Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) Announces the Reopening of Bo-Plaas Campsite


Windhoek, Namibia – 30 April 2024 – Windhoek. Namibia Wildlife Resorts would like to announce the reopening of the Bo Plaas campsite, situated along the Orange River. As of April 30, 2024, the campsite has officially reopened its doors to visitors after a temporary closure for enhancements.


The closure of Bo Plaas was necessary to address increased security concerns and to expand the campsite’s facilities. With assistance from the Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism, we have successfully implemented additional security measures and constructed extra ablution blocks, significantly improving the safety and comfort of our guests. At the reopening of the site, the Manager for Corporate Communications at NWR, Mr Nelson Ashipala, expressed his happiness at the opening of the camp. “Bo-Plaas serves as a great stopover for those travelling from Northern Cape and the surrounding areas. Now, they can come and enjoy Namibia again with extra security. Fish river hikers can also stop over for some great rest before they tackle the canyon.” he said.


These improvements are a testament to our unwavering commitment to ensuring the safety and comfort of all visitors. We invite everyone to come and experience the serene beauty of Bo Plaas, now more secure and accommodating than ever.