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after tiring ride from Sesfontain through a marvellous landscape and river bed, this camp site (Purros Community Campsite) and the surroundings were just fabulous.
the few sites are placed under big old trees, with function basic facilities (shower, WC, kitchen), the desert elephants are passing...More
Belonging to a local Himba community, it provides basic bungalows (toilet and shower facilities on each), braai area and, quite often, desert elephants wandering through the campsite for an unforgetable, genuine, African experience. Quite difficult to reach without a local guide or a good, updated...More
After a very long journey on a terribly corrugated track, arriving at Purros, without any idea where to stay, the Community camp site proved to be excellent. Edison, was a very helpful man. The camp site is clean (I mean racked, no bits and pieces...More
When travelling through Namibia, where do you really want to spend the night: in the wild. Purros community camp offers nice well spaced camping places on the side of the river. Game crosses this camp and we were pleased to see elephant dung and prints...More
For those who want to get a glimpse of the real Namibia this is the place to head for. No fancy lodge, no pool, no sundowners with champagne. What a wonderful relieve...
The road to Purros was quite good. Easily did the whole drive on...More
No - but we didn't have an issue. We stayed in the community camp run by the village which was great - see if you can find the showers - brilliant. There seemed to be about 5 campsites in the area so I would be surprised... More
No - but we didn't have an issue. We stayed in the community camp run by the village which was great - see if you can find the showers - brilliant. There seemed to be about 5 campsites in the area so I would be surprised if you couldn't get in somewhere. By the way, the visit to the Himba tribe in Purros was terrible, I would recommend you do it somewhere else ...