November 2022

Fort Sesfontein Lodge & Safaris offers exclusive Rhino Tracking in free range!
Our Guests on the tower

Dear interested Person,

Fort Sesfontein visitor numbers have rebounded well from the Corona-related slump, reaching about 60% of previous occupancy levels.

This also applies to the demand for tour offers. The population of the free-living desert elephants seems to be secured in the Hoanib region and also a diversity of species with lions, giraffes, antelopes and ostriches can be explored.

The small population of free-ranging rhinos in this region is under special protection.
Fort Sesfontein has worked out, in consultation with the local conservancy and the rangers a special arrangement, which allows Rhino Tracking in free range. The basis is a 3 day stay at the lodge, a stable health, a minimum age of 14 years and appropriate clothing. Details are to be requested.
The program can be booked now.

Breaking out of the European winter into the African summer with light long days creates a feeling of well-being. In this arid region there are sporadic rainfalls mostly in the afternoon hours and although the passability of the roads is usually given by prudent maintenance, for self-drivers a 4x4 vehicle and an adapted route planning is recommended.

Accommodation and tours can be concluded through the booking service RES.DEST. We recommend a minimum stay of 2 days with time for the activities offered activities and to relax at the amazing pool.

For our guests from SADC and NAM there is a special on availibility.

We the team of Fort Sesfontein will be pleased welcomming you in our beautiful area and let you participating in our Aktivities presenting Highlights of NAMIBIA.                

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