Planning a trip to Namibia?

Kiripotib is the perfect destination for astronomers and their families.

to Namibia

The one-stop address for the perfect balance of astronomy and exciting activities.

We will spoil you astronomically with outstanding stargazing equipment, luxurious accommodation, exceptional cuisine and exciting activities.

For Claudia and Hans von Hase, your comfort and enjoyment are our top priority. Together with our excellent team, we look forward to making your stay on Kiripotib a pleasure as well as a long-lasting memory.

Why Kiripotib is the perfect destination for astronomy:

Limited size – no mass

You will find peace and tranquillity at Kiripotib without feeling lonely. With a maximum of 12 astronomers in general, Kiripotib has a comfortable and homely atmosphere that will cater to you and your family’s needs.


Perfectly maintained
quality instruments

We keep all instruments in mint condition. The up-to-date mountings and telescopes are mainly property of Kiripotib, meaning that no third-party contracts are required. Our carefully planned facilities and extensive assortment of instruments and accessories speak for themselves, making Kiripotib the perfect destination for astronomers.

Affordable prices

Even though the flight will cover a large part of the cost, it will become clear that our competitive prices for accommodation, transfer and equipment rental won’t require a huge budget. Kiripotib will give you great value for your money.


We enjoy the company of
our guests!

No matter what – our guests come first! Making you feel at home is our priority.
We enjoy spoiling our guests, even in the little, unexpected things. Your well-being is our motivation and reward. Good food and good sleep form the basis of a relaxing holiday – not only for astronomers. At Kiripotib you will find both. Be inspired by what we have to offer here on the farm.

Our offers can be tailored to accommodate every wish, while remaining reasonably priced.

At Kiripotib, Namibian hospitality is at the core of what we do. We are looking forward to making your stay with us an unforgettable one.


June 2017
Hi Having recently returned from what can only be described as one of the most amazing experience’s we have ever had. This was our first trip to Kiritopib Astro Farm in Namibia and we were a little apprehensive about what to expect. It was a joy, from the moment of our arrival and setting u...
August 2018
Kiripotib und Safari Tag 1: 03.08.2018 AnreiseUm ca. 15:30 starteten wir unsere Reise mit dem Taxi zum Bahnhof, wo wir noch genügend Zeit hatten um den richtigen Bahnsteig zu finden. Mit der Bahn ging es dann um 16:30 mit c. 15 min. Verspätung wegen Unwetterschäden auf der Bahnstrecke los in R...
May 2021
Die Kiripotib Astrofarm – Ein Paradies für Astronomiebegeisterte Vom 5.-14. Mai 2021 nutzten 4 Mitglieder des „Südbrandenburger Sternfreunde e.V.“ die Gelegenheit dem Corona-Alltag in Deutschland zu entfliehen und einen der schönsten Orte für astronomische Beobachtungen, die Kiripot...
May 2017
Erfahrungsbericht über den 24“GND Dobson von ICS auf Kiripotib Der nagelneue 24“ Dobson auf der Astrofarm Kiripotib hatte am 28.05.2017 sein First Light. Wir, eine kleine Gruppe der Astronomischen Gesellschaft Buchloe eV., hatten die Chance/Ehre, den24“GND von Intercon Spacetec erstmalig in Be...
July 2019
Traumhimmel über Namibia –Zwei Nächte auf der Astrofarm Kiripotib Für das Jahr 2019 hatte ich gemeinsam mit meiner Frau und ihrem Bruder eine Fernreise geplant. Meine Frau Lisa favorisierte eine Reise nach Afrika um dort die beeindruckende Tierwelt zu erleben. Mein Schwager Klaus konnte diese Ide...
July 2017
Mit Sohn unter den Sternen des Südens Viele Nächte wenig Schlaf mit einem 11jähringen Jungen? Weit weg in Afrika, auf einer Farm am Rande der Khalahari, um „nur“ Sterne zu gucken?! Vor 2 Jahren hatte ich einfach gebucht, ohne grosse Vorbereitungen in Sachen Astrofotografie und wollte nun „mehr“. ...

Journey Description

From Windhoek you follow the B6, which skirts the beautiful Auas Mountains (follow directions to the International Airport). After about 24 km, turn right on to the C23 (direction Dordabis). From Dordabis you take the gravel road C15 / MR33 (direction Uhlenhorst). At Klein Nouas, you pass an old white tower on the right hand side. From here you drive straight on to the D1448 for about 12 kilometres – the entrance to the  Kiripotib farmstead is on the right hand side (well signposted).  
From the International Airport Windhoek you drive in the direction of Windhoek and, after about 20 km, you turn left onto the C23 (direction Dordabis). From Dordabis, follow the directions as outlined above.
If you are travelling from the South, take the C15 / MR33 to Uhlenhorst and from there travel towards Dordabis. About 20 km beyond Uhlenhorst (before you reach Dordabis) you turn right onto a small gravel road D1219 until you reach a t-junction – some 23 km.  From there you turn left and drive on the D1448 for about 8 km until you reach Kiripotib.