Tranquil oasis along the Trans-Kalahari
Boasting over two decades of history, this resort has gained attention not just for its breathtaking views and cosy accommodations, but also for its event-hosting capabilities.
Die Dam Transkalahari-End Resort caters to diverse preferences with a range of accommodation options. Whether you're seeking the simplicity of camping sites or the luxury of the chalets with panoramic views, this is a haven for everyone.
Guests are invited to savour delectable dishes at the on-site restaurant. The bar, with its relaxed ambience and a deck overlooking the dam, provides the perfect setting to unwind with friends or fellow travellers.
Die Dam Transkalahari-End Resort also offers a variety of activities, from fishing in the Tilda Viljoen Dam to boat pedalling and hiking trails. Beyond being a restful retreat, it allows guests to immerse themselves in the rich biodiversity and scenic landscapes that define the area.
Speaking to co-owner Martin Vermeulen, he said that Die Dam Transkalahari-End Resort welcomes hosting events. Against the backdrop of the Tilda Viljoen Dam, events here promise to be truly unforgettable, blending natural beauty with historical charm.
“Die Dam caters to both locals and those travelling through our beautiful country,” said Vermeulen as he elucidated that the resort acts as a “watering hole”, gathering locals from different backgrounds who want to unwind in the calm of nature.
Snippets of the beautiful resort located on the edge of the Tilda Viljoen Dam in Gobabis.