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Experience nature and luxury combined with a unique blend of local hospitality.

Kifaru Lodge offers a spectacular experience and memorable holiday for the more discerning traveler.

Exclusively hosting only 12 guests , the lodge prides itself on quality service and exceptional cuisine.

Our safari paradise offers guests the opportunity to immerse themselves in utter tranquillity. Embraced by the beautiful bushveld and exquisite African sunsets, Kifaru offers an atmosphere of exclusivity & seclusion. The lodge stands proudly upon the beautifully weathered landscape of Namibia  & furnishes panoramic views of the reserve below. Kifaru offers much more than beautiful accommodation & attentive service, we are also proudly affiliated with the Rhino Momma Project and a large percentage of our revenue is donated to this outstanding conservation effort.


Premier room

After an adventure-filled day at our reserve, come home to the luxurious Premier Room, offering both privacy and exclusivity accompanied by unparalleled views of the Namibian Bushveld.

Deluxe room

After an exciting day of exploring the breath-taking bushveld, kick off your shoes and relax in our Deluxe Room. Sleek and simple with stunning views of the landscape below.

All rooms feature en-suite bathrooms, air-conditioning, a safe, complimentary WIFI, a coffee station and Midnight snack bar.


The Rhino Momma project is a Namibian Rhino Conservation, that fights against rhino poaching and the conservation of our majestic white and black rhino species. The project strives to conserve these mammals who are on the brink of extinction. They have created a safe space for the rhinos. The vision and mission of the Rhino Momma Project is to repopulate Namibia and the rest of Africa.

Rhino Momma Project gives ordinary people the opportunity to sponsor, adopt or buy a rhino. The money collected is used to care for the rhinos and to continue their efforts in saving the species.

Book a visit to The Rhino Momma Project, the location is not disclosed but we have the privilege to take our guests to them to experience the important work that they are doing for rhino conservation.  A non-disclosure document must be signed before-hand by all guests visiting them.