Hidden among large grey granite boulders and mopane trees, Hoada Campsite has the trimmings of a serene home in the wilderness.
A well-maintained gravel road leads to the camp, located approximately 75 km west of Kamanjab. Pitch your tent in one of the spacious campsites or book one of our permanent tents.
Each site has ample space for roof tents and is equipped with a kitchen area with braai facilities, a flush toilet and an open-air shower with warm water.
On hot afternoons, take a dip in the pool nestled between the rocks and enjoy a drink on the wooden decks around it.
Hoada Campsite is the perfect stopover for exploring the north-western reaches of Namibia. The area is home to a large variety of flora, wildlife and geological wonders. An unforgettable experience for nature lovers.
Staying with us
Set up your tent in one of the spacious camp sites or move into one of the four comfortable, permanent tents.
Our 8 Campsites:
All six luxury camp sites can easily accommodate eight persons, 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.
After a day exploring the nearby attractions, return to camp where a sparkling splash pool beckons on hot afternoons and drinks can be enjoyed on the natural wooden decks around it.
With our eye on nature conservation, the campsites were carefully designed to minimise the impact on the environment while still providing a comfortable experience.
Camping under the stars is a unique adventure. Sheltered amongst the imposing boulders and indigenous trees shading the tents, nights can be spent around the fire before retiring to bed.
An unforgettable experience for nature lovers, Hoada will transport you away from the rush of modern life.
Hoada Campsite is the perfect stop-over for exploring the North- Western regions of Namibia. The area is home to a large variety of flora, wildlife and geological wonders. Including desert elephant, rhino and lion.
Drive along the Grootberg Pass, only 20 minutes from the campsite, on your way to Grootberg Lodge.
At Twyfelfontein, 2 hours to the south of Hoada, you can visit the site of ancient rock engravings dating back thousands of years and reflect on the geological wonders of the area. Visit Fort Sesfontein (2 hour drive) which was built in 1896 and has recently been reconstructed to accommodate guests.
And with Etosha National Park only 3 hours away, what better place is there to stay?