Canyon Klipspringer Camps
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There are 4 camps. The Klipspringer Base Camp, which consists of several open-plan rooms with sharing ablutions, as well as a barbecue area. The other camps namely Camp Battlesnake, Koelkrans and Horseshoe Camp each have 7 twin bedded cabins and the main cabin which has covered seating area and a small kitchenette, as well as fireplace.
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Klipspringer Base Camp has several open-plan rooms.
Battlesnake Camp, Koelkrans and Horseshoe Camp each offer basic twin-bedded cabins. There is no bedding supplied. Water is supplied to all camps. They have shared ablution facilities.
Feel the magnitude of Earth-time in relation to the fleeting brush of human life on the canyon rim. And take the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hike through its pristine depths on the canyon mule trail, overnighting in specially chosen camps. Away from civilization, the canyon grandeur is yours alone. This unique privilege is offered by the Gondwana Collection, nature and time.
Due heavy rains countrywide since early January 2022, numerous roads and routes might be damaged or even closed. Please follow the updates on Namibia' road conditions for the area you are travelling through and drive with caution.Property Facilities:
Each camp has a main cabin, which has a small equipped kitchenette as well as barbecue facilities.Attractions:
The Fish River begins its journey in the Naukluft Mountains, seeking its lover, the Gariep or Orange River in the south. It flows steadily at first, dropping over two waterfalls before reaching the Löwen River and plunging into the canyon on its serpentine route to the end of the gorge at Ai-Ais.
|Property Type||Camp, Self Catering|
|Check-in||02:00 PM - 03:30 PM|
|Check-out before||10:00 AM|
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This is a spectacular, remote place to stay. If you don't mind basic accommodation, and amenities. 4x4 required to get there, especially from the base camp to the other camps. The staff are very helpful, friendly and went out of their way to guide us to the camp and help us with a serious puncture.
The office in Windhoek is not that in touch. When we asked about the condition of the roads, we received a map and directions. This gave no indication of the need for 4x4 to get there. Had we had a lesser vehicle we would have been in trouble.
While the office told us bedding was provided at Horseshoe camp this turned out to be a crate full of blankets and small cushions. We suggest you take your own bedding if this is not to your liking.
The camp is well laid out and the communal dining / cooking area is charming and rustic. Showers and toilets looking straight out onto the canyon are a delight.
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