Rates from NAD$ 895.00 per person
Per person per night sharing
Rates are in Namibian Dollars (NAD)
*Rates may vary according to season
- Lodge type; Safari Camp
- Location; Fish River Surroundings
- Lodge size; 25 Chalets
- Recommended stay; 3-7 nights
Canon Lodge is situated only 20km from the main viewpoint of the Fish River Canyon; the lodge is located on the 520 square kilometers of privately owned Gondwana Canyon Park.
The lodge is built from natural materials, including local rock and thatch roofs. The acts offers rooms with en-suite facilities, while the old farm house serves as the dining room. This tranquil lodge serves as an excellent base from which to explore the wonders of the Fish River Canyon in Namibia.
Although not widely advertised, one of the interesting points of Canon Lodge is its quest for self-sufficiency. This includes making their own cheeses and yogurt/curd, growing a wide range of vegetables and raising a variety of livestock.
Tall weather-beaten granite boulders mark the location of the lodge and form an integral part of the overall design. Spaced evenly amongst these boulders are 26 thatched, wooden bungalows. All units are equipped with comfortable beds and en-suite bathrooms.
The boulders, cool to the touch and smoothly rounded by an eternity of erosion, protrude into the rooms to make them blend in with the natural surroundings. The design of the bungalows was conceived with the idea to make you feel one with nature while enjoying a comfortable stay.
Sometimes real luxury lies in simplicity.
The Canon Lodge Restaurant is an old farmhouse that has been restored. Its main attraction is an awe-inspiring view of the canyon landscape, which needless to say, makes a meal at the restaurant truly an experience not to be missed.
Guests at Canon can expect to enjoy the warm hospitality and traditional Namibian food.
- Swimming Pool
- Secure Parking
- Morning Hikes
- Hiking Trails
- Canyon Drive
- Horse Riding
- Sundowner Drives
- Sundowner Walks
- Fish River Canyon
- Hikes and walks
- See the winding gorges of the canyon from the air