Kambahoka Rest Camp
Community Campsites - Namibia
The community which operates Kambahoka camp believe in the motto “Our culture is our pride, and we will gladly share it with you"
Why visit Kambahoka?
- Here you will have an opportunity to meet with and experience the traditions & culture of the Tswanas, Hereros and Bushmen
- Admire the massive salt pan which presents itself in the form of an imaginary ocean
What can you experience?
- Cultural campfire performances and story telling
- A visit to nearby traditional homesteads
- Guided walks through the salt pan
- A delicious meal prepared by local women
- Crafts made by local people
- Donkey cart rides.
What facilities are available?
- 7 campsites
- Ablution facilities
- Craft shop
- Picnic table & braai facilities
- Communal kitchen
Nearby attractions include:
- Kalahari Desert
- Traditional villages
How to get there?
- Located at Aminius, about 180 km south east of Gobabis
The only way to get a site is to arrange it on arrival at the campsite.
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