Gondwana Canyon Park
The Nama Karoo - yellow flowers of quiver trees against the blue sky at the second largest canyon on earth. The quiver tree is a typical stem succulent of the Nama Karoo and several clusters of them can be found on the vast plains of Gondwana Canyon Park. With an area of 1,260 km² and the first piece of land acquired in 1995, this park is the largest and oldest nature reserve of the Gondwana Collection.
By now it is seen as ‘Little Etosha’: nowhere else in southern Namibia are animals found in similar numbers and diversity: species which once used to roam the area are finally back again - like springbok, oryx antelope, hartebeest, blue wildebeest, ostrich, plains and mountain zebra, kudu and klipspringer.
Explore Gondwana Canyon Park on a hiking trip or a scenic drive. And visit our Canyon Information Centre at the Canyon Roadhouse.
Canyon Mule Trekking
Take in the harsh beauty of the Fish River Canyon as close as can be, without lugging your heavy gear along... Mule Trails Namibia offers hiking tours (4 to 5 days) in the canyon area north of the main lookout point. more
Guest Information & How to find us
Details about all lodges, campsites and activities, with rates and maps, for printing (valid as from 1 December 2012 until 31 December 2013 as well as from 1 January 2014 until 31 December 2014):