The Hoada campsite is located 75 km from the town of Kamanjab in Namibia’s Damaraland region and offers travellers a serene setting in which to break the patterns of daily living. A stay at Hoada camp offers a fantastic opportunity to encounter Namibia’s unique desert adapted elephants, with its longer legs and smaller tusks, which are known to frequent this area. Having been completely redesigned by a well-known Namibian builder, who specializes in lodge design, the campsite now boasts a splash pool amongst other amenities. The three private campsites are hidden among large granite boulders & Mopani trees, and each site has a private bathroom including a shower and flush toilet promising a blissful stay in the Namibian wilderness. Eco friendly innovation such as the braai (barbeque) area being linked to the hot water system means that while cooking your dinner on an open fire you are simultaneously heating your shower water.
The name of the campsite, Hoada, means “everybody”. This embodies the spirit of the entire conservancy, benefiting the community, the environment and tired, dusty travellers alike.
Each campsite has ample designated areas for four tents or vehicles with roof top tents and can accommodate up to 8 people per site. Each campsite has its own outside hot shower and flush toilet facilities. Friendly staff will assist travellers to set up camp and starting your fire.
- Well stocked bar at main area
- Braai area at each site
- Kitchen facilities
- Ablution facilities
- Running water
- Small rock pool
- Nearby Grootberg Lodge offers:
- Rhino tracking
- Elephant tracking
- Himba village excursions
- Nature drives