Nambia’s greatest natural wonder! Whilst smaller than America’s Grand Canyon, at 160 kms long and up to 550 m deep, the Fish River Canyon is still comparable and the world’s second largest canyon. The exposed bottom strata is considered almost a billion years old. The Fish River itself is around 650 kms, rising from the eastern Naulkuft Mountains, flowing through the rugged Koubis massif, before flowing southwest of Ai-Ai into the Oranje. In winter, during the dry season, sometimes the river dries up but by the summer rains it often becomes a fast-paced torrent!

Interests

  • Landscape

Highlights

  • Gigantic Ravine
  • Fish River
  • Drought-Resistant Plants

Places to Stay

Canyon Lodge

Style: Lodge

Cañon Lodge is located in Gondwana Cañon Park on the C37, only 20 km from the Fish River Canyon's main lookout point.

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Canyon Village

Style: Lodge

The Wild West collides with Africa at The Canon Village, a collection of 42 Cape Dutch style, en suite chalets located at the foot of the Gondwana Canyon Park.

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Fish River Lodge

Style: Lodge

Awe-inspiring vistas are not the only selling point of this unique property.

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