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Hoada Campsite

Hidden among large grey granite boulders and mopane trees, Hoada Campsite has the trimmings of a serene home in the wilderness.

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.  Rough it out in style at Hoada Campsite as the perfect stop over for travelers on their way to the coast or Windhoek from the Kunene region.

Staying with us

The camp provides eight generously sized campsites, with six suitable for up to eight persons and two designed for larger groups. The smaller campsites can accommodate up to four tents or two vehicles with rooftop tents, while the larger campsites can accommodate up to fourteen guests and feature separate male and female ablution facilities.

Each campsite is equipped with a charming kitchen area that includes a washbasin and running water while the braai area also serves as a geyser, providing hot water for the ablution facilities as you cook your meals. The presence of large granite boulders offers protection from the wind and creates natural partitions between the campsites, adding to the picturesque setting of your stay.

Our four permanent tents are furnished with beds and bedding, bedside tables, a bench, and a private ablution facility located behind each tent. It's the ideal option for a break from setting up your own campsite.

At this haven in the wilderness, you can enjoy a social drink at the bar while savouring the view of the surrounding bushveld, and perhaps taking a dip in the small pool nestled in the rocks, before making your dinner beneath a star-studded sky.


The campsites offer:

  • Accommodation for up to fourteen people in eight different campsites
  • Four permanent tents with added comforts
  • Ample space for tents, either on the ground or rooftop
  • A kitchen area
  • Outdoor shower with warm water
  • Flushing toilet facilities
  • Inviting splash pool nestled among the rocks
  • Friendly staff to assist with camp setup


Immerse yourself in the serene and peaceful ambiance of this enchanting wilderness retreat, where the allure of modern life fades away and the tranquillity of the bushveld takes centre stage. Disconnect from your devices and embrace the soothing sounds and sights of nature as you cook over an open fire or engage in captivating conversations with the staff or fellow travellers, sharing stories and experiences from the bush. It's a true escape from civilisation, allowing you to reconnect with yourself and the natural world around you.

Please be informed that Wi-Fi is not available at this location, and cell reception is limited to non-existent. We encourage you to share this information with your friends and family and embrace the chance to disconnect from technology, immersing yourself in the adventure.

This is an unforgettable experience for nature lovers, as you watch the large variety of birds that inhabit the area or keep your eyes peeled for game.


The vicinity is brimming with activities and attractions, both nearby and in more distant locations. Visitors at the Hoada Campsite are also encouraged to inquire about and reserve activities at Grootberg Lodge on check-in, situated just a short distance away. For further details on the range of experiences available, kindly refer to the website of Grootberg Lodge for more information – www.grootberg.com.    

The region is teeming with wildlife that roams freely, although it is important to note that sightings cannot be guaranteed. However, be sure to remain observant for the desert-adapted elephant, rhino, and lion, which may grace you with their presence. Moreover, the area is inhabited by a diverse array of smaller game and reptiles, including jackals, baboons, and the elusive klipspringers or dassies (rock hyrax). Please be aware that the mischevious baboons in the area might occasionally visit your campsite. We kindly request you to securely pack away your food and belongings whenever you leave to avoid any unexpected encounters with these mischievous creatures.
While you are in the area, a drive along the breath-taking Grootberg Pass is highly recommended. Additionally, a visit to the ancient rock paintings at Twyfelfontein, just two hours to the south is a must-see should you enjoy geology and history. Another notable attraction is Fort Sesfontein, located just two hours away, which was built in 1896 and boasts a fascinating history.
Etosha National Park is approximately three hours west, making this the perfect stopover either to or from the coastal regions. Hobatere Lodge, another accommodation facility situated on the ≠Khoadi-//Hôas Conservancy, is on the western border of Etosha and is often nick-named “Little Etosha” due to its location and large variety of game.
Bookings or information on the area can be arranged through the following email addresses:
Hoada Campsite - [email protected]
Hobatere Lodge - [email protected]
Grootberg Lodge – [email protected]

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