Agama River Camp began as a campsite but has recently expanded to include comfortable rustic bungalows. The bungalows have the option of sleeping on the roof under the Namibian sky where guests can watch the colours change on the Naukluft Mountains when the sun bids farewell to another stunning day.
The camp is situated around a dry riverbed on the valley floor, with the Naukluft Mountains to the east looming proudly above everything. Despite being so remote, the camp is able to provide all the comforts of home and a surprising range of facilities for relaxation when not exploring the surrounding area. Not least amongst these is the stunning swimming pool and a very practical shelter from the sun, while the main building houses the cosy bar, an excellent restaurant and a large viewing deck.
The opportunities for exploration will overcome most guests who may find themselves hiking or driving in the nearby mountains or visiting the all-consuming Sossusvlei dunes and Deadvlei not far away.
- Swimming Pool
Important InformationChildren rates only apply to children sharing with parents, children sharing will sleep on stretchers in parent's room. All children occupying a separate room will be charged the adult rate for a single or double room.
Children at the Campsite are charged 50% of the adult price.
We require a 50% deposit payment to secure your reservation while the remainder is due 30 days prior to arrival.
Reviews for Agama River Camp2 guest reviews Reviews of
Agama has a great setting with lovely sunset and sunrise views from your own rooftop deck. They even give you an option to sleep outside under the stars. Which is all wonderful! But, the place is very sterile - my husbands comment was it lacks a woman's touch. For example a nice pool but no sun loungers or even chairs to sit on around it. The sleeping bags given to sleep outside couldn't zip closed. Marco was on duty at dinner and was friendly and chatty while the lady on duty in the morning was short with everyone and behaved as though she was doing us all a favour. Which left us leaving with a sour feeling of the whole experience.
Perfect. Staff, camp zone, the sunset on on the terrace.
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