Kalahari Bush Breaks is located 85 km to the east of Gobabis, bordering the tarred road which links Windhoek and Johannesburg through Botswana. The three-levelled thatched complex and 2 chalets can accommodate up to sixteen people sharing. There are eight bedrooms, two of which are equipped with double beds, and all have En-suite bathrooms. The partly covered lapa can be referred to as the "heart" of the guest house with open fireplace, a kitchen and bar facilities.
At Kalahari Bush Breaks you are surrounded by primordial, enthralling savannas while the ambiance of the guest house itself is both natural and luxurious. You can relax in comfort while taking in a unique and unspoiled landscape - certainly the best of both worlds. The garden is shaded by worm-bark false-thorn trees (Albizia anthelmintica) and overlooks a floodlit waterhole where game and birds flock during the day. Natural building materials were used. The colours and patterns have an African feel and traditional Namibian coziness. You are looked after by a husband and wife team assisted by well trained, friendly staff conversant in various European and African languages.
Kalahari Bush Breaks Campsite: There are ten camping sites, and a waterhole. The camp is conveniently positioned close to the passing Trans-Kgalagadi Highway and an ideal overnight stop for visitors to and from Namibia. Guests can do the 4x4 route whilst staying at the campsites. Please ask the gate attendant for the map. Ablution facilities are modern with a rustic touch, all to make the visitor feel that he is in Africa.