The Boscia Hunting and Guestfarm is situated 220 km South of Namibia's capital of Windhoek. In the east, you see the sprawling foothills of the Kalahari with its red dunes and in the west the spectacular Naukluft Mountains with altitude differences of up to 1,200 m. It is Namibia's largest nature reserve and a well-known paradise for hikers. On the other side of the Naukluft Mountains, along the entire west coast, there is the oldest desert in the world, the Namib Desert. This makes Boscia an ideal base from which to explore the diversity of Namibia's south.

Boscia itself is located at around 1,200 m above sea level and has a stimulating and health-promoting climate, like in the mountains or at the seaside in Europe. The farmland is made up of the classic semi-desert landscape of the plateau with its natural vegetation that includes camel thorn, blackthorn and shepherd's trees (lat. Boscia albitrunca). Boscia albitrunca is one of the main food sources in the grass savannah, which ensures the survival of many species of antelopes and other wildlife species. This is why it is called the "shepherd's tree", or the "tree of life", making it the ideal name for our farm, where we look after the natural resources and the environment with care and responsibility.