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Fort Sesfontein Lodge

Lodge in Sesfontein

Sesfontein Lodge is situated inside a Fort which has been reestablished authentically from the ruines of a historical German Fort built in 1896. The lodge offers 16 double bedrooms and family units, all including bathroom and WC. Several tours can be organized including safaris to the Hoanib, Himba village excursions and rock engraving tours.

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Specifications

Type
Lodge
Rooms
16
Campsites
-
Location
In Sesfontein in the Kaokoveld Area
Activities
  • 4x4 Excursion
  • Ovahimba Excursion
  • Desert Elephants Excursion
  • Rock Paintings Excursion

Rates & Reservations

Type2019
01.01.19 - 31.12.19
PP singleN$ 1820
PP sharingN$ 1450
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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