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Want to acclimatise first before commencing your Namibian adventure?
Why not do so while enjoying a 360-degree view of the Kapps Mountains, Seeis River and valleys, sipping an ice-cold beer, and munching away on a fresh springbok steak?
Situated midway between Windhoek and the Hosea Kutako International Airport, Trans Kalahari Inn is a great accommodation solution for arriving and departing visitors to Namibia, early or late in the day.
You will have the option of laying your head down in one of the en-suite bedrooms, or at a campsite under a camel-thorn tree. Long-term vehicle storage is offered at the Inn, and management will be glad to arrange functions for you. Meet manager Will Bouwers – who is also the branch manager for Bobo Campers in Namibia – and find out more about the popularity of camper hire, the Bobo fleet having just reached the nineties milestone in Namibia and South Africa.
This news snippet first appeared in the Travel News Namibia Autumn 2013 print edition and was compiled by journalist Marita van Rooyen.