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Canon Lodge – Fish River Canyon,Gondwana Canyon Park
The Canon Lodge consists of 30 units/bungalows each having natural rock walls, thatch roofs and full en-suite facilities.
This design was incorporated with the idea to combine rustic natural elements in order to offer a most comfortable stay.
Canon Roadhouse – Fish River Canyon,Gondwana Canyon Park
The a-la-carte restaurant is open all day and makes dining here an intimate and cosy experience. Great care is taken to provide guests with delicious food and personalised service, while a large terrace allows for alfresco dining during those long southern summer-nights.
The en-suite bathrooms are a statement of elegant simplicity, while the private balconies glow with the warmth of wooden deck chairs and tables, affording unrestricted sea views and an aura of complete respite.
Two of the bedrooms have been linked with a door to create a family suite when needed.
A large glass frontage, fire-burnt clay tiles, comfy chairs, the sheen of polished wood, the flickering warmth of fireplaces conspire to impart a classic simplicity to the lounge and dining areas. A fine a la carte menu is served to small groups, while a larger assembly is able to savour a sumptuous buffet.
Desert and Wilderness 18 days/ 17 nights
Guests on this Fly-In Safari will be treated to the highlights of a classical Namibian Safari, including the Namib Naukluft Park and Sossusvlei, the southern Skeleton Coast, Namibia’s premier coastal holiday town, Swakopmund, and the Etosha National Park. Proceed to Johannesburg for a brief overnight to continue to the South-Luangwa Valley and the Lower Zambezi
11 day/ 10 night Dust of Africa</p>
<p>Guests on this Fly-In Safari will be treated to the highlights of a classical Namibian Safari, including the Namib Naukluft Park and Sossusvlei, the southern Skeleton Coast, Namibia’s premier coastal holiday town, Swakopmund, and the Etosha National Park. To finish off there is a four night wildlife experience in Botswana’s famed Okavango Delta.</p>
It is a glittering oasis in the rugged landscapes of northern Namibia that offers relaxation, conferencing and a rare opportunity to come face-to-face with forgotten Africa.
The word ‘eha’ describes a piece of jewellery worn by the Himba, but it also means ‘home’.
The lodge has 21 rooms of which one is a family unit and the rest twin rooms. All rooms have en suite bathrooms, air conditioning, tea and coffee facilities and television
The first leg of the journey takes you from Windhoek across the magnificent Mountain range towards the far south of Namibia. From a birds-eye view enjoy the Hardap Dam, the extinct Brukkaros Volcano and the vast intriguing plains of the south. Our destination is the magnificent Fish River Canyon which took millions of years to evolve and lies at the lower reaches of Namibia’s longest river, the Fish River.