River Crossing

River Crossing: Information from the owner

All the information on this page is supplied to us directly from the lodge owner and reflects their view, not ours.
For Expert Africa's view, see our own report, which contains our own observations and views.

Type Lodge
No. of rooms 20
Last updated 19-Jun-2015

Main description of River Crossing

River Crossing: Facilities

Property facilities Secure Parking
Room facilities Air Conditioning, En-Suite, Mini Bar, Pure Cotton Linen, Satellite Television, Shower, Tea / Coffee, Television, Verandah
Available services Airport Shuttles, Credit Card, Laundry Service
Activities on site (some activities may be seasonal) Game Drives, Game Viewing, Game Walks, Horse Riding, Walks, Bird Watching, Cultural Tours, General Sightseeing, Health and Fitness Centre, Historical Tours, Museums

Room types at River Crossing

Double Room

Double Room

All chalets have en suite bathrooms with showers, loos and basins. Two of the chalets have been designed with honeymooners in mind and have baths instead of showers of course all rooms have the feather duvets wrapped in 100% cotton...

Twin room

Twin room

All chalets have en suite bathrooms with showers, loos and basins. Two of the chalets have been designed with honeymooners in mind and have baths instead of showers of course all rooms have the feather duvets wrapped in 100% cotton...

Activities at River Crossing

Activities on the Reserve

The game drives morning and afternoon are engaging with superb views, varied flora and abundant game. Nineteen different species roam the reserve, including roan, sable, giraffe and wildebeest, leopard and cheetah are also seen from time to time.
The reserve can also be explored on foot while accompanied by one of our guides or on your own.
Existing roads and game tracks make the going easier on foot. The reserve is very hilly, so a basic level of fitness is required.
Mountain bike enthusiasts are welcome to bring their own bikes to self-explore the terrain and its challenges. Horses are also a very eco-friendly way of exploring the lie of the land... quiet and un-invasive allowing guests to get a lot closer to the game than in a vehicle.
If the bush does not interest you then, there is Windhoek City with its many malls, shops and markets where you can shop till you drop!