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Wake up to your own Namibian sunrise...

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With 200,000 acres of wilderness on your doorstep, it’s never been easier to discover the true silence and beauty of Namibia.

Our Bungalows

Thoughtfully isolated from one another, Sandfontein’s five thatched bungalows are private, indulgent and simply oozing with Namibian charm.


Each has been built using locally sourced materials to help protect the environment, and from the wide-open terraces to the lavish floor-to-ceiling windows, every aspect has been designed to help you soak up the sheer size and beauty of the Sandfontein game reserve.

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Relax in Luxury

All of the bungalows at Sandfontein face east, so each morning you can enjoy energizing views of the sun rising up from behind the hills.


The airy bathrooms go beyond the usual standards of luxury, providing space for you to kick back and pamper yourself in total serenity. Healing, eco-friendly luxury products make freshening up a heady delight, and there are always luxuriously soft towels to dry off with.


For the ultimate upgrade, choose Sandfontein’s one-of-a-kind suite, which has a beautiful burnished bathtub overlooking the yawning Sandfontein Valley.

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Chéri Mulder, Manager

Sandfontein Lodge & Nature Reserve

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Explore & Indulge

After a romantic lunch by the pool, the choice is simple: set out to discover the reserve’s incredible plants and creatures, or spend an indulgent hour or two in the cosy main lodge building, where mountain views flood into the soulful bar area.

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Our Partners


N/a’an ku sê Lodge & Wildlife Sanctuary

plays a vital role in rescuing and releasing threatened cats in Namibia to help reduce human-wildlife conflict. To help protect and conserve large wild carnivores, we started a research program tracking cheetahs and leopards on Namibia.


The Namibia Tourism Board

is the Namibia Government agency responsible for bringing together both the private and public sector in implementing the national policy on tourism. The NTB was established in 2001.


Namibia's Ministry of Environment and Tourism is a government department whose purpose is to preserve natural environment and support tourism within the country.

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