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Natural Selection to open Safari House in Etosha Heights Private Reserve, NamibiaBy *Tamryn Russell, Natural Selection
Natural Selection will open Safari House, a new Namibian farmhouse in the heart of the Etosha Heights Private Reserve, Namibia, on the 15th April 2019. Offering genuine hospitality, this exclusive use property is the perfect base for a family or group of friends to explore the 60,000 hectares of pure wilderness that is Etosha Heights Private Reserve.
Safari House offers unpretentious, traditional Namibian hospitality. The house sleeps up to six guests in three bedrooms and welcomes children of all ages. There is a pool for cooling off after dusty game drives and a water hole in front of the house making the veranda the perfect place to spend a leisurely afternoon, watching what comes down to drink. Meals are home cooked and hearty and a highlight is a traditional Namibian braai (BBQ), cooked in front of the guests and enjoyed sitting out under the stars.
At Natural Selection, the guiding principle is always how we can conserve this eco-system for future generations to come. At Etosha Heights we are proud to have helped the reserve transition from hunting to photographic safaris two years ago. Today, the reserve offers exceptional game viewing and is home to lion, cheetah, eland, hartebeest, springbok as well Namibia’s fascinating desert species such as blackfaced impala, oryx and the elusive Hartmann’s zebra. If there is one animal that is iconic to this region though it is the white rhino and Etosha Heights has a strong population of both white and black rhino.
At Natural Selection, our commitment is conservation before profit and 1.5% of all turnover goes straight back to conservation projects. Funds generated at Etosha Heights go directly to anti-poaching patrols to protect rhino, a conservation battle that is a priority across the continent. For those who need to get online while staying at Safari House, Wifi is available but at a cost, donation to the anti-poaching operation.
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