Aabadi Mountain Camp camp site in West Central Region - Namibia - Namibia

Aabadi Mountain Camp

Contact Info

Contact PersonMeke Imbili
Telephone Number+264 (0)61 402-785
Cellphone Number+264 (0)60 801-9002
Fax Number+264 (0)88 622-522
Email addressaabadi.mountaincamp@gmail.com
LanguageEnglish, Afrikaans & German (office only)
Office Hours08:00 - 17:00


Camping AllowedCaravans & tents
Caravan AllowedYes
Caravan RequirementsStandard caravan
Ground CoverGravel
People per Site2 - 10
ShadeMost have shade
Sites Available4
Tents AllowedYes


Cellphone receptionYes
Credit Cards welcomeNo
Dogs AllowedNo
Wheelchair FriendlyNo

Directions and Road Condition

Access RoadTar & gravel road
Closest TownWilhelmstal
Directions to campsiteFrom Windhoek, drive northwards on the B1 to Okahandja. Then turn westwards onto the B2 direction Swakopmund. After driving app. 64 km you find the 4 way crossing, where the road goes to Otjimbingwe on the left. Turn right, keep right, cross the railway crossing till you reach the gate written Aabadi Bush Camp. Drive app. 2km to the camp. Total 130km on tar road.
Distance to Town2 km
GPS CampsiteS 21.902150 E 16.336530
Trailer RequiredStandard trailer


ShowersHot shower
ToiletsFlush toilet


HikingDay hikes
Other ActivitiesBush walks with the San living on the camp. Guests can learn about the San culture as well as buy craft made by the San.

Comments, Rules and Notes

CommentsAabadi Bush Camp offers accommodation in african thatched huts with open air en suite facilities, walking/bush trials with San (Bushman) trackers. Our guests are given this experience and the opportunity to learn about this ancient culture. It is an experience not to be missed by any guest wanting to learn and/or witness first-hand edible foods in nature, tracking, traditional fire making, craft making and much more. Not only is this a rare and unique opportunity for a cultural interchange, but being in nature on foot has a different feel and experience to being in a car. We also have camp sites available.
Additional CommentsBush camp on a farm
Special rulesNo loud music or drumming allowed, but music can be played without disturbing others
OtherEn suite huts with open air bathrooms