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Camping2Go: Embracing the Namibian way of life

Avatar of inke inke - 14. February 2019 - Gondwana Collection

The Camping2Go safari tents are fully equipped. (Photo: Sparkle Studio)

Annelien Robberts

To go, or not to go? With Namib Desert Camping2Go the answer is simple.

Camping2Go is the latest Gondwana product born from the world-wide hype known as glamping. Starting with an introduction price of N$450 per person per night (price valid until 31 October 2019), it is sure to be one of the most affordable ways of camping for those who are not necessarily equipped to camp but still want to experience this Namibian way of life. 

Going back to one’s roots has never been easier than with Camping 2Go. After spending an unforgettable day in the desert with the remarkable sights of Sossusvlei and the Sesriem Canyon, it is time to unwind. Relax around a cosy campfire at night with loved ones while listening to the sounds of nature. Wake up to the most spectacular sunrise setting the fossilised dunes ablaze.

A total of eight permanent tents, only a stone’s throw away from the Namib Desert Lodge, have been set up for travellers’ convenience. The tents located at the foot of the fascinating fossilised dunes are fully equipped, each with four beds and an en-suite bathroom with a shower. With the fully kitted out kitchen that includes a fridge, stove, sink and all the necessary cooking utensils and cutlery on the outside terrace, it is a hassle-free way of being immersed in nature. There is an outside braai, as well as a firepit. 

Campers can make use of the facilities at Namib Desert Lodge, whether treating themselves to breakfast, lunch and dinner at the restaurant or taking a dip in the swimming pool. Another added convenience is partaking in lodge activities to explore the area, ranging from e-biking, hiking to dune drives at sunrise or sunset.

Welcome to the Namibian way of life.

Gondwana intends to roll out the Camping2Go concept, which already exists at Zambezi Mubala Camp, to most of its properties, with Kalahari Anib Lodge being next on the list (opening April 2019).

Photo: Sparkle Studio

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Saara Magano Shikongo

23. May 2019


this is very beautiful, awesome

Olav Fossan

22. February 2019

Please send more info.

Answer: For more info, please have a look here


19. February 2019

This is really awesome.

Does this include breakfast?

Answer: No, there are no meals included in the Camping2Go rate. For more details, please click here


18. February 2019

Does card holders qualify for the card benefits?

Answer: Thank you for your enquiry. Gondwana Card benefits apply for Camping2Go as stated on the Gondwana Card website.



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