Ghaub Guest Farm is nestled in the Otavi Mountains, and was built as a mission station in 1895. In 1999 Ghaub was transformed into a guest farm, ensuring modern comforts and retaining the historical character. Guests can read the story of the first farm manager, the history of the country and the mission station.
Activities include a walk to the old cemetery, farm drives with good opportunities for game-viewing, a guided tour to explore the cave or just relaxing at the pool and enjoying the magnificent view of the surroundings.
In the peaceful early mornings and late afternoons, guests can view game at a nearby waterhole. Guests will enjoy the historical ambience of the 10 spacious, modern and tastefully decorated En-suite rooms.
Ghaub Campsite features generously spaced pitches nestled amidst the forested incline of a petite mountain, providing an excellent vantage point overlooking the Ghaub valley within the heart of the Otavi Mountains.