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Omandumba

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“living museum”(5 reviews)
“camping site”(2 reviews)
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Reviewed 13 December 2017

The campsites sounded lovely on their website and Trip Advisor reviews but sadly ours wasn’t. We confirmed our booking at reception where the pleasant person there told us about the area, how to get to nearby Helmut’s Camping site, where we could go for walks,...More

1  Thank LoonyLoo
Reviewed 23 October 2016

We camped at this location in our 4x4 with roof tent. We got the Cave location which was simply amazing with spectacular scenery. The amount of work the owner has put into creating this location is unbelieavable. Pictures won't do it justice, you have to...More

Thank Dave_M_K
Reviewed 19 October 2016 via mobile

We arrived at lunchtime at the Omamdumba farm in the Erongo krater. For lunch our hostess had prepared a selction of salads, homemade bread and goat cheese, which should be awarded with a gold medal. Close to the farm we visited a Living Museum of...More

1  Thank Louise M
Reviewed 21 August 2016

We totally loved it. We had been staying, alone, in this "wild" place near the San (boshimans). The place is stunning and you can really feel nature... but! it had a fireplace, a water conduct and even a toilet (too funny). DON'T MISS IT!!! P.S.:...More

Thank pandapandoro
Reviewed 27 July 2016

A most welcoming family run farm in fantastic nature! Very nice simple food, comfortable and clean rooms. Super nature experience, our kids loved the dogs on the farm going for walks with them and were allowed on all the other farm activities like brining out...More

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