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Harnas Wildlife Foundation

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Gobabis, Namibia
+264 61 235 511
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Camping Visit to Harnas

Harnas was our first stop on our camping trip in July (winter) with our 4 young kids. The... read more

Reviewed 14 October 2017
Margie J
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Windhoek, Namibia
A "must see" if in this part of Namibia

Great experience being close to a great variety of animals. If possible, get both morning and... read more

Reviewed 21 March 2017
Odd Kristian P
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Kristiansand, Norway
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Wildlife sanctuary offering eco-tourism.
  • Excellent61%
  • Very good19%
  • Average7%
  • Poor8%
  • Terrible5%
Travellers talk about
“lions roar” (2 reviews)
“camping trip” (2 reviews)
“one night” (2 reviews)
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Gobabis, Namibia
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+264 61 235 511
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Reviewed 14 October 2017

Harnas was our first stop on our camping trip in July (winter) with our 4 young kids. The campsites are spacious and clean. The lion feed was approx. 2.5 hour long where various predators are fed. A lot of interesting information was shared. Even with...More

Thank Margie J
Reviewed 21 March 2017

Great experience being close to a great variety of animals. If possible, get both morning and afternoon tours as they offer a very different contact with the animals. Great staff

Thank Odd Kristian P
Reviewed 13 March 2017

We were expecting so much out of Harnas, with it being depicted as a great wildlife sanctuary. In reality, it is nothing but a zoo! All the animals you see are in cages, where they have spent many years for the most part. The staff...More

2  Thank 545alexandrineg
Reviewed 5 February 2017

Loved this place. Rooms were adequate. Food not as good as I hoped, but staff were very friendly and prepared what they could to please us. Walking back to our room one day, which is a 6 minute walk from the compound, I came across...More

Thank Draganna
Reviewed 31 December 2016

This is the second time we went camping at Harnas. Both times were for one night just before Christmas. The camp sites are clean and spacious, each with its own shower and basin. There is a communal shower and toilet as well. Very clean. You...More

Thank Celmari D
Reviewed 18 August 2016

We loved our camping trip to Harnas in December 2015. Staff was friendly and welcoming. New Years Dinner was excellent.

Thank Carola R
Reviewed 6 May 2016

Its a very nice place to interact with animals and treat them nice. You can go for morning and afternoon feeding tour. You can prepare the food for the animals and go for a bushwalk.

1  Thank Stefan P
Reviewed 15 January 2016

Did their first official Web site, and visited there to take pics and get a feel for the place. Founder has since passed away, but now run by his daughter and her husband. Their commitment to conservation and taking care of injured animals is admirable...More

1  Thank HermanusR
Reviewed 24 November 2015

To visit 1 or 2 days it is ok but not longer. In the last time to many visitors stay there. The Animals looks to fat and bored. It is more a sanctuary then a place for helping Animals to go back to the Wildlife....More

1  Thank Joana M
Reviewed 7 September 2015

We had two lodges for one night. The accommodation was excellent, the bar staff so friendly and the tour guide for our morning feeding trip was brilliant. Only a few little hiccups over administration and empty coffee pots at breakfast prevent it being a five...More

2  Thank Lemonyrose
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Wong K
28 June 2017|
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Response from Draganna | Reviewed this property |
Hi, search for their website harnas org. All the details are on their website for guests and volunteers.
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