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Windhoek Country Club Resort Sossusvlei Wilderness Camp Swakopmund Hotel
Sossusvlei Mountain Lodge Ongava Lodge Kalahari Sands Hotel
Kulala Desert Lodge Doro Nawas Camp  
Windhoek Country Club Resort

The superb Windhoek Country Club Resort is the final word in luxury and entertainment in Namibia. Exceptional service, superb accommodation and a tranquil desert setting have made this hotel the premier destination in Namibia.


Upon arrival, you might want to take some time to acclimatise to the arid desert environment. Any of our 39 Luxury Rooms, 105 Hollywood twins, 6 suites or double storey Presidential Suite should provide a sanctuary. Rooms have individual heating and cooling controls, bathroom with bath, shower and toilet, direct dialling phones, 24-hour room service, electric razor plugs, mini bars, hair dryers, DStv and a balcony. They also have a specially equipped paraplegic room.


You can expect all the conveniences you would find in any of the major cities of the world, right here in Windhoek internet connectivity in the rooms, credit cards and foreign exchange, same day laundry. Despite all the attractions of the area, you will be forgiven if you choose to withdraw into the solitude of your own space and spend an indolent day in the peaceful surrounds of the resort. If you want to be more active, the resort offers the following activities 18 Hole golf course, putting and bowling green, two floodlit tennis courts adjacent to the hotel and swimming pool.

Sossusvlei Wilderness Camp
Sossusvlei Wilderness Camp, situated just outside the Namib Naukluft Park, is built close to the top of a mountain providing spectacular vistas of the desert valley floor and surrounding Naukluft Mountains. There are nine superbly appointed chalets, each with a plunge pool on a raised wooden deck. The bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms all have panoramic views of the surrounding plains and dunes in the distance. The main area is under thatch with an outdoor deck where guests enjoy sundowners or dinner under the stars, while breakfasts are sometimes served under camel thorn trees amongst the dunes. The clear African night skies are viewed through a powerful telescope from the stargazing platform.

The camp is named after the nearby world-famous Sossusvlei, an enormous clay pan, flanked by the famous red sand dunes that stand out starkly against the blue sky. These dunes - the most well-known being Big Daddy or Dune 45 - have developed over millions of years, the wind continuously remodelling the contours of this red sand sea. The 'vlei' itself only fills after rare heavy rainfall when, in a complete turn-around, it becomes a spectacular turquoise lake.

The camp offers easy access to Sossusvlei as well as privacy and exclusivity, so early morning excursions to the dunes and the vlei are most popular. Awe-inspiring ballooning safaris are at extra cost. Experienced guides bring the desert to life during nature drives and walks, with night drives producing sightings of nocturnal species such as aardwolf, Cape fox, black-backed jackal and bat-eared fox.

Swakopmund Hotel
Swakopmund Hotel and Entertainment Centre is situated in Swakopmund, on the Atlantic Coast of Namibia. Voted 'Best Hotel in 1995 and 1996, the Hotel comprises of 90 luxurious bedrooms including two presidential suites; an entertainment centre with the Tavern Bar featuring live entertainment; two cinemas; video arcade; hairdresser; speciality shopping and a tour operator. The Mermaid Casino offers world class gambling facilities.


The Hotel's Conference Centre can host up to 350 delegates. For the discerning gourmet - Platform One Restaurant - which enhances in essence the combination of Swakopmund Hotel's hospitality and service excellence. The Mermaid Casino offers world-class gambling with favourites such as "break the bank" and "double fortunes", poker, black jack and roulette tables. The entertainment centre is complete with 2 cinemas, a video arcade with the latest games, speciality shopping and fast food outlets. The Tavern, an action bar with live entertainment and dancing, is the perfect place to sample Namibia's famed cool and crisp beers.

Sossusvlei Mountain Lodge
Experience the haunting beauty of the Namib Desert at Sossusvlei Mountain Lodge, situated in the foothills of the private NamibRand Nature Reserve in Namibia. Thanks to conservation efforts, the NamibRand spans 180 000 hectares (445 000 acres) of pristine desert wilderness, and is the largest private nature reserve in Southern Africa.

This extraordinary safari lodge is renowned for its luxurious and private accommodation set at the foot of a mountain overlooking the stark, yet beautiful Namib Desert. Designed to capture the splendour and solitude of the desert, each stone and glass desert villa is set along the curve of the escarpment, affording absolute privacy. Each villa features a shaded private veranda, split-level bedroom and living room with fireplace, fully-stocked personal bar, compact spotting scope and a service-intercom to the main lodge.


