1. The lodge is owned by two private families
  2. Building started in February 2004
  3. Opened in August 2004
  4. The farm was previously a cattle farm, today only guest farm
  5. Water is supplied from a bore hole; 130m deep
  6. Connected to the national power supplier of Namibia
  7. Annual average rainfall: 180mm
  8. Small rain season Oct-Nov; main rain season Jan-Apr
  9. Size ca. 5600ha; surrounded by a game proof fence
  10. Natural game and animals stock: Kudu, Springbok, Oryx, Damara Dik Dik, Common Duiker, Klipspringer, Mountain Zebra, Eland, Giraffe, Jackal, Leopard, Brown Hyena, Warthog, Aardwolf, Aardvark, Bat eared Fox, Genet, Porcupine, Rock Hyrax , Springhare, various birds (some endemic) and occasionally a snake or a scorpion
  11. No hunting on our premises, game meat is supplied by a hunting farm
  12. Interesting plants (some endemic) can be seen (some trees and bushes show numbers, which is for identifying purpose, the identifying list is available at the reception)
  13. Fresh products are bought in Omaruru once in a week, dry/ frozen goods and alcohol are supplied from Windhoek
  14. The Lodge is situated 1200m above sea level
  15. The name of the Lodge comes from the Damara/ Nama language and means: someone, who's leading the way; someone, who's showing the path into the future
  16. The employees are mainly from the Damara tribe
  17. The lodge is open throughout the year
  18. Coldest temperature in winter +/-0 degree Celsius
  19. In summer the temperatures can reach up to 42 degree Celsius
  20. Climate in general is comfortable due to low humitidy (+/-15%)
  21. The rock formations around the Lodge are of granite
  22. The Lodge is situated on the north western side of the Erongo Mountains, a 130 million year old ruin of a volcano