The Desert Homestead and Horse Trails

Address: Three kilometres northwest of the C19 and D854 roads junction, approx. 32km southeast of Sesriem, Namib-Naukluft Park, 9000, Namibia | 3 star lodge
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This 3 star lodge is located on Three kilometres northwest of the C19 and D854 roads junction, approx. 32km southeast of Sesriem, Namib-Naukluft Park.
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Travel Blogs from Namib-Naukluft Park

Camping At The Gas Station

A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Sep 24, 2014

2 comments, 60 photos

... in the National Park was full (perhaps the Wounded Zebra didn't meet the dress code they were trying to establish for this trailer park??). Fortunately as we were gassing up nearby we spotted some sites in behind the service station. First we get kicked out of a hotel parking lot in South Africa and now we're camping in the back lot of a gas station in Namibia- DH is not seeing this as the magic carpet ride she was promised. On the bright side, easy access to gas ...

From Vioolsdrif to Sesriem

A travel blog entry by happylands10 on Jun 01, 2014


... We got through the border with no hassle. They asked us how much wine we had - you only allowed 2 liters pp. so we said that's all we had- never mind the Amarulas, Cape Velvet Cream, gins and Johnny Walker Black Label - thanks Michelle!!!! Dad has tried rationing it out but no go!!! The guys got stuck in!!! We were told by a guy we met to take a ceWell guys, we have eventually got internet! So glad about that! Namibia is just lovely. It is so vast ...

Namibia - Namib-Naukluft National Park

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Dec 22, 2013

37 photos

... example of the old German school. He was very structured and formal. Besides that, he seemed to be quite impersonal. At least this was my first impression of him. The son appeared to be more relaxed but we didn't have a chance to talk to him during our first visit in their office. He was born in Namibia and proudly presented himself as a Namibian. Luckily everything went smoothly with car delivery and Gonzalo came to pick me up at 12.00.

It was actually three of us making a ...

Naukluft Mountains

A travel blog entry by theateam2013 on Jul 18, 2013

Second full day at Naukluft enjoying the mountains and wildlife. Might try the 17km Waterkloof trail to see kudu, zebra, oryx and baboons on foot.

Today we did our 17km trek which as rewarding but super tiring. Apart from a few blisters and scrapes, we made it through unharmed (despite Tom and Oli's best efforts to fall off rocks). We found ...

Racing the Sun

A travel blog entry by rachelniewiada on May 31, 2013


I'm about to nod off while writing this and it's barely six o'clock here! We awoke at quarter to five this morning, much to our dislike, to pack up camp and greet the African sun. We drove for about 15 min before reaching Sossusvlei's Dune 45 in the Namib Desert. Before the light crept over, we climbed. And it wasn't leisurely. We booked it. It was a race against time. A race against the sun. Not only was it at an incline, but it ...