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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
Not as popular as Sesriem/Sossusvlei, but it should be. The area is stunning and full of wildlife. Baboons (they didn’t bother us), Hyrax (Dassie), and a wide selection of bird life can be seen from the campsite. Elsewhere Hartman’s Zebra can be seen on an...More
The campsite is inside the park and very isolated. You need to bring all supplies, no shops around. The staff was the most welcoming from all the NWR parks, nothing to compare with Etosha or Waterberg parks. The pitches near the river are nicer and...More
We had such a warm welcome to this camp site and really enjoyed our stay. The ablution facilities are excellent and recently renovated which is a huge plus. We did the Waterkloof trail on our full day there and it was a beautiful but tough...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.