Monday, July 29, 2013

Kalahari Farmhouse Special

Located in the midst of the Kalahari, on the fringes of the village of Stampriet in the fertile valley of the seasonal Auob River, Kalahari Farmhouse combines upmarket hospitality with a rural ambience. The reception and restaurant are housed in a manor, built in the heyday of Karakul farming 50 years ago. The small farming business next-door keeps the kitchen stocked with fresh produce for the delicious dishes on the menu. For guests there are 11 tastefully decorated rooms in chalets reminiscent of the Cape Dutch style.

Enjoy the serene tranquillity at the pool, visit the farming business or join a scenic drive in Gondwana Kalahari Park, just 30 km away.


Single Room    N$ 968.00 BB
Double Room    N$ 1548.00 BB


Sandfontein Nature & Game Reserve

The Sandfontein Game and Nature Reserves stretches out over 76,000 hectares (188,000 acres) of arguably the most spectacular scenery the planet has to offer. In an increasingly busy, crowded and noisy world, Sandfontein offers seclusion, scenery, silence and serenity.
In the Heart of the Nature and Game reserve, lies Sandfontein’s lodge, where you can laze around the 20 m swimming pool, taking in the dramatic landscape, the soothing silence and mesmerizing night-time sky.

Bigger than Singapore, Sandfontein is home to numerous species of game exceeding 4,000 in number (including the endangered black rhino) and includes 25 kilometers of Orange River frontage, the border between Namibia and South Africa.

Sandfontein boasts 4 luxury chalets and 1 suite and can sleep up to 10 guests per night on a fully catered basis. The Chalets and suite offers complete privacy and is ideal for relaxing and being part of nature.
Sandfontein also offers exceptional outdoor pursuits (led by our dedicated team) for those wanting to see more of Sandfontein’s inspiring natural surroundings. Take a scenic drive, admiring the scenery and learning about the wildlife. Spend a day adrift in your canoe, marveling at the Orange River’s birdlife and its contrast against the arid landscape. Mount the horses for a day out on the range. Have dinner around a campfire in a random riverbed, with our team on hand to ensure you don’t lift a finger.