Activities | Fish River Lodge Namibia


Canyon Drive (Full day)

An exhilarating descent into the ravine and although safe, is sure to raise your heart rate. Journey into the depths of the second largest canyon in the world.

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Canyon Sundowner Drive

Drive to a scenic viewing point with our guide to enjoy a drink at our lookout point over the canyon.

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Fish River Lodge Canyon Hike Packages

Please note:

A High Level of Fitness is required

Journeys Namibia Office requires a Doctor’s Certificate of Fitness for every hiker taking part in the Canyon Hiking Package activity.

No children under 16 years old may take part in the Canyon Hiking Package Activity.

All meals, soft drinks and house wines are included in the per person rate. The activity is based on a minimum of 2 people and maximum of 10 people.

All imported drinks are not included in the per person rate and will be charged extra.

Should a client request an extra transfer between the lodge and canyon, this will be an extra charge.

Hiking is only done between April and September

Please be aware that the hike will include some rock climbing and clients are advised to be fit especially for the descend and ascend of the canyon. 

Essentials to bring along on your hike:

Pack a smaller soft bag (if possible) with clothing to be used at the camp. The bag will be driven down by the back-up team. 


You will need to have a small backpack for carrying water and lunch pack for each day. Guests will not be required to carry anything else.

Larger luggage will be kept safe at the lodge until your return. You will need sturdy worn-in hiking boots, bathing costume and warm clothing for winter nights. You will need to be fit and healthy to enjoy this unique adventure.

The first day’s hike is a steep, rocky descent that requires about three hours before you get to the bottom. From there it takes another 2 – 3 hours to cross the rocky plain to get to the first camp. The second and third days’ hikes follow the riverbed through thick sand interspersed with the occasional bouldered sections.

Type of clothing:

Temperatures can drop sharply after sunset, warm clothing is essential. We suggest you bring along outdoor safari clothing and strong, worn-in hiking boots for the hike itself. Your swimsuit is a must if you would like to swim and cool off in the rock pools along the Fish River.

The first and third camp is situated on the sandy banks of the river. The second and third day hike trails along the river's edge, allowing enough opportunity for swimming and breaking for lunch. 

Accommodation/Camp – Tents will be pitched at each camp:

Camps have been upgraded to Camp Eternity and Camp Edge.

More information to follow soon.


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