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About Klein-Aus Vista: Eagle's Nest Lodge

Solitude, vastness, silence and magnificent sunsets – this is the ambience of Eagle’s Nest Lodge, a 15-minute drive from the reception.

Each of the eight chalets has been built from natural rock around a huge granite boulder and is equipped with a private bathroom, kitchenette, fireplace and its own veranda. Meals are served at the Desert Horse Inn restaurant. For self-catering guests there is mountain house ‘Geisterschlucht’ (‘Gorge of Ghosts’) 6 km from the reception): two dormitories with 12 beds each, bathroom, lounge, kitchenette and barbecue area. A camping site with ten individual sites is located 1.5 km from the reception.

Family friendly: We offer great family fun such as mountain biking, hiking, as well as horse riding.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: an hour
  • Type: Lodge
  • Sleeps: 17
  • Check-in: 1:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 8 Reviews


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  • Double Bed Chalet Double Bed Chalet Sleeps 3 Includes: B & B Rooms / Units: 3 This open plan chalet has 1x double bed and 1 x single bed, en-suite bathroom with shower. Lounge equipped with kitchen... see more
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      • 2 Bed Chalet 2 Bed Chalet Sleeps 2 Includes: B & B Rooms / Units: 2 This open plan chalet has 2x 3/4 beds en-suite bathroom with shower. Lounge equipped with kitchen, stocked mini bar,... see more
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          • 4 Bed Chalet 4 Bed Chalet Sleeps 4 Includes: B & B This open plan chalet has 2 x 3/4 beds and 2 x single beds en-suite bathroom with shower. Lounge equipped with kitchen,... see more
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              Reviews for Klein-Aus Vista: Eagle's Nest Lodge

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              Lara Noel, South Africa
              30 May 2016

              Wonderful off the beaten tract accommodation, fully kitted out. Would stay here again in preference to anywhere else in the vicinity.

              Carlo Giese, Denmark
              25 June 2014

              Take the morning hike, which goes up the mountain behind the house. Lovely surrounding, good service, clean, and a warm showers.Many people loved the place as we could read in the guestbook, but it is not first choice for individualistic tourists I would say.Plenty of activities possible (hiking, biking, etc.)

              Mario Beer, South Africa
              01 August 2013

              This was by far the best place we stayed in our recent visit to Namibia!Excellent service and the quality of the facilities are just top class.Well done and keep this up. We should have stayed longer, but next time I will remember.

              Peet Venter, South Africa
              26 March 2013

              The campsite are beautifully marked/fence under a camelthorn trees. Being one of the expensive campsite comparing to the other campsite in Namibia we did expected power and ablution with hot water.. But the Solar powered system at the ablution facilities does not supply enough power for all to use. - Personnaly I think the price we paid for this campsite is way to much.

              Tanya Wiesner, Germany
              19 December 2012

              A remote and special place. Try the braai package that you grill at your on fireplace.Rather wanna have breakfast at the great buffet; great food. The breakfast platter was tiny.Great people, great place, great vacation. Thank you all.

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              Klein-Aus Vista: Eagle's Nest Lodge is 6.8km from the centre of Aus , the nearest airport 207.6km (Keetmanshoop Airport).
              *Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling