More about us and Farm Dabib

Elegance and comfort awaits you

Farm Dabib:

Farm Dabib is about 20km west of Otavi, is 7200ha big and about 1600 m high. The terrain of the farm is slightly hilly and characterized by the alternating bush and savanna landscape. The bush is the perfect habitat for the foliage species Kudu, Eland, Duiker, Steenbuck and Impala. In addition to these wild species, we also find Warthog, Mountain Zebra, Burchell Zebra, Impala, Oryx, Blesbuck, Hartebeest, Blue and Black Wildebeest. However, predators also find their way to us: From the surrounding mountains leopards often change through our farm, cheetah and hyenas usually find their way to us from the Etosha pan, but also smaller predators like the caracal, jackal and the genet cat can be seen on our farm.

Hunting on Dabib:

To prepare for the hunt, there is a rifle stand with 100m and 200m length available. The alternate terrain with thick bush and savannas offers you an interesting and challenging hunt on foot, with the hunting car and numerous spacious high seats.


We will pick you up at the Hosea Kutako International Airport in Windhoek and drive to the farm together. Our farm is about 4 hours away by car. If this journey is too long for you and you are considering traveling by plane, we also have a runway, please inform us for more information.

Accommodation on Farm Dabib

There are two spacious thatched roof bungalows with 2 double bedrooms each. The rooms are elegantly and comfortably furnished, with shower and toilet, 220 V power connection, in addition to a private veranda you also have a vault safe.

You can relax and unwind by the large swimming pool in the garden, right in front of your room. With a cold beer at the bar, you can share your experiences with your family and friends via our free Wi-Fi.

For breakfast, we will spoil you with a large buffet of cereals, farmer bread, cold cuts and omelet. At lunchtime, Birgit Ritzdorf will spoil you with her top-class cuisine, offering delicious home-cooked meals or traditional African dishes, it' s up to you to decide which.

The relaxing, tranquil evenings are enjoyed beneath big old trees with a large fireplace where we barbecue or 'braai' as we call it in Namibia, the hunt of the day.

Well selected South-African vintage wines and Namibian beer are the perfect companion to round off a good meal further to the true Namibian hospitality provided by your hosts, Winfried & Birgit Ritzdorf.