We were blown away by the beauty of the rammed earth structures set against the natural backdrop of Camelthorn and a host of other trees. Although, in 2018, this was still an incomplete picture, our dream was to turn Droombos into a fairytale venue. We wanted to cater mainly for the locals where they could be entertained and enjoy a true Namibian meal. If some international traveler would like to experience our culture, food and hospitality, they will find it here where our locals mingle. This has been an on-going process with still much greater things to come.
Much that is Droombos is not visible to the untrained eye, or rather that the elements combine, to create an experience that is totally unique in the Namibian context.
What We Do
A dream of the Droombos team is to become self-sustainable in fresh produce to the largest extend possible and to support locally produced products to fill the gap.
As a first step we started growing or own vegetables and certain herbs that are already being used in our kitchens. This will be taken to the next level when we will soon be growing a variety of herbs in tunnels, not only for own use, but also for the local market. From May 2021 we will launch a weekly farmers market to support local growers and producers of meat, milk, eggs and the like, to market their produce to the market in a conducive environment.
The vision is a market that promotes, “locally produced, affordable freshness within a people centric environment”.
This will also create a marketing platform for local people wishing to add value through various methods to create oils, lotions and supplements to promote health and wellbeing in our Country.