Galton House

Taking its name from a famous explorer, charming Galton House is Windhoek’s newest accommodation. Just 10 minutes from the center of town, it perches tranquilly on the edge of Eros, an affluent suburb. Its seven rooms are equipped with Internet connectivity, satellite television, coffee/tea station and other welcoming amenities. The communal areas include lounge, dining room, swimming pool, garden and a delightful alfresco dining area. Shops, restaurants, and supermarkets are within easy walking distance.

namibia galton house


Okonjima Bush Camp

Delightful lodging during your Namibia safari is provided at Okonjima Bush Camp, where thatched African-style chalets are well spaced for privacy in the tranquil bush. Meals are taken in the Lapa area (in the form of a camel thorn pod). Each en-suite chalet is completely private; the green canvas “walls” can be rolled up for panoramic views of life in the bush as you relax in total comfort.

Namibia Okonjima Bush Camp


Onguma Tree Top Camp

Onguma Tree Top Camp sits on Onguma Game Reserve, adjacent to eastern Etosha National Park. Small and intimate, it delights travelers who wish to truly experience the raw splendor of the bush. Built on wooden stilts, it affords bird’s-eye views of the reserve’s most spectacular watering hole. Camp consists of four thatched wooden rooms and a main complex with pleasant lounge. Rooms open on all sides to view the animals, or sit on your private terrace to survey the scene. Amenities wrap you in the luxury of crisp linen and down, private facilities, and delightful private outside shower. The kitchen is open plan and the chef enjoys tempting guests with wonderful dishes. Tree Top is a place to savor, where you can sit peacefully for hours watching the animals and birds.


Onguma Tree Top Camp


Camp Kipwe

Nestled in an outcrop of giant granite boulders, Camp Kipwe is a stone’s throw from the ephemeral Aba Huab riverbed where desert-adapted elephants roam. Each comfortable, thatched bungalow is simply but tastefully furnished, with en-suite open-air bathroom. A large alfresco dining area, bar and lounge with an inviting fireplace provide relaxing amenities. A refreshing swimming pool and sunset lookout with lovely views complement the camp.

Namibia Camp Kipwe


Wolwedans Dunes Lodge

Wolwedans Dunes Lodge is perched on top of a dune plateau, overlooking panoramic vistas in every direction. It is an exceptional location to capture sensations of the desert in an intimate and memorable way. The building style combines wooden poles and large canvas blinds that open up as windows to the desert beyond. Each spacious en-suite chalet leads onto a private veranda and stretches of untouched sand. The main complex entertains guests with two lounges, two dining rooms, several sundowner decks, fireplace, library, wine cellar and swimming pool.

Namibia Wolwedans Dunes Lodge


Andersson’s Camp

Andersson’s Camp takes its name from Charles Andersson, the Swedish explorer who first “discovered” the Etosha Pan with Sir Francis Galton in 1851. Set against a backdrop of the low Ondundozonanandana Mountains, camp is within the private Ongava Game Reserve bordering Etosha. The rocky, scrub-covered plains support a rich variety of game such as giraffe, lion, rhino, and antelope species― many of which interact at the camp’s waterhole. A former farmstead, Andersson’s Camp has been tastefully rebuilt to modern standards, guided by principles of environmental sustainability. The old farmhouse now forms the main dining, bar and swimming pool area, with guest tents radiating outwards into the secluded mopane woodlands. Tents are constructed of stone cladding,