Sesfontein Fig tree Campsite
Community Campsites - Namibia
Situated close to Sesfontein Conservancy office, in the Kaokoland region, and proving popular with visitors to the area, Fig Tree Campsite offers a shady haven under beautiful giant fig trees.
Why visit Sesfontein Fig Tree Campsite?
- Fig tree Campsite offers a shady haven under beautiful giant fig trees. Four camping sites are available, each easily accommodating up to 4 tents
What facilities are available?
- each campsite has its own private flush toilet, hot shower, hand basin and mirror, braai area, and kitchen area with sink
- A deep freeze is available
How do I get there?
- Situated close to Sesfontein Conservancy office
The only way to get a site is to arrange it on arrival at the campsite.
Community Tourism | Namibia
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