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Mesosaurus Fossil Camp

Camp east of Keetmanshoop

The Mesosaurus Fossil Camp is a guestfarm and campsite in the south of Namibia. The farm hosts its own unspoilt Quivertree and offers the famous "Mesosaurus Fossil Tour" which is personally guided by Giel or Hendrik Steenkamp.

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Specifications

Type
Camp
Rooms
4 Chalets
Campsites
6
Location
40 km east of Keetmanshoop
Activities
  • Fossil Tour
  • Quivertree Forest
  • Hiking Trail (guided & unguided)
  • Utility Vehicle Trail (unguided)

Rates & Reservations

Closed: 01.12. - 28.02. anually, as well as Saturdays and Sundays

Type20202021
01.11.19 - 31.10.2001.11.20 - 31.10.21
PP singleN$ 390N$ 390
PP sharingN$ 360N$ 360
PP campingN$ 140N$ 140
The rates are per person per night

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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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