Guestfarm Niedersachsen, rich in tradition, is situated 160km west of Windhoek below the US-pass on the edge of the Namib Desert. The castle-like Farmhouse sits on a hilltop and offers a breathtaking panoramic view over the wavy savannah landscape comprising of 18.535 hectares of farmland bordered by the distant mountain chains of the Khomas Hochland to the east and the Gamsberg Mountain to the south.
Originally a Karakul sheep farm since 1936, Farm Niedersachsen also hosted the two German geologists Henno Martin and Manfred Korn who, at the outbreak of World War two, fled into the Namib Desert for two and half years where they survived under incredible harsh conditions.
Guestfarm Niedersachsen offers peaceful and adventures holidays in breathtaking beautiful nature, game drives and hiking trails. Especially adventures is the challenging 4 x 4 trail to reach the second shelter build by the two German geologists Henno Martin and Manfred Korn on Farm Niedersachsen.
Five comfortable individually furnished en-suite guest rooms and traditional “ Namibian dishes” are offered to make your stay memorable.
Namibian born Florian Schulze has taken over the management of Guestfarm Niedersachsen since March 2019 and would gladly welcome you as guests on Farm Niedersachsen.
PO Box 7219
|Cell:||+264 81 332 1863||(Florian Schulze)|
|Cell:||+264 81 127 3409||(Klaus Schulze)|
|Cell:||+264 81 129 7316||(Roswitha Schulze)|