Tsauchab River Camp

Exclusive Accommodation at Tsauchab River Camp

Warm hospitality and wide-open spaces.

A Unique Namibian Experience

Tsauchab River Camp Guest Lodge holds pride of place on the banks of the Tsauchab River, which flows onward to the Sossusvlei and Sesriem Canyon.

Nestled in the shadow of the Naukluft and Tsaris Mountains, surrounded by Namibia’s enigmatic birds, wildlife, and flora you can spend sunny days and star-spangled nights in quaint Maltahohe accommodation.

Maltahohe Accommodation Options at Tsauchab

There are two accommodation options to choose from, both located close to the sparkling waters and towering fig trees of the Tsauchab river.

River-Facing Chalets

Offering intimate privacy and spectacular views, all with en-suite bathrooms and barbecue facilities, the accommodation options at Tsauchab River Lodge comprise:

  • Two family chalets
  • Four double bed chalets
  • Five twin-bed chalets
  • One single chalet

Campsites at Tsauchab

Six exclusive chalets linger on the banks of the river sheltered by a grove of false ebony trees. Each site boasts a private bathroom with hot water and flush toilets as well as an outdoor tree shower.

The campsites have no electricity allowing you to enjoy an authentic outdoor experience.

Things to do at Tsauchab River Camp

Although there’s a lot to be said for simply watching the world go by in this pristine environment, Tsauchab River Camp offers a host of exciting activities for nature lovers.

Free Activities at Tsauchab River Camp

  • 5 hiking trails
  • 4×4 trail
  • Cycling track

All overnight guests also get to enjoy free Wi-Fi throughout their stay and magnificent sunsets at the end of every day.

If you’d like to experience Maltahohe accommodation at its best, Tsauchab River Camp Guest Farm will exceed your expectations.

Book now and experience Namibia at its best.


Please Note: The details shared herein were correct at the time of publishing. However, with time some of this information may change. We recommend confirming information with suppliers prior to making final travel arrangements. If you do happen to find an issue with any information we’ve shared here, please feel free to contact us so that we can make the relevant changes.


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