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About Canyon Village

Quiver trees, Nama culture, rugged landscape and an impressive sweeping rock formation characterise Canyon Village. Stone-and-thatch chalets are positioned in a horse-shoe design around a celebration of young quiver trees and the sprawling thatched central area, bedecked with bougainvillea, serving as restaurant, bar, lounge and reception. A cart drawn by a team of mules waits outside, conveying luggage to the chalets in a flurry of activity and laughter. 'Take a walk on the South's side' is a suitable motto for this Fish River Canyon lodge. The history of southern Namibia is depicted in murals on the restaurant's wall and a colourful and lively rendition of life in the golden time of the missions graces the wall in the reception area. An ox-wagon with hundreds of years of history ingrained in its wood stands in the buffet area and a well-preserved horse cart has been placed amongst the boulders in the cosy bar. Take a moment to honour the ancient Nama deity, Haitsi Aibeb, at the front entrance and to request a blessing for the journey ahead. Staff members take pride in wearing their traditional patchwork dress and headdresses here, bringing in the spirit of the south and the Nama people, one of the first peoples of southern Africa. The honey-coloured people have a knack for story-telling and have lovingly woven song and dance into their traditions. Their smile stretches far and wide.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 22 hours
  • Type: Bed and Breakfast
  • Sleeps: 24
  • Check-in: 1:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 14 Reviews

Languages Spoken

  • English

Important Information

Children under 5 years: free bed and breakfast.
Children between 6 and 13 years: 50% of our rack rate including VAT.
Children 14 years and older: full bed and breakfast price.
Dinner can be arranged at an additional charge as from N$300.00 per person.

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Reviews for Canyon Village

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Tessa Dreyer
08 September 2017

Maybe a gholf cart to assist the donkey cart and people that can not walk that far.Nice place.

Marc Cicero
18 June 2017

Amazing and more. to be see

Philip Peyton, South Africa
21 November 2016

This resort is in urgent need of new management. Although most staff were friendly and polite, some were quite inhospitable and all seemed to lack training. The food was pretty mediocre.The toilet in my chalet was blocked, which really detracted from what should have been a comfortable stay in a wonderful location.

Lize Du Plessis, South Africa
25 May 2015

Die ontvangs by Canyon Village is ongelooflik - die personeel was vriendelik, behulpsaam en het alles gedoen om ons welkom te laat voel.

Elizabeth dos Santos, South Africa
06 January 2015

5 stars in everything. Excellent. Thank you

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Canyon Village Map

Canyon Village is 87.9km from the centre of Fish River Canyon Park , the nearest airport 129.2km (Keetmanshoop Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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Fish River Canyon Hiking Trail

(58.1 km from Fish River Canyon Park)

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Aussenkehr Nature Park Trails

(91.8 km from Fish River Canyon Park)

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