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I Dream Africa

I Dream Africa



Mariental forms part of the Kalahari Desert and is famous for :

  • Hardap dam – 25km2 in extent when full
  • Popular resort for water sports
  • Artesian water
  • Sheep farming
  • Goliath heron, fairy flycatcher
  • Sweet thorn (Acacia karoo)
  • Duiker (Sylvicapra grimmia)

Gras Game Lodge

You will find the Gras Game Lodge about 230km south of Windhoek, the capital of Namibia. Game can be seen in abundance, it freely roams the savannah and bush land. The beautiful main house was built in 1906 by the well-known Mr Woermann, and is now restored to its former glory, with modern facilities added. All guest rooms have en-suite bathrooms. A sundowner on the airy veranda or in the bar, lets you re-live the events and impressions of the day before. Dinner is served in the stylish dining room.

The Fish River, its banks are definitely something to see and experience. This area is historically very interesting. There are numerous remnants from the times of the first settlers, dating back to the early 20th century.

River Chalets

Situated next to the B1 Main Road in Mariental, we offer 7 luxury air-conditioned chalets, featuring 3, 5 and 7 bed units with DSTV, private braai facilities, shaded parking and 12 hour security. Chalets are spacious and fully equipped for self-catering, with breakfast facilities and its own ablution facilities as well as overnight rooms. The ideal stopover for families, hunters, fishermen and businessmen alike. Reasonable prices and dedicated and friendly staff are our greatest assets on our conveniently located and child friendly property.


Auob Country Lodge

Auob Country Lodge is the ideal stop-over if you are on tour in Southern Namibia.  Situated on the banks of the dry Auob river, this gem in the Kalahari offers 25 en-suite double rooms, a restaurant, a lapa, a TV room and a lounge with fireplace for chilly winter evenings, as well as a swimming pool for the hot summer days.

In an area of 8000 ha around the lodge, various antilope, giraffe, smaller mammals and many bird species can be seen.

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