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75km on the C40 west from Kamanjab, Kamanjab Namibia
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#1 of 17 Specialty lodging in Kamanjab
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Hidden among large grey granite boulders and mopani trees, Hoada (pronounce Waada) Campsite offers travellers a serene home in the wilderness.The area, which is home to a variety of animals, offers spectacular views and a number of hiking trails and 4×4 tracks to explore. This sensational landscape is home to Namibia’s uniquely adapted desert elephant, with its longer legs and smaller tusks, which are frequent visitors to the area. These and a number of larger plains game, reptiles and invertebrates are abundant on the Grootberg Plateau and river valleys that carve deep furrows into the landscape, waiting to be discovered by those passing through.All six luxury camp sites can easily accommodate eight persons, with ample designated areas for four tents or vehicles with roof-top tents. The Group campsite can take up to 14 guests and have male & female ablution facilities.
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75km on the C40 west from Kamanjab, Kamanjab Namibia
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Craig1986 wrote a review Oct 2018
London, United Kingdom92 contributions31 helpful votes
This campsite is exceptionally well set up. The facilities that they provide are excellent, and everything that you would need for camping. But most impressive is how secluded everything is, you barely even notice that there are other people around, and the sunset bar is a really nice touch and a good way to spend the evening.
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Date of stay: September 2018
FiSch85 wrote a review Sep 2018
Munich, Bayern, Germany228 contributions35 helpful votes
We stayed one night at Hoada Campsite and had a tented camp, so a tent with beds. The tent was clean and comfortable, there was electric light and an outside bathroom with hot water. Next to the tent there was a small "kitchen" and in the evening we got a plate with frozen meat and bread with garlic butter to do Braai (=barbecue). Fire wood can be bought at the reception. In the morning we were offered a light breakfast (3 little muffins and some hot tea or coffee). The camp is beautifully embedded in the rocks that characterize the landscape around and you really get the feeling to sleep in the middle of wild Damaraland. The swimming pool and the sunset bar lie on top of the rocks and offer a nice view. As the place is large and all the campsites lie a bit isolated from each
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Date of stay: August 2018
Flushball wrote a review Sep 2018
Munich, Germany71 contributions14 helpful votes
We stayed in a one of the built in tents and really enjoyed it. We stayed in lodges mostly during our trip and this was our camp like stop and we loved every minute. In the evening they provided us with meat and garlic bread (incl. in tent price), wood was on top (90NAD) and we did our own bbq. It was a perfect feeling. The little hill is very nice and host a kind of natural pool. View from there is stunning and I would recommend you drink a beer up there to round up the positive feeling looking at the sunset!
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Date of stay: August 2018
Duncan W wrote a review Jul 2018
Godalming, United Kingdom84 contributions43 helpful votes
A great campsite to get away from it all, whatever that may mean! Spacious individual pitches around the kopjes, each with its own shower, toilet and kitchen area built into the rocks. Very clean.Hot water generated through a donkey boiler in the morning and evening. Wood for the brai available for purchase from reception. No electricity at the pitch but phones and cameras can be recharged at reception. No internet. No food available.Nice spot for the bar for sundowners or climb one of the other nearby small kopjes for great views of the sunsets. Great view of the stars at night. Friendly, helpful staff. We took part in the rhino tracking excursion, run from Grootberg Lodge which was a great adventure. It is well worth staying here.
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Date of stay: July 2018
harte wrote a review Jul 2018
Durban, South Africa169 contributions51 helpful votes
This is most unusual place to stay. Campsites are very private and set amongst the natural vegetation and rocks. If you climb up the boulders to the view site the sunset is splendid. This is an eco friendly campsite. The hot water is only heated once you start cooking on the fire. The shower and the toilet are set amongst the boulders.
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Date of stay: July 2018
$27 - $118 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
NamibiaKunene RegionKamanjab
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