Ghaub combines ambience of pioneer days with modern comfort. Buildings and palm trees, farm walls, rock pulpit and cemetery recall the mission founded by the Rhenish Missionary Society in 1895.
The 192km² area of Ghaub comprises a nature reserve with game such as white rhino, giraffe and eland, extraordinary rock engravings and a limestone cave as well as a farm with cattle and fields.
- Rhino drive – encounter white rhinos and other game as close as can be and “discover” rock engravings of our ancestors;
- Rhino tracking – accompany the trackers of our “Rhino Patrol” on foot in their search of our white rhinos;
- Cave excursion – Explore the third-largest cave in Namibia (2.5km of channels). A thrilling adventure! Not for claustrophobic guests and fitness is a must.
- Nature trails – The mountain landscape, also home to more than 250 bird species, is a hikers paradise.
Guests can choose between a lodge (12 rooms with a historical flair) and a campsite (three tent pitches with their own shower/WC, lawn, braai (barbecue), sink and power plug).