Rhino population receives new member

Rhino population receives new member

Great excitement at Waterberg Wilderness due to the arrival of a very special guest, not for the lodge or the campsite, but for the nature reserve: a white rhinoceros cow. And if the recent blood tests do not deceive, she’s not alone… Caption: After the...
In the footsteps of the ancestors

In the footsteps of the ancestors

At the beginning of April, Ghaub welcomed an extraordinary personage who is personally linked to this place: former anti-apartheid activist Horst Kleinschmidt. In fact, there were two links. The first one was a photo he brought along, the second one was a gravestone...
Aircraft disaster at Ondekaremba 50 years ago

Aircraft disaster at Ondekaremba 50 years ago

The International Airport near Windhoek had been in operation for just four years when it experienced its first and so far only major plane crash. Exactly 50 years ago, in April 1968, a brand new Boeing 707-344C of South African Airways mysteriously crashed 50 seconds...
Hot on a predator’s trail

Hot on a predator’s trail

Leopard? Cheetah? African Wild Dog? Aardwolf? Dog? The answers of our Facebook fans to the question which animal left the tracks to be seen on the photo were quite higgledy-piggledy. Only two of the 21 fans were completely right with their bet… More in the news...
African fruit trees recorded at Ghaub

African fruit trees recorded at Ghaub

Almost every one of our guests knows that Amarula is a popular cream liqueur made from the fruit of the local Marula tree. However, nobody suspects that hundreds of marula trees grow on Ghaub. Even we were amazed how many trees were counted here for a study. More in...