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The Daan Viljoen lodge is situated inside the Daan Viljoen Natural Willdlife Park approximately 20 kilometres from Windhoek on the C28 road. The lodge offer nineteen unique African “kraal” inspired chalets with a choice of BBQ facilities at each chalets or scrumptious meals at the Boma restaurant overlooking a large swimming pool. The lodge further offers conference facilities, meeting venues, wedding facilities, walking trails and game drives inside the Park.
Daan Viljoen Lodge offers seven luxury self-catering campsites, each with their own private toilets, showers, kitchenette and built-in BBQ, and twelve standard campsites with communal toilets and shower facilities. Campers have full access to the Boma restaurant, swimming pool and walking trails, or can book a game drive at the lodge.
ACCESSIBLE WITH 2X4 SEDAN VEHICLE
Daan Viljoen Park is a mountainous area, mostly covered in grass land and small trees and shrubs. The mountains of Daan Viljoen make way for multiple dams which run through the mountain valley and provide ample water for the wildlife in the area.
INFORMATION FOR BIRDERS
Daan Viljoen Game Park is near Windhoek, The capital of Namibia. The park is fantastic for game viewing and is in the hill area of the Khomas Hochland and is mainly Acacia scrub with grassland that turns green during the rainy season and yellow during the dry season. The park has many walking paths, and tourists are free to explore on foot. The reserve features several interesting Kalahari bird species, and many others. The rooms of the lodge are on the banks of the Daan Viljoen dam, giving bird watchers the chance to enjoy multiple different bird species right outside their chalet windows. At Daan Viljoen, you won't need to wait long before coming upon a beautiful scene or rare find. A mere 45minute drive from Daan Viljoen is the Avis Dam where you will be spoilt with waders, warblers and few other special species.
Martial Eagle, Red-billed Francolin, Augur Buzzard, Purple Roller, Rüppell's Korhaan, Monteiro's Hornbill, Sabota Lark, Ashy Tit, Short-toed Rock-Thrush, Great Rufous Sparrow, Red-billed Buffalo-Weaver, Red-headed Finch, Freckled Nightjar, Namaqua Sandgrouse, Burchell's Sandgrouse