Feel the pulse of the city from the heart of the bushveld at River Crossing. We are 3 km from Windhoek on the Airport Road, on a pristine...
Feel the pulse of the city from the heart of the bushveld at River Crossing. We are 3 km from Windhoek on the Airport Road, on a pristine 6500-hectare game reserve. Rediscover the nuances of a bygone era of farm life that offers the discerning traveller all the modern amenities.
The main lodge building comprises a dining room, a centrally situated bar, a lounge, a wellness room, a curio corner and a conference room seating up to 65 delegates. Nestled outside, between the lounge and dining area, is the pool which is great for swimming lengths as it is quite long. The elevated wooden deck offers a fairytale view of Windhoek. The wellness centre, run by Claire Liebenberg, offers tired and aching limbs a soothing way to rehabilitate.
The lodge and the rooms have been designed to emulate old German farmhouses. The 20 guest Chalets consist of 14 twin Chalets and six double Chalets, all with en-suite bathrooms with showers, toilets and basins. Two of the Chalets have been designed with honeymooners in mind, offering baths instead of showers. All rooms have the feather duvets wrapped in 100% cotton, the environmentally friendly guest amenities and the unparalleled service and hospitality expected of a top-quality resort. Six Chalets offer views of Windhoek and 14 Chalets face east offering superb sunrise views of the Moltkeblick Mountain.
Besides our accommodation, we also offer a host of activities including game drives, horse riding, guided or self-guided walks and mountain biking. We have a selection of function venues and would love to host your 60th birthday bash, your 25th wedding anniversary or any other occasion you can think of. The game drives during the morning and afternoon are engaging; the views are superb; the flora varied and the game abundant. There are 19 different species of game roaming the reserve including roan, sable, giraffe and wildebeest. Leopard and cheetah are also seen from time to time.