Community Campsites - Namibia
The recently refurbished Marble Campsite is situated in the Orupembe Conservancy in Kaokoland, northwestern Namibia. This is a remote area which can only be accessed in a 4x4 and visitors are requested to bring their own provisions.
Why Marble Campsite?
- Privately-screened sites with food preparation areas, sinks, and braai area
What can you experience?
Himba tours available with local Himba guides.
What facilities are available?
- privately-screened sites with food preparation areas, sinks, and braai areas; a stone-built reception area, and a large ablution block with separate male and female showers and flush toilets. Solar hot water provided. Deep freeze facilities available.
How do I get there?
- North of Sesfontein and approximately 23km's south of Opuwo turn onto the D3707 towards Orupembe. This is only recommended for 4x4 vehicles
The only way to get a site is to arrange it on arrival at the campsite.
Community Tourism | Namibia
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