Namibia Collection is proud to introduce the luxury Driefontein Safari Lodge.
Damaraland, North West Namibia, boasts some of the most dramatic landscape you will find in the country with wild desert mountains, a petrified forest, prehistoric art drawings and oasis-like valleys. Wildlife abounds with free-roaming endangered black rhino and desert-adapted lion and elephants.
The Torra Conservancy is home to the Riemvasmaker community of Namibia. A people originally from South Africa that were forcefully relocated to Damaraland in the 1970s.
The Riemvasmakers, as the farmers were known, was a name taken from the place where they lived in the northwestern Cape, South Africa. The forced removals were carried out by the South African Government to conform with racial policies that decreed where people may live.
Situated in the heart of this desolate landscape, within the Torra Conservancy you will find the luxurious Driefontein Safari Lodge. Situated on a rocky outcrop adjacent to a riverbed and with beautiful panoramic views of the valley and the starkness of the Damaraland landscape.
Game can be viewed from the terrace of your chalet or via professional trackers who follow the desert rhino and elephant in the valley adjacent to the Lodge.
Relax in our Lodge, with chalets offering everything that you would expect from superior hotel accommodation. The carefully positioned lounge, pool deck bar is there for the guest to enjoy the beauty of the Lodge surroundings. The restaurant provides a different Namibian culinary experience for guests, complimented be the very best in Southern African wines.
Driefontein Safari Lodge is located on the C39 road between Torra Bay and Khorixas , providing a convenient stopover for the traveller between Walvis Bay and Swakopmund and the famous Etosha National Park, in Northern Namibia.
Opening early 2020, Driefontein Safari Lodge, will include 30 Chalets, lounge, restaurant, bar and swimming pool. Lodge activities include the tracking of the desert Lion, black rhino and elephant.