Neuras Wine & Wildlife Estate is an oasis in the desert, the unique Namibian winery produces roughly 3,000 bottles per year. Neuras produces two types of wine; the critically acclaimed Neuras Shiraz, and the Namib Red which is a Shiraz Merlot blend. Despite some of the harshest conditions in the world, Namibian desert life is well adapted to the extremes of life and shows us the true resilience of the stunning flora and fauna found here at Neuras Estate. In the local Koikoi language, Neuras means the “place of abandoned water”. Neuras Estate owes its early existence as a farm to the presence of several crystal clear coldwater springs, and dates back to 1894.
For all guest types they offer economy accommodation in stone built En-suite chalets, shaded by large acacia and ebony trees, with linen and towels provided. There is a swimming pool for cool dips after a hot day in the desert and sundowners can be enjoyed in the stone-built lapa. Pleasant short walks along the dry river bed or to the springs can be undertaken at one’s leisure.
Guests may choose to have all meals fully catered with the dinner, bed and breakfast option, with home cooked Namibian meals, combining the simple joys of local cuisine with elegance and refinement. Alternatively guests may decide to cater for themselves using the guest braai set which is located in the shade of trees.