Quivertree Forest Restcamp
In Namibia just outside Keetmanshoop, in Quivertree Forest, you can find Quivertree Forest Restcamp. You stay in peaceful nature here between the special quiver trees. The quiver trees are, contrary to their name, not trees but Aloe plants. This plant continues to branch until it has the size of a large willow. The name quiver tree comes from the way the plant was used in the past. The San used the hollow branches to make arrow quivers.
The Quivertree Forest Restcamp is in this area and is surrounded by fantastic rock formations. The camping facilities are excellent and offer a beautiful view of the centuries-old quiver trees. There are also many special birds in the area. You have a good chance of spotting the rose-coloured lovebird here. The restcamp has a central kitchen that can be used to cook or if you want to enjoy a central campfire in the evening. The elevated observation deck is a beautiful place to look at the stars at night. There is a pool to cool off in during the hot summer months, and Quivertree Forest Restcamp provides meals on request. The friendly staff and relaxed atmosphere make a visit to Quivertree Forest Restcamp a great pleasure.
Various self drive 4×4 trips through Namibia pay a visit to the Keetmanshoop and the Quivertree Forest Restcamp.
- Spacious camping pitches
- Shared kitchen
- Swimming pool
- Observation deck
- Possibility to order breakfast/lunch/dinner