Campsite and self-catering chalets in the heart of the Namib Desert

Betta offers eight natural stone self catering en-suite chalets comprising of either twin or double sleeping arrangement. Four of the chalets are family friendly with double and single beds. Betta’s six campsites each offer a braai area and shaded seating area, electricity point, washing-up facilities and a top deck from were you can enjoy inspiring sunsets with a cold one in the hand. The ablution facilities are exquisite and clean. Hot water is still made with firewood in a "donkey" boiler. Betta has a charming farm-style coffee shop and well stocked kiosk. Meals are also available on order or prior arrangement. The small filling station and tyre repair shop is an essential service.

Stay Location


Best time to go to Namibia

Namibia is best visited between May and October when safari viewing is at its best. Between the winter months of May and July, daytime temperatures are moderate, while nights can get quite cold, so remember to pack a warm jacket. The veld fills with baby animals during the summer months of November and December. This is also an excellent time for birders as many migrant bird species have returned. The rainy season is from November to April, resulting in dramatic thundershowers and even desert flooding.


Double Room

Double room with Double bed, -En-suite bathroom (shower toilet) open kitchen,.

Twin Room

Double bed with en-suite bathroom (shower) open kitchen outside.

Family Room

Two twin rooms each with two single beds en-suite bath room and additional outside shower & toilet, outside kitchen


Betta's campsites each offer a braai and shaded seating area, washing-up facilities and a top deck sundowner spot. Exquisite ablution facilities and hot water showers made with a traditional 'donkey' fire. Power points available.

Room 9 (Delux)

2 ¾ beds en-suite shower & toilet. Air Cooler, fridge, inside kitchen, outside braai and seating area.

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