Krumneck is situated on the edge of the escarpment forming the transition between the Khomas Hochland and the Namib Desert. The hunting area measures 11 400 ha and is part of the Auas Oanob Conservancy. The guest accommodation is situated on the banks of the Oanob River commanding a breathtaking view of the Krumneck lake, which is home to a variety of water birds such as herons, Egyptian geese and fish eagles.
Hilly country with open valleys enables the hunter to spot game at a distance and to stalk his quarry. Numerous lakes and waterholes support a unique flora forming a favourable habitat for many antelope. In addition to kudu, oryx, mountain zebra, red hartebeest, warthog and springbuck one also finds the rather rare eland. Predators such as jackal, caracal, African wild cat, cheetah and leopard are not uncommon in the Krumneck hunting area.
The Krumneck hunting area is situated 60 km southwest of Windhoek and a 1.5 hours drive from the international airport.
The balcony of the double storied guest house on the banks of the Oanob River offers a superb view over the Krumneck lake. Double rooms with en suite bathrooms as well as a lounge and a dining room are available for the guests.
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