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The new Khomas Hochland Hiking (2015) Trail covers 100 km over 6 days or 54 km over 4 days. We Farmers are developing our area of the Khomas Hochland into the Hiking Mekka of Namibia. Some experienced hikers rated them as of the top 5 in southern Africa.

We offer also:

  • day hikes from 1 to 5 or 6 hrs
  • Weekend Trails for one, two or three nights ideally for short or long weekends

If you like to hike we are the place to go AND not far from Windhoek, only 45 Minutes or 50 km or 90 km from the international airport. The two long distant hikes you find them on our welcome or HOME page, anything else you must look under the different farms what they have to offer.

You find that under WEEKEND TRAILS.   All trails winds through the most alluring and rugged part of the Khomas Hochland and the long distance trails  are crossing 5 farms, namely Duesternbrook, Otjiseva, Onduno, Godeis, Monte Christo.

Most enjoyed is our very scenic mountain landscape of the Khomas Hochland mountain range. Most hikers are interested in birdwatching and our wildlife , trees , geology and archaeology.  

But many also just love to hike through mostly unspoiled nature, walking in dry river beds and over the rolling hills of the Khomas Hochland.


Accommodation facilities: open shelters , water at each camp, wood, pot, pan, braai rooster. Shower (donkie system), a water toilet. 

What is a green flag trail?

green flag trails
Green Flag Trails is a voluntary quality and sustainability eco-label for trails.

Trails with Green Flag status ensures the best possible hiking experiences to hikers. Trails are however not graded subjectively from good to bad. Instead the system centres on the concept of allowing hikers, by supplying detailed information, to make their own informed decisions of the trails they’d like to walk. Green Flag Trails is thus an accreditation programme that seeks to offer hikers all the information needed to ensure the hike meets their expectations.

Contrary to other systems that make use of someone’s opinion of how a “good trail” should look like, Green Flag allows the hiker to make his/her very own assessment of what type of trail is preferred, and thus ensures a good experience.

By assessing the environmental conditions as well as safety along the trail, Green Flag ensures sustainable trails in terms of conservation of the environmental resources as well as the quality of experience had by hikers.

Green Flag accredits trails through its unique audit procedure and identifies, acknowledges and rewards those trails that demonstrate and practice responsible management.

Did you know?

Walking trails meeting HOSA's minimum standards are also accredited through the Green Flag Trails programme.