Below are a few of the establishments that we provide marketing services to.
Bahnhof Hotel, Orange House and Aloe Rock House
The Bahnhof Hotel was initially built in 1906. After extensive renovations in 2005 this Jewel of the Spergebiet has imperturbably grown in size and rating alike. The overall atmosphere and the personal touch within the realm of this establishment are setting it off from many other players in this field.
The small town of Aus has an astonishing rich history dating back to German colonial times. This charming village was once the hub of many Oxen-wagon transporters and traders.
Remains of the POW (prisoners of war) camp can still be seen today followed by many stories of hardship, bravery, diamond rushes and the coming of the railway. The hotel serves a large variety of outstanding cuisine, cakes and beverages throughout the day. Day tours to historical sites and the Huib Park reveal some of the most gripping and breathtakingly beautiful landscapes on our planet.
Orange House and Aloe Rock House Both units are situated in the small town of Aus and form part of the accommodation complement of the hotel.
Bastion Farmyard
Bastion Farmyard offers five very well- equipped en-suite rooms. Each room has its own private entrance and veranda to the spacious garden, which is ideal for children. Adjacent to the guesthouse are four en-suite camp sites. The guesthouse can accommodate up to 16 guests and 24 guests at the camp site.
Bastion is owner managed with a generous scoop of personal hosting and a touch of special care for their guests.
Guests are provided with old-fashioned quality and a wholesome family experience. We cater for happy locals and travelers; we’d love to do the same for you.
Our facilities set us apart, and we know they'll make your stay with us even more enjoyable.
Betta Camp - Namib Desert
Betta Camp is situated on the C27 and D826 roads that cross the beautiful south-western outback of the Namibia Desert.
Except for the Filling Station and Kiosk, Betta also offer travelers well-appointed accommodation.
Six natural stone self-catering en-suite chalets comprising of either twin or double sleeping arrangement.
Two of the chalets are family friendly, one with four beds and a second chalet with a double and 4 single beds. Each chalet has its own shaded veranda, ‘braai-area’ and exquisite sunset views over the Namib desert.
Boutique Guesthouse Mariental
Boutique Guesthouse Mariental is a new Luxurious guesthouse, in the center of Mariental.
A warm stay awaits you at this Boutique guesthouse. We are adjacent to the B1 highway, which is in walking distance from the Engen fueling station and Wimpy restaurant. Boutique Guesthouse Mariental has been designed to meet the needs of the business or leisure traveler seeking peace and quiet, traditional comfort, warm hospitality, and attention to detail.
Wholesome breakfasts are served on the patio in the comfort of your room. Coffee and tea are available throughout the day, in a beautiful garden setting.
Camp Aussicht
Camp Aussicht is situated on top of a hill overlooking Kaokoland. This small but very intimate establishment is far from any modern civilization. Only when you sit back in your camp chair, you realize how privileged you are to be part of the moment. Here it is all about the wilderness, solitude and inner peace. Forget Cellphone and Internet connectivity, uninterrupted tranquility and endless views of rugged mountains set the stage.
Camp Aussicht is rustic, constructed out of natural rock sourced from the area. Each of the chalets are surprisingly comfortable without frills but, offer the necessary luxuries one would not expect in such a remote location. Water is a scarce commodity; every drop is precious. When it rains, water is carefully collected in tanks and sparingly used in the everyday running of the camp and hosting of guests. Guests are so amazed with how little water one can shower and still feel clean. If you are environmentally conscious, you will gain new perspective of how effective water can be utilized as a natural resource. Camp Aussicht is one of the most environmentally sustainable camps in Namibia.
Moon Mountain Lodge
Moon Mountain Lodge is an ultra-luxury tented lodge ideally located at the foot of the Naukluft Mountains.
Large, airy rooms offer all the comforts of a luxury hotel suite with infinite views from your bed or private splash pool. The lodge is situated 56km from Sesriem — the gateway to Sossusvlei, home to the world’s highest dunes and close to the quaint little village of Solitaire.
Moon Mountain Lodge offers 17 accommodation units each with a private plunge pool. Rooms offer spectacular views of the adjacent mountain ranges or desert landscape. In addition, each unit is individually decorated.
The Executive Suites feature detached private bathrooms. Bathrooms include separate deep soaking bathtubs and handled showers with rainfall shower heads. The double sinks allow for ample space, while as an added convenience, bathrobes are provided.
Platz am Meer
Waterfront Complex Unit B5 is self-catering unit right next to the new Platz Am Meer Mall in Swakopmund. The double story Unit consists of 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living and braai area with an open plan kitchen, Double garage with remote access, patio and garden, both with a 180-degree view of the Atlantic Ocean. Whether a family holiday or just a weekend breakaway, Waterfront B5’s unmatched location will promise an unforgettable stay. With Platz Am Meer Mall a mere hundred meters away, and the water’s edge right at your feet, staying in Swakopmund doesn’t come more idyllic.
