If you’re looking for an African ranch-type experience, look no further than the Zelda Game & Guest Farm 90 km east of Gobabis in Namibia. The Zelda Game & Guest Farm is 25 km west of Buitepos, the Transkalahari Border Post with Botswana, on the B6 route. The farm was named after Zelda, the daughter of a former soldier of the Second World War, who settled in this area of Namibia when land was given to returning soldiers.
The Zelda Game & Guest Farm offers 10 000 ha of bushveld teeming with a variety of free-roaming wildlife. The morning, afternoon and night-time game drives will enable you to see 20 species of animals, including zebra, giraffe, springbok to name a few. The Zelda Game & Guest Farm also has a leopard and four male cheetah in enclosures on the farm. They are kept there because they are regarded as dangerous animals by the surrounding farmers who keep goat, sheep and cattle (one of the main industries of Namibia). Feeding time comes once a day – come and join in this very special experience on Zelda Game & Guest Farm.
Another huge attraction at the Zelda Game & Guest Farm is the “Be Wild” experience, where guests have the opportunity to meet Nharo Bushmen. This tribe of the San inhabited the surrounding area in Namibia for thousands of years. The Nharo are skilled trackers and hunters and have a superb knowledge of the veld. Guests participating in the “Be Wild” experience get the opportunity to spend the night in a traditional Bushmen camp (built by the Nharo Bushmen), enjoying traditional singing and dancing and a meal prepared by the Nharo. This experience at the Zelda Game & Guest Farm also includes a veld walk, where you will be able to learn