Community Campsites - Namibia
This relaxing campsite is run by a local community - procedes from your stay go directly to the community allowing you to make an immediate difference to the lives of rural Namibians.
Why visit Kaumbangere Campsite?
- Here you will have an opportunity to meet with and experience the tradition & culture of the Ovaherero people.
- We are ideally located as a gateway to Tsumkwe, Otjiwarongo and the north east through the Trans Caprivi Highway.
What can you experience?
- Visits to historic places
- Traditional performances by the Ovaherero people e.g. holy fire, cow milking, etc
- A tour to nearby villages to observe day to day lives of the local people
- Tours to wedding ceremonies and funeral where applicable
- A visit to San people
- Services of a trained guide.
What facilities are available?
- Campsite with ablution facilities and a braai area - breakfast on request
- Neat & stylish bungalows with ablution facilities - bed & breakfast
- Restaurant and bar facilities
- Lunch and dinner on request
- Traditional meals can be served on request.
Nearby attractions include:
How to get there?
- From Windhoek, take the B6 road (towards Gobabis) for about 90 km, turn left into C29, drive for around 100km untill you get reach the C22, drive for about 5 km and enter motor gate. The campsite is on your left.
The only way to get a site is to arrange it on arrival at the campsite.
Community Tourism | Namibia
The Arnhem Caves are the largest in Namibia, this simple rest camp allows guests to explore these caves
Built from locally made red Kalahari clay bricks this is a wonderful lodge. Expect good food, stunning Kalahari sunsets and a warm welcome
An ideal stop over in the Kalahari en-route between Botswana and central Namibia
Hans and Claudia run an excellent guest farm - activities include game drives, learning about (and eating) local sheep, the art centre and carpet weaving. We think this is one of the best guest farms in Namibia
Offers a variety of accommodation styles from guest houses to a tented camp.