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Desert Horse Inn

Lodge and camping in Aus

Desert Horse Inn is situated in the Aus Mountains about 2 km west of Aus. It has 24 rooms, a restaurant and a bar as well as a campsite. Several marked hiking trails are being offered, as well as guided scenic drives, desert tours and day trips to Kolmanskop and Lüderitz.

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Specifications

Type
Lodge / Camping
Rooms
24
Campsites
10
Location
3 km west of Aus, 120 km east of Lüderitz
Activities
  • Feral horses of the Namib
  • Lüderitz
  • Kolmanskop
  • Scenic Sunset Drive
  • Desert Tour
  • Hiking Trails

Rates & Reservations

Type20182019
01.01.18 - 31.12.1801.01.19 - 31.12.19
PP singleN$ 1470N$ 1560
PP sharingN$ 1190N$ 1260
The rates are per person per night BB

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It’s our pleasure to book this accommodation for you. You will have no additional costs as we charge the public rates. Please be advised that we are not able to make any campsite bookings. Please refer to our Terms and Conditions.

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