Head off to Luderitz, a gem of a destination in Namibia renowned for its wild desert horses, and is famous old diamond mining Ghost Town of Kolmanskop, and stay in the accommodation jewel called Klein Aus Vista Eagle’s Nest. Head off to a place of eerie history now being swamped by moving sand dunes in the huge expanses of the wide open Namib desert, and stay in luxury chalets with endless views, freedom in your hair and soul.
Klein Aus-Vista may be in the middle of nowhere, but it is a valuable find in a breath-taking space near Namibia’s Diamond Restricted Area or Sperrgebiet. It is here that visitors will find solitude, vastness, silence and magnificent sunsets – and maybe individuals will find themselves too. Only 2 km from Aus, place of wild horses, this inn is ideal for exciting outings out into the desert to seek wildlife, unusual plants and vistas to photograph.
Klein Aus Vista’s Eagle Nest is a self-catering getaway with eight individually built rock chalets, created carefully around huge granite boulders and boasting well-equipped kitchenettes for self-catering, fireplaces for chilly desert evenings and private patios. Keep to yourself or drive to nearby sister accommodation, Desert Horse Inn, to dine in their restaurant and meet others on similar quests. Return to dream of peace and wake to magnificent sunrise scenery.
We love this Luderitz accommodation for its family-friendly atmosphere and privacy, its wonderful facilities and the opportunity to be independent or to go out to eat. Enjoy great family fun such as mountain biking, hiking and horse riding. Sweeping vistas of the desert enter the chalets decorated in their radiant hues of yellows and browns, oranges and golds.
Eagles do soar above this amazing accommodation in Namibia, Klein Aus Vista Eagle’s Nest, a simple yet luxury abode for guests who are moving through Namibia on exciting tours of Luderitz, Etosha, Damaraland and the Skeleton Coast.
Travel to Namibia and stay at Klein Aus Vista Eagle’s Nest chalets where three different accommodation options entice visitors to make a stunning base from which to view the famous wild desert horses and the ghost town of Kolmanskop, remarkable sites in the rambling vistas of Luderitz region in Namibia.
Find these simply beautiful rocky mountain chalets in the Gondwana Sperrgebiet Rand Park where your main tours will be to find Wild Horses of the Namib and the diamond ghost town of Kolmanskop. Klein Aus-Vista Eagles Nest is a gem in the middle of nowhere, but in such a jaw-dropping landscape that you are bound to find tranquillity, huge silences and incredible sunsets too.
Choose a double bed chalet sleeping three people in an open plan rock venue with shower, kitchen, stocked minibar, lounge with fireplace and amazing patio with BBQ facilities. The four-bed chalet has two queen beds and two single beds and is open sided to invite the desert spaces and golden sunrises inside your gorgeous rock abode. You may never want to leave!
Drive a little way to eat at the Desert Horse Inn restaurant and find company to chat to or grill some meat on the open BBQ with its forever views. This is an out of the ordinary accommodation venue, attractive, comfortable and ideal for families exploring the heart of Namibia. Mountain biking trails, hiking, photography and many drives will fill your days. It’s only an hour from Luderitz so head there to see more in a quaint Namibian town with a very good harbour, on the wild west coast.
Founded in 1883, it started off as a trading post and has barely changed at all, hence its appeal. Fishing and Guano harvesting were the main industries here until diamonds were discovered in 1909 – and suddenly Luderitz grew. It’s a port that developed near Shark Island and is today best known for its colonial architecture, including some Art Nouveau work, and for its awesome wildlife including seals, penguins, flamingos and ostriches.
Chat to Voyage2Africa about your Namibia tour to Luderitz and beyond and we can help you organise a package for your family holiday in Africa!
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