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We arrived at the reception (area currently under construction) and have not received any kind of warm welcome. We asked for any possible tours or other things we could do in the afternoon and have not received an answer or recommendation at all.
This was probably our favourite of all the campsites we stayed at on our Namibia trip. The pitch had it's own outdoor shower and toilet which was quite a novelty! We loved the set up of the braii area, sink etc too... like a mini...More
Stayed in this place for 2 nights too long. There is not a swimming pool but only a wade pool or dog pool which was disgustingly filthy. This place is definitely for those who want to experience life in the wild. If you looking for...More
The website has clearly been photo shopped. The pool is not a swimming pool at all it's more like a dog pool. No chance an elephant would even come near that pool if there was any around never mind the fact there is a big...More
An unusual place. Large stones. Tent is the best thing in this place. Dinner by the fire. The sky in big stars. I liked the manager of this camp. He was always ready to help.
With pleasure I will return to this place.
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US$ 105 - US$ 121 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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It is not advisable to go off road searching for the Ellies, but you might be lucky enough to see them near the road. Madisa runs whole day trips to track and hopefully find them, about R1200 per person - everything... More
It is not advisable to go off road searching for the Ellies, but you might be lucky enough to see them near the road. Madisa runs whole day trips to track and hopefully find them, about R1200 per person - everything included, game viewing vehicle, Guide, lunch, drinks and so on. Stunning place - definitely on my wish list to go back very soon!
It's a super place, we stayed there in August, but at the campsite, not in one of the tents. There's a very laidback bar and pool in the 'main area', although when we were there the pool didn't have water as the elephants... More
It's a super place, we stayed there in August, but at the campsite, not in one of the tents. There's a very laidback bar and pool in the 'main area', although when we were there the pool didn't have water as the elephants had been around and had had a go at the water pipes :)
You should do the morning climb on the rocks, I didn't (I was too cold!) but my husband did and he said it was super. There were baboons on the rocks having a bit of a morning squabble, so watch out for them.
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"Tent 2 has an amazing view of the sunrise over the rocks from your bed."