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About Namastat Lodge and Caravan Park

Namastat Lodge and Caravan Park offers comfortable accommodation situated just outside of Springbok. It lies in a narrow valley surrounded by the Koperberg Mountains, in the heart of the Namaqualand. It is the last major town before Namibia and it is known as the flower capital.

We offer four Bungalows with double or single beds and 22 Campsites, all sharing the ablution facilities. All the campsites have electricity points and water taps. There is a communal kitchen and a braai area for great entertainment.

The attractive town of Springbok is formed around a central hill, known by locals as Klipkoppie/Stone Hill, that was used by the Boers during the Second Boer War as a fort for its incredible vantage point. Views from here across the valley are beautiful, as are the examples of flowers during spring every year that not only blossom on the little hill but in the surrounding scrubland as well. The hill is also the site of a modest stone church built in 1921, and remains of the walls of the original fort.

  • Response Rate: 88%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 11 hours
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 116
  • Check-in: 1:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 18 Reviews


  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Pet Friendly*
  • Credit Card Facilities
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English
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Reviews for Namastat Lodge and Caravan Park

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Maria Stella Merani
30 August 2018

I loved all the indigenous plants and flowers around the camping and the very clean ablutions block.

Jan Van Zyl
27 August 2018

from camp site to park run at springbok the view with sunrise will remain good memory thank you

Schultz Ben
24 August 2018

Baie teleurgesteld. Geen handdoeke. Geen krag en geen poging aangewend bv kerse om gaste te help ni. Ook ni ingelig dat daar gn krag gaan wees nie. Wel mikrogolf maar geen houers om in mikrogolf te gebruik nie...net s steel.

Lynn Early
19 November 2017

My husband & I spent a night camping at this caravan park, enroute to Cape Town.We were welcomed by a sweet, friendly little ginger cat. He gave me a tour of the campsite! It is beautifully laid out, & ablution block immaculately clean & neat, with really nice showers.

Rene Rietoff
09 July 2017

We enjoyed our stay. Staff was very helpful and friendly. Restaurant food very good and the atmosphere was great. Will be our stop and sleep over next time we visit Namibia.

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Namastat Lodge and Caravan Park is 4km from the centre of Springbok , the nearest airport 352.1km (Keetmanshoop Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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