Sesfontein Guest House

Damaraland | Namibia

Sesfontein Guest House

Damaraland | Namibia

Experience Authentic Namibia at Sesfontein Guesthouse

Sesfontein Guesthouse, nestled in the heart of the village of Sesfontein in Namibia, offers an unforgettable and authentic rural experience to its guests​​. The Guesthouse’s location, about 110 km north of Palmwag, puts it in proximity to a myriad of natural attractions and cultural experiences. The guesthouse, with its 10 comfortably furnished rooms, provides a delightful stay complete with en-suite bathrooms, air conditioning, and mosquito nets for a peaceful night’s rest​.

What sets Sesfontein Guesthouse apart is not only its accommodation but also its commitment to providing guests with a taste of local culture and cuisine. The onsite restaurant serves meals throughout the day, made primarily from local ingredients, including a range of fresh produce and homemade bread. Their banana bread, touted as the best north of Windhoek, is a must-try for guests​​.

Sesfontein Guesthouse also offers unique tour and safari options to its guests. Visitors can interact with traditionally living Himba tribes nearby or explore the Hoanib River in search of the elusive desert elephants. The guesthouse also runs the stunning Ongongo Waterfall Campsite at Warmquelle, about 25 km away, enhancing the range of experiences available during your stay​.

Whether you’re looking for comfortable accommodation, a taste of local culture, or thrilling safaris in Namibia, Sesfontein Guesthouse is the ideal base for your adventures. Come experience the magic of this place, and let the friendly staff at Sesfontein Guesthouse help you make unforgettable memories​​.



10 guest rooms
En-suite Bathroom
Air Conditioning
Mosquito Nets





Reception Services

Check-In Time: 14:00
Check-Out Time: 10:00


Food Drink

Restaurant (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Local Ingredients
Homemade Bread
Banana Bread



Searching for Desert Elephants in the Hoanib River
Sundowner drive
Various Sleep-Out Packages (rhino tracking)


Languages Spoken

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