Welcome to the Gondwana Collection!
Inspired by our love for Namibia and preservation of its heritage, Gondwana Collection has for 20 years been making Namibia’s many unique African experiences accessible to visitors from around the world.
Our collection today includes quality accommodation offerings across Namibia’s key tourist destinations. Each providing exceptional value. Each with a different character and story of Namibia to share. Each striving to connect guests with the area’s beauty in its most pristine, authentic, and memorable way.
As visitors enjoy the warm Gondwana experience, they are also contributing directly to Namibia’s development, through Gondwana’s many tourism funded conservation, social and integration efforts.
This is the Gondwana experience: Namibia with heart and soul.
Feel it and understand it as we do, and we know Namibia will not only surprise, delight, and charm you, but will be an unforgettable story that becomes part of you.
Kalahari Anib Lodge, Kalahari Farmhouse, Canyon Lodge, Canyon Village, Canyon Roadhouse, Klein-Aus Vista Desert Horse Inn, Klein-Aus Vista Eagle’s Nest, Namib Desert Lodge, Namib Dune Star Camp, The Desert Grace, Desert Whisper, The Delight Swakopmund, Damara Mopane Lodge, Etosha Safari Camp, Etosha Safari Lodge, Etosha King Nehale Lodge, Hakusembe Riverv Lodge, Namushasha River Lodge, Namushasha River Villa, Zambezi Mubala Lodge, Zambezi Mubala Camp, Chobe River Camp and Camping2Go.
Where we operate
- Bird Watching
- Mobile Safaris
- Safaris - Fixed Camp
- Self-Drive Holidays
- Walking Safaris
- Music tours
- Eco tourism
- Cultural activities
- Honeymoon safaris
Gondwana lodges are run as tight-knit groups with close connections to their surrounding communities. This makes our commitment to social responsibility and community support fundamental to the way our company is run as we have always strived to make a positive difference to our environment and communities. The Gondwana Care Trust currently supports different projects across Namibia. Our efforts include the donation of food, clothing, bedding, educational products for schools and support of important environmental causes, like the Namibia Wild Horses Foundation. Furthermore, Gondwana assists with smaller building projects for school facilities in the vicinity of their lodges, sponsors prizes for award giving ceremonies and welcomes groups of learners free of charge in their lodges. With the establishment of the Trust, we hope to increase public awareness of our projects and to provide a channel for other like-minded people and businesses to get involved and enhance the good we are able to do. If you want to see which institutions or charities we support via our Gondwana Care Trust, please click here. If you want to support us in our work, kindly contact us.
11 November 2021
The new Ondjumba Cultural Village Tour from Etosha King Nehale is accessible to guest staying at the Etosha King Nehale. The 3 hours tour encapsulates interactive rudiments and in-depth knowledge about an Oshiwambo homestead and the Aawambo people.Read More
03 November 2021
Namib Dune Star Camp is situated on the crest of ancient sand dunes overlooking the spectacular landscape of the Namib Desert. Best described as a soft adventure camp, Namib Dune Star Camp offers the thrill of being out in the desert, yet provides luxuries like soft beds and hot showers.Read More
07 September 2021
Recently, the Gondwana Collection Namibia has added a couple of exciting activity offerings to some of the accommodation properties.Read More
17 August 2021
Prepare for absolute relaxation with Gondwana Collection’s brand-new Fly-in Safari Packages Okavango Vista and Dream Zambezi. Offered in collaboration with FlyWestair that introduced flights to Rundu and Katima Mulilo recently, your northern escape is now easier than ever before.Read More
15 August 2021
Since the Namibian government started to roll-out the voluntary Covid-19 Vaccination Programme nationwide, Gondwana’s message has been clear: We are encouraging all colleagues and the Namibian populace as a whole to get the vaccination!Read More
25 May 2021
“Don’t talk to me. I’m counting.” For the first time in the tourism company's history, Gondwana Collection Namibia is offering the public the opportunity to take part in the annual game count in the Gondwana Kalahari Park on 25 and 26 June.Read More
28 April 2021
While the world continues to experience uncertain circumstances, Namibia is perfectly positioned to offer exciting, safe and soulful journeys to those seeking an escape. With our wide-open expanses, Namibia’s true charm lies in the countless outdoor pursuits it offers travellers.Read More
30 March 2021
Who is The Narrative? Our roots stem from the Namibian Tourism Industry, where for more than twenty years, Gondwana Collection Namibia has provided unique African experiences to travellers from around the world.Read More
19 February 2021
Enjoy luggage-free hiking in the Fish River Canyon Experience the Fish River Canyon – up close and carefree, without any gear! Gondwana Collection Namibia offers new hiking tours (3 to 4 nights) in the wilderness area north of the main lookout point.Read More
18 February 2021
The Robert Koch Institute in Germany no longer considers our beautiful Namibia as a high incidence area country
Wonderful news! The Robert Koch Institute in Germany no longer considers our beautiful Namibia as a high incidence area country, it is now rated as an additional risk area.Read More
14 September 2020
Dear partners and friends, we are well-prepared for the return of international guests to Namibia and offer preferential services for a carefree Namibian experience. We at the Gondwana family are so excited to welcome you and your guests once again to our beautiful Namibia. It is of course not business as usual, but Namibia is perfectly positioned to offer a safe, exciting, and soulful journey to all on our planet who are ready to break out into solitude, fresh air, and wide-open spaces.Read More
31 July 2020
Since the reopening of most of its lodges on 2 June, Gondwana Collection Namibia has been delighted to welcome local guests that have felt the need to catch a breath after the lockdown period and make their way to one of the various accommodations across the country. Hopes are high that very soon the establishment is able to welcome international guests again and while the lockdown may have meant no tourists, Gondwana took this time to prepare.Read More
16 June 2020
The newest lodge of Gondwana Collection Namibia, Etosha King Nehale, opened its doors on 10 June 2020. It is located on the northern edge of the legendary Etosha National Park, only one kilometre away from the King Nehale Gate. To the north of the lodge are the communal areas of the regions Oshikoto, Oshana, Ohangwena and Omusati, which have been little developed for tourism until now - a treasure chest of the Oshiwambo culture, in which the Nguni cattle plays an important role.Read More
13 May 2020
“To care for others as you would care for yourself is essential to restore dignity and love in this dark time calling more than ever for care and compassion. Care to shine for others."
Dear friends, sponsors, partners, and colleagues. Thank you to all our partners who continually trust and support our projects. We cannot do it alone and together we can make a small difference in someone’s life.Read More
11 May 2020
Due to the national lockdown as a response measure to the COVID-19 crisis, the opening of Etosha King Nehale, which was originally scheduled to open doors on 1 May has now been postponed to 10 June 2020. Gondwana Collection Namibia’s newest lodge was built on the wide-open Andoni plains just outside King Nehale Gate to the legendary Etosha National Park.Read More
27 August 2019
Located on the Andoni Plains, just one kilometer from Etosha’s northers-most King Nehale gate, Etosha King Nehale Lodge hosts 40 rooms, which pay homage to the rich cultural heritage of the area. The lodge is situated in the King Nehale Conservancy. An easy overnight stop after an exciting day of game-viewing in Etosha, the lodge is that much-needed stop on a journey to the northern reaches.Read More