Khomas Hochland Hiking Trails (KHHT) – Rates

 

Description Price
Day hike – Adults N$ 70.00 per person
Day hike – Children 4-12 years N$ 35.00 per person
Weekend trail N$ 224.00 per night and person
Long trail back pack (4 or 6 days) N$ 224.00 per night and person
Long trail slack pack transfer only N$ 800.00 per car and night
Long trail slack pack (all inclusive) N$ 370.00 per person and night
 
Matrasses N$ 20.00 per person and night
Sleeping bag N$ 30.00 per person and night
Basic igloo tent for two persons N$ 50.00 per tent and night
Extra wood N$ 45.00 per bag of about 10 kg
Transfer from the airport (one way) N$ 1380.00 per car (max. 4 persons)

Prices valid form 1.12.2016 until 30.11.2017

 
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1. Back Pack

You carry everything yourself. Costs cover camping and the hiking fee. We do supply at the campsite: drinking water, wood, a pot, pan and a kettle.
 

2. Slack packing Transfer

We will drive your main backpack, food, matrasses, sleeping bag, water etc. from campsite to campsite. You only have to carry your small daily daypack with you. Costs are calculated per transfer from campsite to campsite and divided amongst the hikers.
 

3. Slack packing – all inclusive

Consists of the following: a camping fee, hiking fee, a matrass, water and wood at the campsite, a pot, pan and a kettle. Plus food: +/-200 gram of meat, +/-200 gram of vegetables, four slices of bread. For vegetarians +/-350 gram of vegetables. Excluded: breakfast and hiking nutrition, transfers.
Each farmer provides the food at their own discretion. For example: homemade bread, Oryx or Kudu or lamb meat. A choice of vegetables will be available and is communicated with reservation. Any other extras can be bought but need to be communicated with reservation. If you have no backpack for your extra food or personal items we supply you with a standard ammo camping box.
 

4. Shelter

Campsites are open and covered by a roof only. There is running water with toilets and showers. Wood is supplied for ‘donkey’ water heating system, some campsites use solar power. Explanation: In southern Africa a warm water system where you make fire under a water tank is called ‘donkey’. Each campsite will also have a kettle, pot and pan and sufficient drinking water.
 

5.Trail and Marker

The trail is well signposted with an Oryx spoor and different signboards. It has been successfully trialled by members of SA hiking clubs. It is NOT an easy walk!! The trail follows into the Khomas Hochland mountains and through valleys with beautiful views and game to see. You have to be fit!
See report and pictures on our website: http://www.landscapesnamibia.org/windhoek-green-belt/gallery
 

6. Indemnity

Indemnity has to be signed by each hiker before the start of their hike. Heavy rains result in flash floods, which make it dangerous to hike this trail.In this case the owners reserve the right to cancel hiking on that specific part of the trail. During winter(May, June, July, August) there is normally no rain. September, October, November, December is our so – called small rainy season with occasional showers. January, February, March and April is our main rain season. Checking the weather report is essential. Parents have to look after their children all the time as in nature and there is all kind of dangers. HIKING AT OWN RISK.
 

7. Rules & Regulations

All rules and regulations as set out by KHHT must be strictly adhered to.Failure to do so will result in removal from the trail at the hikers own expense. Download from the website: KHHT