Namibia Wildlife Resorts
Namibia Wildlife Resorts is a state-owned enterprise, mandated to run the tourism facilities within the protected areas of Namibia. Its only shareholder is the Government of the Republic of Namibia; hence, it belongs to the Namibian people. NWR offers something for everyone – whether it is photography, nature, wildlife, landscapes, geology, camping, fishing, birding, history, culture or just the pure exhilaration of finding yourself surrounded by the essence of Africa – NWR is your willing partner and host.
With its perennial river, magnificent indigenous riverine forests, expansive floodplains and reed-lined channels, Popa Falls Resort is the ideal destination from which to explore Bwabwata National Park, comprised of the former Caprivi, Kwando, Buffalo and Mahango core areas.
Onkoshi Resort is a low-impact environmentally friendly accommodation facility on the eastern edge of the Etosha Pan.
Namutoni is located on the eastern side of Etosha National Park. It centres around an old German Fort, overlooking the King Nehale waterhole.
Halali is situated at the base of a dolomite hill, amongst shady mopane trees.
Okaukuejo is located 17 km from the southern entrance of the park. The resort is famous for its floodlit waterhole where visitors can observe at close quarters a spectacle of wildlife congregating and interacting.
Olifantsrus, a historical site in Etosha National Park, situated in the less utilised western section of the park, approximately 60 kilometres from Galton Gate, is the sole camping-only location in the park.
Dolomite Resort is perched atop a dolomite ridge in the western part of Etosha National Park, where animals abound. Built by hand, Dolomite offers panoramic views unique in Etosha.
Terrace Bay is an angler’s paradise offering an exceptional experience inside the famous Skeleton Coast National Park along Namibia’s northwestern coastline.
Torra Bay is a seasonal fishing retreat, situated inside the Skeleton Coast National Park on the Atlantic coast.
In the heart of the arid central Namibia, between Swakopmund and the Etosha National Park, lies Khorixas Camp, a port of call that provides a relaxing environment for travellers weary after a day’s exploration.
The Waterberg Plateau, towering some 200 metres above the surrounding landscape, is one of the most spectacular features of the region.
Gross-Barmen, a short distance out of Okahandja north of Windhoek, has been a popular destination for locals and visitors alike for many years.
Sossus Dune Lodge offers guests an evocative and life-changing experience.
At the entry to Sossusvlei is Sesriem Canyon, where millennia of erosion have incised a narrow gorge about 1 km in length.
The Naukluft section of the Namib-Naukluft National Park was created to serve as a sanctuary for Hartmann’s mountain zebra, which are endemic to Namibia.
Overlooking Hardap Dam, about 260 km south of Windhoek, is Hardap Resort.
Replete with history and romance Duwisib Castle is an ideal stopover for visitors en route to the south of Namibia.
Shark Island is located on the Shark Peninsula in Lüderitz Bay in southwest Namibia. The resort overlooks the bay, town and harbour.
Hobas Lodge is located in the /Ai-/Ais Richtersveld Transfrontier Park, near the Fish River Canyon, one of the largest canyons in the world and the main attraction in southern Namibia.
/Ai-/Ais Hot Springs Spa offers comfortable accommodation in 36 exquisitely appointed double rooms facing either the Fish River or the mountains, all with direct access to the indoor spa pools, and seven self-catering chalets.
The coastline along the Dorob National Park is a very popular attraction for fishing and holiday-makers in general.