Place Category: Accommodation
Hoada Campsite is hidden among large grey granite boulders and Mopani trees, in the Khoadi /Hoas conservancy 25km east of Grootberg Lodge or 75km on the C40 west from Kamanjab in Namibia.
Hoada (pronounced Waada – meaning “everybody”) offers travellers a serene home in the wilderness. Hoada Campsite is under the same management as the Grootberg Lodge – a historic initiative funded by the EU and wholly owned by the people of the conservancy.
There are currently three exclusive campsites, each of which can accommodate eight people, with ample designated areas for four tents or vehicles with roof-top tents. The Group campsite can take up to 14 guests and have male & female ablution facilities.
Each Hoada Community Campsite boasts its own kitchen facilities with running water and braai facilities with abundant space for setting up camp. As part of the mission of the conservancy, careful thought and emphasis have been placed on minimising the impact to the environment (for example, the hot water shower and kitchen tap system works in combination with the braai area, and has been designed to minimise the unnecessary use of wood).
The friendly community staff will help to set up your tents and/or gazebos and ill even assist you to start your fire.
Visitors are welcome to participate in activities offered by the nearby Grootberg Lodge but, will have to reach the lodge with own vehicle. Besides game drives, activities include rhino tracking, elephant tracking, and Himba Village excursions. Other attractions in the area include excursions to the Grootberg plateau, hiking trails, the Grootberg Pass, Fort Sesfontein, the Etosha National Park and the Twyfelfontein rock engravings.
For a Virtual Tour of Hoada Campsite visit www.grootberg.com/hoada-campsite
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