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Zelda Guest and Game Farm

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Gobabis, Namibia
+264 62 560 427
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A good stop over at the border

Camping, very average basic but clean rooms and friendly staff. You have to book for dinner, but... read more

Reviewed 18 January 2018
europeholidays
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South Africa
Very nice place and great service

This was our first stop on our Namibia/Botswana motorcycle tour. The folks at Zelda Guest and Game... read more

Reviewed 24 November 2016
Michael G
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Vancouver, Canada
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18 Jan 2018
“A good stop over at the border”
24 Nov 2016
“Very nice place and great service”
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Gobabis, Namibia
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+264 62 560 427
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Reviewed 18 January 2018

Camping, very average basic but clean rooms and friendly staff. You have to book for dinner, but breakfast is included in the rooms, Ablutions at camping old, but clean. The are lepards and Emu in an enclosure, as well as a goat and pigs

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Reviewed 24 November 2016

This was our first stop on our Namibia/Botswana motorcycle tour. The folks at Zelda Guest and Game farm were great as were the grounds and rooms. The food was fabulous. Also, the walk with the Bushmen was fun and interesting.

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Reviewed 27 October 2016

We stopped over at Zelda's on our way from Gauteng. We were traveling by road to explore the infamous Van Zyls pass, with a expedition from Conquoror and Mitsubishi. After traveling 10 hours we welcomed the ice cold Jagermeister at the bar. The beer was...More

1  Thank Pieter F
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Reviewed 16 February 2016

Nice staff showing us around. Rooms require some rennovation in the long term. We enjoyed dinner after a long drive.

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Reviewed 31 December 2015

We have been regulars at Zelda over the past 10 years, but our most recent visit will definitely be our last We were a group of 18, we arrived at 20h00 requesting chalets and dinner, by the time we had completed the check-in they advised...More

1  Thank TLC_4play
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Reviewed 17 September 2015

Zelda has very old decor and hard beds, but if you're very weary and tired from travelling the road, its ok. We did enjoy the home-cooked boerekos tho.

1  Thank Judge J
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Reviewed 19 August 2015

Our group of 16 booked one night and dinner at Zeldas on our way back to SA via Buitenpos. A little jewel hidden in the bush. Albeit the buildings and decor date back to the 60's it was still refreshing overnight stop. The dinner was...More

1  Thank LukaGeertsema
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Reviewed 20 August 2014

Stayed here 1 night in July. It is a working farm. Lots of animals, including a resident cheetah. Room very clean but nothing fancy. Furnishings dated. Looked like we were staying at our grandparents house. Ate supper here as well and it was well presented...More

2  Thank gotthetravelbug1969
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