Rainbow River Lodge
Rainbow River Lodge is a tranquil stop over en-route to the Victoria Falls and the Okavango Delta. Kavango- Zambezi Region falls within the tropic climate zone and receive the highest rainfall in Namibia. The area is rich in bird life of which as many as 339 bird species has been recorded. Surrounded by the Buffalo and Mahango Parks, where four of the big five can be found (African Elephant, Cape Buffalo, African Leopard). The Okavango River is home to Hippos and Crocodiles. Popa Falls is less than 1 kilometer from Rainbow River Lodge, this is where the Kavango River breaks through a four-meter-high rocky intrusion, surrounded by beautiful forests.
River Crossing Lodge
River Crossing is 3km from Windhoek on the airport road being only 5 minutes from the heart of Windhoek and is located on a pristine 6 500 hectare game reserve. The main lodge building comprises a dining room, a centrally situated bar, a lounge with fireplace, and curio corner.
Nestled outside between the lounge and dining area is the lap pool and elevated wooden deck that stretches out under the sun.
At centre stage in full view of the main deck stand the Moltkeblick Mountain in contrast with the blanket of flickering city lights beyond the hills that surround Windhoek.
Guests are welcome to enjoy the spectacular view while dining outside or enjoying cocktails any time of the day. The Lodge together with its rooms have been designed to emulate old German farm houses each with a small “stoep”and “afdakkie” overlooking the natural surroundings. 
River Crossing is also the perfect venue for conferences and functions. The conference room can seat up to 65 delegates and the lodge is geared to cater for almost any kind of event or function including birthday bashes, weddings, wedding anniversaries and many more.
Solitaire Desert Farm
Namibia's most popular experiences include visiting the famous red dunes of Sossusvlei, Sesriem Canyon, the Naukluft Mountains and Spreetshoogte Pass.
Solitaire Desert Farm is the perfect location from which to explore the Namib-Naukluft area and all its attractions.
Part of the 45,000 acre Solitaire Land Trust, which is dedicated to preserving pre-Namib grassland habitat and resident wild animals, award-winning Solitaire Desert Farm is a relaxing Guest Farm experience in its own private oasis at the base of the Rand Mountains.
Solitaire has a variety of endemic species including Oryx, Kudu, Springbok, Mountain Zebra and Bat-eared Fox. Many may be spotted while out on an excursion or self-guided hike.
The original farmhouse, one of the first in this remote area, has been lovingly restored, and over time more rooms added to accommodate demand. Each spacious room has an en-suite shower, toilet and private deck. There are also three convenient campsites for the more adventurous traveler.
Solitaire Lodge
Solitaire, a historic settlement at the edge of the Namib-Naukluft National Park, has been a welcome stop for travelers for over 60 years.
Solitaire sits at the center of the 45,000 acre Solitaire Land Trust, dedicated to preserving the grassland, pro-Namib habitat and the wild animals that reside here.
Land Trust holdings reach from the base of the Great African Escarpment to the Namib, widely considered the oldest desert in the world.
Solitaire is the perfect base for day trips to explore Namibia’s Sossusvlei dunes, Namib-Naukluft Park or Kuiseb Canyon, and a unique stay-over between Sessriem and Swakopmund.
The Solitaire grasslands are rich in free-roaming wildlife including oryx, mountain zebra, springbok, kudu, cheetah, leopard, brown and spotted hyena, aardwolf, and much more.
Solitaire Lodge, wrapped around a courtyard pool, shaded by thatch and camel thorn trees, offers spacious en-suite rooms with air conditioning, private patios, and free wifi. Cafe Van der Lee serves delicious lunches and fresh nightly meals to lodge guests and visitors.
Shop in the nostalgic General Dealer and Curio, and don’t miss McGregor’s Bakery for the world-famous apple pie, home baked bread, pastries, gelato and espresso.
Stoneys Country Hotel
Stoney's Country Hotel is known for its warm and personalized Kalahari hospitality. They have 14 comfortable rooms in a pleasant garden surrounding. Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park and Mata Mata border post is 182 kilometers from Gochas.
Tsumkwe Lodge
TUCSIN (The University Centre for Studies in Namibia) bought Tsumkwe Lodge in 2014 from the Namibia Country Lodges Group.
The TUCSIN TSUMKWE Hospitality and Training Centre is now a multi-functional centre promoting inter alia, education and training. At the same time it operates as any other lodge in Namibia catering for local and international visitors to the area.
Accommodation complemented by personal hosting and cultural excursions to Ju/’hoansi villages form part of the day to day function of this Hospitality and Training facility. In close proximity to the Nyae Nyae Pans and Khaudom National Park, Tsumkwe is still a wilderness paradise, off the beaten track!

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