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The Henties Bay Golf & Lifestyle Estate is situated in the center of the quaint fishing village, Henties Bay.


Henties Bay is a prime holiday destination for Namibians and South Africans, who enjoy the peaceful village lifestyle, mild climate and virtually crime free community living.


Henties Bay is well-loved for its rustic, peaceful ambience, temperate weather and seemingly endless unspoilt beaches.


The Estate is situated in the centre of town along Omaruru Road and lies within walking distance from the public swimming beach.


The development stretches over 29,987m2 and offers 93 residential plots, a retirement village comprised of 60 units, a medical facility, a 9-hole desert style golf course, tennis courts, a Sports Clubhouse and future plans for bowling greens, squash courts, a conference centre and a golf academy.


The estate offers prime views onto Henties Bay, the golf course and the ocean.



Residential Plots


Hole Golf Course


Village Units


Minutes from the Ocean


The 92 residential erven are fully serviced and ready for further development. The clubhouse and restaurant have been built and are in use. Other finished developments include tennis courts, two guardhouses and a store. Over 1,500 palm trees are set to be planted across the estate of which 250 are already flourishing.


Plans for consolidating the retirement village units and the medical centre have been submitted and have been approved. Construction of the sold retirement units have started and construction of the Medical Centre will commence early 2021.




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Retire In Henties Active Aging Resort

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[email protected]hentiesbaygolfestate.com

For golf enquiries contact:

Wolfie Hall

+264 81 271 3830

Henties Bay, Erongo Region,


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About Henties Bay

Henties Bay is a coastal town in the Erongo Region of western Namibia. It is located 70 km north of Swakopmund and is an important holiday settlement. 70 kilometres to the north of the town is the seal colony of Cape Cross. The town had 4,720 inhabitants in 2011, up from 3,285 in 2001

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