A fine selection of wines from our walk-in wine cellar complements delicious Pan-African cuisine, which is served in the glass-fronted dining room. The split-level main lodge features a fire-lit bar, comfortable sitting room, mezzanine library with CD and book collection, swimming pool, wraparound verandas and African gift shop. The pool is fed by water from an underground spring. At sunset, animals are drawn to a nearby waterhole, providing added enjoyment to a sundowner drink.

Ongava Lodge
Ongava Lodge is situated along the southern boundary of Etosha National Park in the privately owned Ongava Game Reserve. Ongava is the ideal place from which to base your activities when visiting Etosha. Accommodation comprises twelve air-conditioned brick, rock and thatch chalets, each with en-suite facilities.

Meals are either served in the main dining area under thatch with a view over the camp's water hole, or on the dining deck under the stars. Activities include game drives in open 4x4 vehicles into the Okaukeujo area of Etosha where Lion, Elephant, Cheetah, Gemsbok, Springbok and Hartebeest can be seen at many of the waterholes in the park.

In addition, hides and walks with armed guides are enjoyed on the private reserve. Ongava has resident White and Black Rhino, giving guests staying at Ongava the unique opportunity to see both of these charismatic species. Ongava Lodge was listed on the Condé Naste Traveller Gold Reserve List for 2005.

Kalahari Sands Hotel
The Kalahari conjures up images of golden dunes, mystical nights and Bushmen artifacts. The Kalahari Sands Hotel and Casino is a tribute to these metaphors and is a stepping stone to Namibia and the gateway to Etosha National Park and the Namib Desert.
The Kalahari Sands Hotel and Casino has a total of 173 rooms which are decorated to blend into their earthy surroundings. The rooms offer spacious traditional hotel furnishings in tones that reflect the dunes and terrain of South Africa.

Each guestroom has a sitting area, while the hotel’s suites have spacious dining and living areas. All rooms provide mini bars, 24 hour room service, a mini refrigerator and coffee making facilities.
The Kalahari Sands features a bustling casino at the center of the hotel, with slots, table games and a poker room. For on-site dining, the Dunes restaurant offers an al a carte menu all day as well as a buffet carvery,and an outdoor terrace provides a unique dining opportunity. The Kalahari’s Oasis Bar and its resident pianist invite guests to a relaxing venue for evening cocktails.

Kulala Desert Lodge
Kulala Desert Lodge is positioned within the arid Namib Desert on the private Kulala Wilderness Reserve, and is closest to the iconic red dunes of the Sossusvlei. The camp comprises 15 thatched and canvas "kulalas" with en-suite bathrooms and verandas. Each room is built on a wooden platform to catch the cooling breezes and has a deck on the flat rooftop where bedrolls are placed for guests to sleep under the countless stars that Namibia's clear skies reveal.


The main area, with décor motivated by northern Africa, has a lounge, pub, dining area, plunge pool, and wrap-around veranda overlooking the waterhole - a perfect location to view and photograph the desert vista. The overall setting is a true delight to the senses, bringing together the rhythm of Namibia, French cuisine and intimacy. A waterhole in front of camp attracts a number of local wildlife (such as gemsbok, springbok, ostrich and jackal) and provides a perfect location to view and photograph the desert scenery.
Game drives and walks are offered on the private reserve with incredible views, desert game and smaller desert fauna and flora. Another option, at an extra cost, is early morning ballooning. Beginning at first light, the 60-90 minute balloon safari offers a truly matchless experience to soar silently above the splendid sand dunes and desert - with a champagne breakfast served at your landing site.

Doro Nawas Camp
Doro Nawas Camp is located in the dry Aba-Huab River valley, within the Doro !Nawas Conservancy in central Damaraland, and commands impressive views of the Etendeka Mountains to the north and the red sandstone cliffs of Twyfelfontein in the south.

Guests are housed in 16 natural walled units, the design and décor blending in with the surrounding scenery. The units with their attention to comfort and luxury are a mix of natural stone and canvas walls with wood and glass doors, shaded by a thatch roof. Each unit consists of a bedroom, en-suite bathroom with outdoor shower and a veranda for stargazing or sleep outs.

The main building is suspended on the top of a small hill providing panoramic views of this varied and impressive landscape, which varies from tabletop outcrops, small canyons, and dry riverbeds to grassland vistas. The main area is made up of indoor and outdoor rooftop dining areas, residential pool area, bar, curio and small gallery exhibiting Namibian art. A staircase to the roof allows for soothing sundowners and stargazing.

The camp provides an excellent base for exploring the local area in game drive vehicles and on foot, taking in the spectacular views and desert scenery. A highlight is the fascinating journey to Twyfelfontein, Namibia's first World Heritage Site, with its famous San art engravings, and the largest collection of petroglyphs - prehistoric rock art - in Africa.