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Camp Aussicht

Restcamp and camping south of Opuwo

Camp Aussicht is a unique restcamp in the Kaokoveld situated south of Opuwo. The camp offers four guest rooms and five campsites. Owner Marius Steiner keeps very personal contact to the guests and offers walks into the old Dioptase mine. To reach the camp, which is a bit off the beaten track, a 4x4 car is recommendable.

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Specifications

Type
Restcamp / Camping
Rooms
4
Campsites
5
Location
In the Kaokoveld, halfway between Opuwo and Sesfontein
Activities
  • Himba and Herero villages
  • Wild life & Mineral mine
  • Damaraland / Kaokoland trek

Rates & Reservations

Type20182019
01.01.18 - 31.12.1801.01.19 - 31.12.19
PP singleN$ 1070N$ 1170
PP sharingN$ 920N$1000
PP campingN$ 140N$ 150
The rates are per person per night DBB

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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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