The Ranch, your safari home during your stay with us.                                   

For most of our clients, first stop is Hosea Kutako International Airport. Then onto Windhoek for

some last minute shopping before heading south for less than an hour to reach the eastern access

road to Arub Safaris ranch. Your excitement builds, for you are at journey’s end now and eager to

spot a distant kudu, one who, in turn, watches you.

             Story telling time

As your hunt progresses, your experiences and

familiarity with the wildlife and this amazing

place will grow. Cameras are always in

evidence and, viewing the day’s haul on a

laptop, is always a crowd building event.

Improving your hunting skills and wildlife

understanding come a whole lot easier when

you’re settled into a deep cane chair, with your

host, Malan, ready to speak of Africa, of the

endless savannahs and the magnificent animals

that live there.

Safari lodge bedroom Relax on the pool deck alongside the lake After a venison dinner its time to plan tomorrow's hunt After a long day hunting - its time to enjoy a swim Beautifully appointed Arub Safaris ranch

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               So, so comfortable

And, as you step back into reality, there are two

double bedrooms complete with en-suite

bathrooms to choose from. Here you can relax and

clean up and make a home from home and from

where you will begin your safari.

You will enjoy your stay with Arub Safaris in the

Khomas Hochland!

     Cool water and deep shade

There’s always a moment to attend to the

less physical pastimes and here, shaded

from the African sun, you can savour your

safari memories, write or phone home.

Malan enjoys a barbecue and his clients

frequently insist on eating the venison

harvested on the ranch. A favourite snack,

one that can take the edge off a fresh air

appetite and often becomes a meal all of its

own, is the African version of jerky or wind

dried meat, or biltong locally.

        A lake in the semi desert

When the cool wash of the storm winds

race across the ranch, we go outside and

wait, knowing that soon the rolling flood

water will appear at the bend, up river, and

race to fill our lake.

In a few days we will be surrounded by a

deep blue lake and watch paradise bloom

as the air fills with the sounds of thousands

of waterbirds.

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