here were little creeks of running water in the middle of the...More
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the trail we walked on had one large quiver tree as a landmark on the 6-7 hour " waterkloof trail ". This tree is about 20-30 mins into the walk but its all alone. I am afraid I don't have any knowledge of a quiver tree... More
the trail we walked on had one large quiver tree as a landmark on the 6-7 hour " waterkloof trail ". This tree is about 20-30 mins into the walk but its all alone. I am afraid I don't have any knowledge of a quiver tree forest here. You can definitely go in for the day.