Embraced by the beautiful bushveld and exquisite Namibian sunsets, Kifaru offers an atmosphere of seclusion. The resort stands proudly upon the beautifully weathered landscape. Rejuvenate your mind, body and soul, lit by the stars and the moon.
We have our own little paradise with more than 60 species of mammals and +- 319 bird species that might be seen on the reserve. After viewing Namibia's diverse game and bird species and one of Namibia's most endangered mammals on an open vehicle game drive, enjoy a sundowner overlooking a one in a million sunset and traditional dining and hospitality and settle in for the night, surrounded by the safely-distant sounds of the Namibian bushveld.
Early mornings will reward you with a spectacular sunrise and steaming cup of coffee while you energize for your morning game drive or tracking walk. If you feel like just relaxing, hang around the camp and do some birding or relax by the swimming pool.
Two luxury tents, with private decks, indoor and outdoor showers.
Four premier tents, with ensuite bathrooms and a deck overlooking the breathtaking landscape.
Bush Camp with 12 cosy rooms, double & twin, with ensuite bathroom with shower.
In Room Facilities:
Luxury Tented Lodge Facilities
Our premier suites are air-conditioned with an en-suite bathroom overlooking the bushveld, each with their own indoor and outdoor shower, toilet & free-standing bathtub, as well as mosquito nets, hairdryer, safe, mini-bar, coffee station and bathroom amenities and a private deck to relax and take in mother nature.
Our luxury rooms are all air-conditioned with en-suite bathrooms consisting of a shower and a separate toilet. Each room has a small deck, safe, mini bar, coffee station and shower amenities.
Our rooms are all nestled between Namibia's fauna and flora.
Outjo is a small town situated in the Kunene Province of Namibia. It is located in the Northern parts of the country and has a total population of approximately 7 000 residents. The name Outjo means “small hills” and is derived from the surrounding topography. This town is well-known because it serves as the gateway to the Etosha National Park.
The town was founded in 1897 by Germans and initially served as their military base. Outjo is located near the Gamkarab Caves known for its many formations, but the caves are unfortunately not open to the public. Outjo can be used as a base when exploring places like the Etosha Wildlife Park, the Skeleton Coast, Koakoveld and Damaraland in the North of Namibia. Outjo is less than an hour's drive (only 94km Southwest) from the popular tourist attraction, the Etosha Wildlife Park in Northern Namibia.
We have an on-site restaurant and bar where you can relax and take a swim in our infinity pool which has a spectacular view of the reserve.
Wifi access on-site and a snug little curio shop.
We offer a variety of activities and can be booked at reception upon check-in.
The town museum in Outjo has displays of local history and a variety of animal horns, skins and bones, minerals and gemstones. The museum is also home to an exciting Craft Shop that teaches local woman the art of fabric painting and other skills. Gamkarab cave is 50km North-East of Outjo. There are a few stalagmites and stalactites and an underground lake. Travelling westwards en-route to Khorixas and 95 km West of Outjo, is the Ugab Vingerklip (finger of rock) situated amongst the rugged Ugab Terraces. If you stay on the tarred road, you will miss this. About 35 m high, this distinctive monolith has been moulded into its unique shape by erosion. Rock paintings - 95 km West of Outjo. Can be viewed at Omburo Ost, a neighbouring farm to the Rockfinger site. Etosha National Park - 94km North of Outjo it is one of Southern Africa's most beautiful and most important Game Reserves. The Petrified forest - 140km West of Outjo. The turn-off to the site of the Petrified Forest is 42 kilometres west from Khorixas on the C39 road. The site was declared a national monument in 1950. It is now strictly prohibited to remove or damage even small pieces of petrified wood after it suffered damaging attacks of souvenir hunters. The trees are about 250 million years old and were deposited in the area by the flood which came down from areas further north, suggested by the fact that trunks do not have any branches or roots.