Naankuse Lodge & Wildlife Sanctuary
Day guests have the opportunity to take part in our various activities. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on +264 (0)61 307 338 (select option 2 for Activity Centre) to make a booking or for more information.
Our lodge accommodation includes six lavish chalets, each comprising a delightful blend of rich ethnicity and modern extravagance. They simultaneously offer a secluded retreat from the ruggedness of Africa.
All rooms have been designed to offer total privacy and comfort in harmony with their surroundings. Rooms boast large twin beds, air-conditioning, en-suite bathrooms and have their own private veranda with views overlooking the beautiful bush veldt.
Our villas have been individually designed with immaculate attention to detail. This creates a feeling of natural beauty and comfort.
Located close to the main lodge, each villa has its own plot, luxury fitted kitchen, lounge area and veranda with stunning views across the veldt. Guests can enjoy delicious, freshly cooked meals and all of the facilities our lodge offers, including our swimming pool and bar. You can also opt for the lodge to deliver dinner straight to your villa, or why not cook and enjoy your very own braai (barbecue)?
Sustainability is defined as “enduring”, “supporting” or “maintaining”. At the Naankuseê Lodge in Namibia we take sustainability a step further to mean “thrive” alongside “supporting”.
The Naankuse’s Lodge’s main focus is sustainability in Africa. The lodge itself is crafted from ecologically clean material including solid logs and glass to complement Naankuse’s beautiful wilderness setting. We live side-by-side with the local wildlife and guests can enjoy a range of amazing views of animals from their chalets – such as the local red hartebeest, oryx, giraffe, baboons and kudu – not to mention breath-taking sunsets in the evenings.
Our lodge is a not-for-profit eco-tourism destination, where all profits are directed straight back into supporting our charitable projects in a sustainable ecosystem under the N/a’an ku sê Foundation.
To help support the sanctuary, we donate all of our leftover food to be recycled into animal food. This helps cut down on the waste we produce, and reduces our carbon footprint, ensuring a sustainable future for Africa.
Additionally, we work hard to offer job opportunities to the San Bushman, a marginalized community in Namibia. We currently employ 45 San Bushman within the Naankuse Foundation and are proud to offer them a better future in the hospitality industry. Thanks to our efforts, two of our kitchen staff and all three of our guides have completed higher education courses.
How to find us
Directions from Windhoek to Neuras:
Naankuse Lodge and Activity Centre GPS Coordinates:
S 22° 21′ 51.82″
E 17° 22’45.07″
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Landing strip coordinates:
S 22° 22′ 30.38″
E 17° 24′ 01.76″
Pilots flying into Naankuse must file a flight plan before hand as the strip is in controlled airspace and clearance must be obtained from approach 120.5 and Windhoek tower 118.1
Volunteer at Naankuse Wildlife Sanctuary for a once in a lifetime opportunity…
Volunteers play a crucial role in our work in rehabilitating and caring for sick, orphaned and/or conflict animals. Volunteers help us with the daily care and feeding of each animal that calls Naankuse home, as well as helping us to maintain and develop the sanctuary. This is an exceptional opportunity to get hands on with African wildlife.
GPS tracking in the field
Setting camera traps and analyzing the image data
Learning about flora and fauna
Identifying signs and tracks of the local wildlife
Helping with wildlife population census
Exploring the vast and abundant landscapes
Sundowners and star-gazing
Other activities that may arise during your stay.
Wildlife Conservation Volunteer
Human-Carnivore Conflict Research
Carnivore Human Conflict is the clash between Namibia’s carnivores and landowners and is actively mitigated by Naankuse.
Spotted Hyena Project
Monitoring spotted hyena populations at Kanaan and Neuras to study and understand the human-wildlife conflict in Southern Namibia.