Community Campsites - Namibia
This camp is situated at the base of the extinct volcano Bruckaros in southern Namibia.
Why visit Bruckaros?
- The Bruckaros Mountain towers over the plains of southern Namibia like a sentinel - the views are astounding
What can you experience?
- Enjoy a short or long walk on the slopes of this volcanic crater (guided walks on request)
- Experience the vastness of southern Namibia
What facilities are available?
On the slopes of the mountain (4x4 required)
- Three individual campsites with shade, wind break & fireplace
- Toilet & bush shower
- Picnic site wind break & shade
- Services of local guides
- Please bring your own water (available in Berseba - 12km)
At the foot of the mountain
- Camping area (suitable for all vehicles)
- 2x2 cars for the bottom
- 4x4 cars for the top camp
- Basic facilities to be developed in 2001
- Please bring own water (available in Berseba - 12km)
Nearby attractions include:
- Quiver Tree Forest (1 hr 30 min)
Where is it?
- Adjacent to the Bruckaros mountain approximately 80 km north-north west of Keetmanshoop.
How do I get there?
- On the main B1 road between Windhoek and Keetmanshoop turn onto the D 3901 gravel road (at Tses) to Berseba. After about 30 km a signpost saying 'Brukkaros' directs you to the right. From there it is another 8 km to the campsite.
The only way to get a site is to arrange it on arrival at the campsite.
Community Tourism | Namibia
80km west of Keetmanshoop, named after the large lime ovens found on the farms. Boasts the largest collection of lithops in Namibia
A popular establishment in the southern Namibian town of Keetmanshoop
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