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I Dream Africa

I Dream Africa



Keetmanshoop is situated in the Namib Nam and succulent Karoo Desert and is famous for:

  • Former German officer’s barracks converted into tourist accommodation
  • Schutzenhaus Lodge
  • Karakul sculpture to commemorate 100 years of the Karakul industry in Namibia
  • Kaiserliches Postamt 1910 (Imperial post office)
  • Rhenish Mission Church and Museum
  • Naute Dam 3rd largest dam in Namibia
  • Giant’s Playground
  • Quiver tree Forest
  • Quiver tree (Aloe dichotoma)
  • Sociable weaver (Philetarus socius)
  • Burchell’s Zebra (Equus burchellii)
  • Schutzenhaus Lodge

After 98 years of operating as the oldest, German club in Southern Africa, the Schutzenhaus was privatized and renovated into a European style guesthouse. Situated in the quiet Pastorie Street in Keetmanshoop, this guesthouse is ideal for relaxing after a long trip as well as exploring the surroundings and visiting all places of interest, such as the Fish River Canyon, the Giant’s Playground and many more. Upon request, day tours are also organised. Luxury rooms for disabled, self catering and backpacker rooms available.

Lafenis Game Lodge

This haven is situated 5km south of Keetmanshoop en route to South Africa on the B1.

Lafenis Game Lodge is closely situated near all major tourist destinations within Namibia and provides holiday makers and game watchers equal opportunity in discovering the majestics of this beautiful country. Whether you had a long day discovering nooks and creeks within Namibia, you can always end your day next to our swimming pool with the sun setting and dare we say it …. Natural beauty!

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