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If you like swimming in a mix of 50% hair 40% water and 10% urine, this place is for you.
We have fond memories of Ai Ais, unfortunatelly we will remove this destination from all our future visits to Namibia. Issues include:
1. Ablution cannot...More
What a terrible disappointment! The beautiful scenery can't compensate for a resort rendered unpleasant by extensive renovations. Sorely needed, but I'd avoid at all cost until finished. Despite warnings of 'some amenities' being affected on the website, in reality nothing but the single outdoor pool...More
The awesome memories I had of Ai Ais a few years ago has literally be shattered. Dont even know where to start.
- Restaurant was closed for "renovations" over June holidays. Hmmm, is that not your busiest time?
- Kiosk that was supposed to temporarily...More
We have previously been to Ai-Ais, but on this visit we were disappointed. We camped here for 2 nights. There are no numbered campsites and so we ended up camping on a spot with no electricity and no running water. The bathrooms were not cleaned...More
We came from Canyon Village (60kms) We walked all over the premises of this resort. The hot spring pool is awesome. Basic shop. Friendly staff. Next to the pool we've heard some complains from guests about the rooms but we can't confirm this since we...More
US$46 - US$181 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The facilities are generally in a very good condition. We stayed in the chalets, and many people were camping. The kitchen and bathroom facilities for campers looked clean and well cared for. The pool was clean, and I can’t... More
The facilities are generally in a very good condition. We stayed in the chalets, and many people were camping. The kitchen and bathroom facilities for campers looked clean and well cared for. The pool was clean, and I can’t really fault anything.
Remember September is already summer in Namibia and may be too warm to visit Ai-Ais. I would recommend the period April to mid August.