Accommodations - Namibia

/Ai-/Ais Hotsprings Spa
Location: Fish River Canyon and /Ai-/Ais Richterveld Transfrontier Park
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/Ai-/Ais, which means "burning water" in one of the local languages, refers to the sulfurous hot springs which are found in this area. One of these springs has its eye within the resort. /Ai-/Ais lies at the southern end of the Fish River conservation area. It is popular with tourists, who come for both the hot springs, and the challenging 85 km Fish River Canyon hike. The area has rugged and beautiful scenery and diverse flora, containing elements of both the Succulent karoo and Nama karoo biomes.
Accommodation is in 36 double rooms and 7 premier chalets. 12 of the rooms have river views and the remaining 24 have mountain views. All of these rooms have been fitted in the new Spa complex and sit over the indoor thermal pool. So there is no excuse for not popping downstairs for a relaxing session in the pool, or to visit one of the treatment rooms for a body or head massage, to get rid of those unwanted aches and pains. Categories • The 12 river view rooms are equipped with an en-suite bathroom and bath, air-conditioning and a tea/coffee station.They also have the added facility of an outside shower! • The 24 mountain view rooms have an en-suite bathroom with a shower, air-conditioning and a tea/coffee station. • The 7 premier chalets are for families/groups and are equipped with an en-suite bathroom and air-conditioning. • The 3 bedrooms, have either a ¾ size, 2 x queen, or 1 x king-size bed in each room. The self-catering kitchen is equipped with a refrigerator, 2 plate stove, microwave oven, kettle, pots/pans and plates/cutlery. • An added attraction of these brand new chalets, is that there are 2 verandas, with both river and mountain views. • Camping Guest Services • Housekeeping attention with evening turn-down service • Preferred time of housekeeping service • Laundry service upon request • Free Parking • Disabled access

Things to do • Swimming: /Ai-/Ais has both an indoor thermal pool and a popular, but cooler outdoor pool. As the surrounding countryside is arid and rocky and in summertime temperatures soar, not only is a session in either pool beneficial to your health, it also helps you to keep cool. • Walking and nature walks – try walking trails up the ravine! Guided scenic excursions within the park. • Photography: The /Ai-/Ais area is a geologists’ dream - with rock formations dating back to millions of years. Visitors of all ages can enjoy some soul-searching walks in the surrounding areas of the camp, and they can also easily drive to the main Fish River Canyon lookout point at Hobas for some fantastic views and photographic opportunities. • Star gazing: An advantage when travelling in this part of the world is the clear and open southern sky. It is great for star gazing, and the minimal reflections at night make it an ideal stopover for keen astronomers and enthusiasts alike.

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