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We had one night here. Two nights could be justified for the walks. On day one we did approximately half of the Waterkloof trail. This was a beautiful walk with fresh water pools you can swim in. Watch out for the crabs and frogs! The...More
We had just done a few days of hard driving out of the Caprivi and lots of wild camping (no facilities, no ablutions etc) and on a whim at Rehoboth decided to go to the mountain zebra park. I am glad we did! Besides being...More
Normally Naukluft is associated with Sossusvlei but there is so much more - this NWR camp is stunning. Recently renovated with excellent facilities and even better ablutions. It's a small but must book camp on your travels. We did some walking in the mountains around...More
We were here mid June and there were only 2-3 other parties around. At the reception is permanent staff from NWR and the national park. So no need to by your permit before coming here. The bar is open as well. No real take away...More
One of the best nwr campsites, recently renovated, excellent facilities and toilets on the campsite. Best camping spots are down by the stream.
Two very nice day walks from the campsite, however add at least an hour on to their time estimates, especially if you're...More
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the trail we walked on had one large quiver tree as a landmark on the 6-7 hour " waterkloof trail ". This tree is about 20-30 mins into the walk but its all alone. I am afraid I don't have any knowledge of a quiver tree... More
the trail we walked on had one large quiver tree as a landmark on the 6-7 hour " waterkloof trail ". This tree is about 20-30 mins into the walk but its all alone. I am afraid I don't have any knowledge of a quiver tree forest here. You can definitely go in for the day.