Guest Farm Ghaub, built on one of the first Mission Stations in the area, boasts an immense hsitory. Access to the Ghaub Caves and tours of the cave can be arranged from the farm.
Guest Farm Ghaub is located in the agricultural heartland of Namibia’s fertile northern region. Sprawling lawns dotted with palm trees and original old-style mission buildings roll into wild bush and a view of Otavi Mountains in the distance.
The major attraction at Guestfarm Ghaub is caving – a thrilling experience! The Ghaub cave is Namibia’s third largest cave and is about 38m deep and about 2.5km long. Book a two hour tour exploring the beautiful stalactites and stalagmites and revel in this wonder of nature.
The true highlight at Guest Farm Ghaub is caving. The Ghaub cave, discovered by Dr. Henry Fedder in 1914, is the third largest cave in Namibia. It has beautiful stalactites and stalagmites and is approximately 38m deep and 2.5km long and has a lot of different channels. The duration of the adventure is about two hours, including the 3km drive from the main buildings. We supply helmets and headlamps, but you have to make sure to wear proper hiking boots or sports shoes as climbing forms part of the excitement of visiting the cave.
The caving adventure can be booked either in the morning between 09:00 and 11:00 or in the afternoon between 15:00 and 18:00.