Travel reviews by Mrs S from Surrey
Total number of trips
Lodges stayed in
Namibia between 1 Apr 2017 and 24 Apr 2017
Once at the accommodation, in general, we found assistance with activities poor & some activities were just provision of a driver. We would have been happy to pay for such activities if they took us to places we couldnt get to on our own and offered more educational/informative elements.
However, we loved the country - the scenery was absolutely amazing - so varied and so devoid of people & we saw loads of birds and animals - BRILLIANT !!"
These travellers spent the majority of their trip staying in accommodations best suited to self drivers. For the most part properties are convenient locations for those wishing to explore Namibia on their own terms - usually in relatively close proximity to one of the countries main highlights. As a result although most do offer activities, this isn't always their prime focus and hence perhaps some standards were not as high as this traveller expected.
Arranged By Tom Morris
"OK start to our trip"
Okonjima Bush Camp
"Good location in middle of park"
We continue to use and recommend Halali due to its unique location to travellers who accept that the rooms, service and food here are usually less impressive than the location.
"Great waterhole chalet"
"Am der Mole apartment actually"
"Shame about the road"
Sossus Dune Lodge
"Good for short visit"
Namtib Desert Lodge
"A farm without animals !"
"Reasonably close to the Canyon"
Kalahari Anib Lodge