Our family has owned and operated Heusis Ranch for over 40 years. It is part of the Khomas Hochland Conservancy which is Namibia’s largest free hold concession in the central highlands. We have 429,000 continuous acres, estimated 25,000 animals and more than 30 huntable species. We offer fewer hunting safaris to ensure exceptional trophy quality for walk and stalk hunters. You will find excellence in service and friendly hospitality at our historical, Victorian style Lodge. We host intimate hunting parties up to large multi family and corporate groups and offer a variety of activities. We are proud to have a reputation as leader in conservation and operating one of the most experienced and trustworthy safari companies in Namibia. Our clients’ testimonials and high rate of returning guests certainly convey our excellence in safari hunting. I will be happy to create any aspect of your safari with you and answer all of your questions. Please feel free to contact me anytime.
Hunting area: The hunting area in the Khomas Highlands is a 43 000 acre free-range conservancy, and is one of the most game-rich areas of Namibia. Huge oryx, zebra and hartebeest herds roam the mountains, and the majestic kudu bulls are a unique characteristic there.
Climate: There are two main weather seasons in Namibia: Winter starts in May and ends in September. The temperature during the day is about 68°– 77° F, and during the night it can drop to 30° Fahrenheit. Therefore, we recommend bringing a warm jacket and a scarf for the cool morning hours.
Summer time starts in October and ends in April. The temperature reaches 82 F° – 90 °F. During the night it cools down to approximately 68° Fahrenheit.
Health: The Khomas Highlands is a malaria-free area, and there are several hospitals in Windhoek which are easy to reach in a short time. For necessary injections please contact your doctor.
Catering: In our Heusis River Lodge all of our guests enjoy an all-inclusive service of breakfast, a tasty lunch and coffee and cake in the afternoon. There is a three-course menu in the evening, including as non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks.
We also offer you a cost-free daily laundry service
Namibias finest free-range hunting. 400,000 acres Conservancy area. Situated only 90km west of the International Airport of Namibia. The best hunting, excellent catering and friendship!
- Buffalo: Cape
- Dik-dik: Damara
- Duiker: Other
- Eland: Cape
- Greater Kudu: Southern
- Hartebeest: Red
- Hyena: Brown
- Impala: Southern
- Lechwe: Red
- Roan: Southern
- Springbok: Common
- Waterbuck: Common
- Wildebeest: Black
- Wildebeest: Blue
- Zebra: Plains
- Zebra: Other
Property & Location
The Alt Heusis Villa has 6 en-suite guest rooms. The veranda overlooking an active waterhole were giraffe and many antelopes come during the day and night. Situated at a dry river bed on a half island far away from civilization. The Villa was built 1905 and was newly renovated in 2019. You can relax in the swimming pool during midday and be close to the giraffes on a hiking trail. The Lodge is situated in the heart of the hunting area thus no traveling time is lost.
The Highlands of Namibia, Ranging from 5,000ft - 6,000ft elevation. It has all landscapes Namibia has to offer from high mountains to hills open savannah with Kamelthorn acacias and many rivers which originate at the watershed range. One of the most game rich areas in Namibia because of the variety of habitats.
- Pvt Owned
Low fenced for Cattle Ranches
- Pvt Owned
The border to the Kalahari is high Game fenced because of Elephants and Rhinos roaming the hunting area. It is how ever open towards the mountains where game can move freely in and out.
- Pvt Owned
Not fenced, only low fences 1.2m for border indication.
- State Owned
Toyota Land Cruiser FJ 79 Single cabs and Double cabs. A fleet of 5 fully equipped hunting vehicles.
Southern Greater Kudu 62“
Red Hartebeest 24“
West - Zambian Sable 46“
Damara Dik-Dik 9“
Common Waterbuck 30“
Black Wildebeest all Gold medal
Blue Wildebeest all Gold medal