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Quivertree Forest Rest Camp

29 Road Farm GariganusPO Box 262, Keetmanshoop 9000 Namibia
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29 Road Farm GariganusPO Box 262, Keetmanshoop 9000 Namibia
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We found this rest camp to be the perfect place to stay for our final night in Namibia. We stayed in one of the Igloo type units which in its own was an experience to say the least. Most unusual but very comfortable. The unit lacks TLC and some of the appliances did not work. Due to unexpected vehicle problems we had to change our prepaid booking on two occasions and Ingrid was most accommodating. Whilst some may object to paying an entrance fee to the Quiver tree forest this is after all a heritage site which needs upkeep and maintenance. I felt that for what was on offer for breakfast at the price charged was a little unreasonable , however we had a most enjoyable short stay at this camp.
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This owner's wife Ingrid is without doubt the rudest person we have come across in our travels. We saw the quiver tree forest and giant's playground last year so had no interest to see it again and only stayed there because we had friends who hadn't seen it. Even so we were forced to pay entrance fees on top of camping fees and were told we could go and find other accommodation in Keetmanshoop if we didn't like it. No eye contact, no smile, just pure hostility. They are taking advantage of people because they own the quiver tree forest which isn't that great considering there are quiver trees all over Namibia. All the toilets at the campground were blocked and smelly. The owner, Coenie, on the other hand was very nice and his cheetah feeding is a lovely experience. But will not be returning purely based on the treatment received from his wife.
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We stayed 1 night on our way back to Windhoek. The welcome we got wasn't very friendly, the price was surprisingly high for a Namibian campsite, but does include the Quiver tree forrest and Giant's playground. The location itself is convenient (if going back to Windhoek like we did) and the forrest is nice for a short walk. Facilities are average and could use a refurbishment, but you do have running hot water and electricity plus a braai.
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The only reason to stay here is for the quiver trees and giants playground at dusk and dawn - and for photographs that is the best time. Otherwise one would not stay here. The accommodations are basic with some issues - our bathroom smelt a little. We found the food fine, home cooking but good enough. As a homestay/farm stay for 1 night it was ok but thats all. We arrived late in the afternoon and left after breakfast so can't say anything more about the place.
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We camped there for 1 night...next time it will be at least 2 or 3 and I'll try out the igloo chalets! Uncomplicated yet really comfortable and well laid out accommodation and camp sites! Rustic pool with lots of natural rock formations.
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$87 - $117 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
NamibiaCentral PlateauKeetmanshoop
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