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The white sand Kalahari is a very arid part of Namibia with little water resources. Our boreholes are between 120 and 150m deep below the surface of the earth. Guests are requested to use it sparingly as for the whole of Namibia.
NO CAMPING GUESTS ARE ALLOWED AT THE LODGE WITHOUT PRIOR ARRANGEMENT AND CONSENT FROM THE LODGE MANAGEMENT. NO ACCESS IS ALLOWED FROM 12H00 TILL 16H00.
The swimming pool is for exclusive use of Lodge residents only.
The Kalahari Desert is a vast sand veld region which extends over central and western Botswana into eastern Namibia and the Northern Cape. Although generally described as a desert, the typical Kalahari landscape is surprisingly well vegetated.
Ronnie and Elsabe’ Barnard, Trustees of Kalahari Bush Breaks Trust, regard themselves extremely privileged to be given the opportunity to work with the rhythms of nature and exploring their dreams with the natural beauty of Africa as their palette.
In spring its undulating sandy plains become a flowering wilderness; after midsummer rains they become covered in tall green grass and leafy trees, such as shepherd’s trees (Boscia Albitrunca), Camelthorn (Acacia Erioloba), yellow wood (Terminalia Sericea) and a vast variety of shrubs.