Corona Guest Farm
Located in the foothills of the little known Gamsberg Mountains in Central Namibia, Corona Guest Farm is an understated pitstop on your journey to the desert.
The farm dates back to the turn of the last century, when German colonial traders passed by on their long journey from the Namibian hinterland to Windhoek. Guests can even walk in their footsteps along the old ox-wagon trails on nearby Rooi Huis.
The heritage of the farm is reflected in its characterful and unpretentious accommodation. Three spacious family rooms are perfect for those with younger children, whilst the camp’s shaded pool and panoramic terrace offers an ideal spot for adults and children alike to enjoy some afternoon downtime.
The central highlands of the Khomas region offer a huge variety of activities for all interests. Gamsberg Mountain – known as Namibia’s ‘Tabletop Mountain’ due to its shape – is a tough but rewarding climb. But standing at nearly 2,500m, it isn’t suitable for everyone. If you still want to explore the area, opt for a scenic drive along the Gamsberg pass, the highest and longest in Namibia, spotting game as you go. Or hike one of the many trails, discovering the rich range of flora and fauna indigenous to the area.
Coral Tree luxury rating
Number of rooms
9, including three family rooms
Children of all ages
Why we love it
'Corona is a stunning escape from the tourist trail in the hugely underrated Gamsberg Mountains’
Charlie, Africa Travel Sales Manager
Key Highlights & Amenities
- Nestled in the little known Gamsberg Mountains
- Pool and terrace with panoramic views of the Gamsberg Mountains
- Hike along old colonial ox-wagon trails
- Spot Kudu, Oryx and the rare Mountain Zebra