Namibia’s natural beauty attracts tourists from all over the world. With its stunning deserts, mountains, national parks and unique wildlife, Namibia is a preferred destination for visitors to Africa, regardless of whether they are here on business or vacation. Namibia also produces the world’s best quality diamonds, which holds further fascination for travellers.

Besides the Kalahari Desert, one of the major attractions in the area is the Etosha National Park, Namibia’s second largest game reserve, spanning 22 750 square kilometres. The park surrounds the Etosha salt pan which is frequented by animals, especially during winter, serving as an oasis in this arid land. The best time to visit Etosha National Park is from May to October, during the dry winter season, where one can see different species of animals gathered at the waterholes. The park also has 340 species of birds, along with the world’s largest ostrich.

If you are planning a trip to the park, do not worry about where to stay close to Etosha. Tsumeb, the gateway to the north of Namibia, is a mining town east of Etosha. It is home to Kupferquelle Resort, which is considered the perfect base for those visiting the park and other tourist activities in the area. The friendly staff at Kupferquelle Resort is more than ready to help with the day-to-day agendas of guests to make the most of their trip.

Why Kupferquelle Resort?

With luxury chalets, double chalets, standard chalets and campsites to choose from, this resort offers affordable luxury to its guests with excellent service. It blends the rustic charm of Namibia while offering latest facilities to its clients.

World-class amenities await guests when they check in to the resort. The double chalets are perfect for families, while the luxury self-catering chalets are ideal for those who need privacy, and include fully self-catering kitchen, a lounge room and a braai on the deck. One also has the option to choose from standard chalets and for those who prefer wide-open spaces, our camping sites are perfect.

All chalets are tastefully furnished with a secluded terrace, air-conditioning, tea and coffee making facilities, TV, fridge, safe, Wi-Fi access and more. The camping sites are spacious, with plenty of shade and grassy lawns. Guests can avail the coin-operated laundry and wash up facilities, and showers with hot water.

For those visiting on business, conference rooms are available, having all the necessary equipment as well as wifi.

The resort also has an Olympic-size swimming pool whose cool waters welcome weary travellers, inviting them to wash off the day’s dust and relax. This pool has 8 fifty meter laps, and is one of the three pools of its size in all of Namibia, and the only one of its kind in northern Namibia. From Kupferquelle, other attractions in the area, such as Tsumeb’s museum, the local Arts and Crafts Centre, the cultural village in Tsintsabis, Lake Otjikoto, the Hoba Meterorite, the unique Baboab tree, Dragon’s Breath and the Ghaub caves is easily accessible.

If you are planning a visit to Namibia, book your stay at the Kupferquelle resort today!

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