Approximately 2.5 hours northwest of Windhoek (22 ° 02'13.4 "S 16 ° 15'16.9" E) lies our little paradise Okondura ("fat pasture") - the fourth generation of the Liedtke family managed hunting & guest and cattle farm. Once you have left the last paved road (direction Swakopmund), there are another 20 km on unpaved roads to the farm in the heart of a 20,000 ha large, extremely diverse and varied landscape. In addition to mountains and thorn bush, Okondura also surprises with a game-rich open savannah landscape, as one imagines when one hears the magic word "Africa".
The special thing about Okondura: One gets the impression that almost all landscape forms are united in one place. Once you've been here, you really want to come back to let yourself be inspired by the unique fascination of Namibia - and Okonduras. If all that is not enough, we have another 60,000 ha of concessions available. Information about the farm and accommodation.
Namibia is one of the most fascinating countries in the world and a top destination. Among other things, Namibia is world famous for the Namib Desert, with the highest dunes in the world and the Etosha National Park, a unique nature reserve worldwide.
The official name Namibia is "Republic of Namibia". Namibia has been an independent country since 1990, a pre-seminal republic with a democratic constitution. Namibia adheres to democratic principles such as freedom of the press, opinion and religion. The motto of Namibia is "unity, freedom, justice". The country has an area of 824 268 km² and a population of only about 2.1 million. Namibia is one of the most sparsely populated countries in the world.
The capital of Namibia is Windhoek and has about 350,000 inhabitants. Part of it lives in informal settlements on the outskirts of the city. More information can be found here.
The oldest desert and the highest dunes in the world. The Namib is about eighty million years old and has the highest sand dunes in the world. Because of its diverse wildlife, it is sometimes called "the living desert".
The rarest plant: The living fossil, the Welwitschia mirabilis, occurs only in the Namib and is considered one of the oldest plants of the world known to humankind.