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On the Namibian West Coast in the Namib Desert, nestles the picture perfect village of Swakopmund,...
On the Namibian West Coast in the Namib Desert, nestles the picture perfect village of Swakopmund, one of the oldest and best-visited tourist destinations on the West Coast of Namibia. Swakopmund offers the Atlantic Ocean's waters and the world-famous Dunes as its main attraction, and allows kite surfers, kite boarders, kayakers and fishermen breathtaking views and some of the best conditions in the world.

Nature-lovers revel in the pure air, miles of safe beaches, the sun, and water sports or playing the Rossmund 18 Green Desert Golf Course. The town itself is home to some very original Namibian gems and you will soon discover that this historical town and surroundings has a lot more to offer than what your first impression might have given you.
from R650

Hotel Etambi

Sleeps 29 in 13 rooms

We are only five minute’s drive to the centre of Windhoek and two minute’s walk to the shopping mall with all amenties. We are located in...
We are only five minute’s drive to the centre of Windhoek and two minute’s walk to the shopping mall with all amenties. We are located in a quiet residential area.

Hosted by Michael and Julie Meyer, you will enjoy comfortable accommodation, outstanding service and excellent cuisine.
from R660

Pelican Point Lodge

Sleeps 22 in 9 rooms

Pelican Point Lodge is situated on a unique stretch of land, the remote peninsula of Pelican Point at Walvis Bay. With the untouched...
Pelican Point Lodge is situated on a unique stretch of land, the remote peninsula of Pelican Point at Walvis Bay. With the untouched beaches of the Atlantic Ocean on the one side and the lagoon of Walvis Bay on the other, our aim is to provide you with an unique experience that demands nothing much of you, but to arrive, relax, reflect and unwind in one of the most enchanting and unique settings in our beautiful country.

Accommodation is offered in the renovated old harbour control building, at the foot of the lighthouse, known as Pelican Point Lodge and offers our guests a choice of nine luxury suites. All our suites are spacious, decorated in a warm contemporary style and designed to make use of the beautiful views even whilst showering. The suites include a seating and lounge area, and a deck area to enjoy the amazing view of the lagoon. Each suite includes a direct-dial telephone, a hairdryer, a private safe, iPhone charger, and gowns and slippers. Blankets are provided on the deck for the sometimes chilly, windy evenings. Our guests can dine in private in their suite, or on their deck.

From your own private deck, guests can expect to enjoy the antics of hundreds of seals surfing the ocean waves, or just their basking in the sun, spot the dolphins, whales and mola-mola, and hear the distinctive call of the jackals roaming close by the lodge, observing their playful nature. Guests can witness spectacular flocks of damara-terns, cormorants and flamingos flying or feeding in the more tranquil waters of the lagoon. Follow fishing vessels, passenger ships, oil-rigs, catamarans, and boat operators to and from the Walvis Bay harbour which all presents perfect photo opportunities on misty or bright sunny days.

For closer encounters, a relaxing stroll to the point of the peninsula will present you with perfect photographic opportunities. A familiar favourite is a walk to the old rusted jetty, about 800 m from the lodge, with a book, a camera, and a picnic basket. On a clear sunny day the dunes of the Namib Desert, the ships, vessels and boats on the lagoon will give you a perfect backdrop to create special memories of this unique place.
from R7386

Kunene River Lodge

7 Reviews
Sleeps 38 in 12 rooms

Kunene River Lodge began life as an impromptu rest camp on the long, arduous 4x4 trail from Epupa to Ruacana. In 2005, Pete and Hillary...
Kunene River Lodge began life as an impromptu rest camp on the long, arduous 4x4 trail from Epupa to Ruacana. In 2005, Pete and Hillary Morgan fell in love with the lodge, took it over, and have since devoted themselves to improving its facilities and reputation. White-water rafting activities contribute significantly to the success it now enjoys as one of the most desirable tourist destinations in this remote corner of Namibia.

In addition to its idyllic setting, facilities and in-house activities, the lodge also serves as an ideal gateway for those setting out to explore the rugged and beautiful Kaokoland region of Namibia to the northwest; indeed many ardent 4x4 drivers enjoy tackling the notorious river road to Epupa Falls.

But there is also a more peaceful and tranquil side to Kunene River Lodge, and birding enthusiasts find a wide range of endemic and visiting species to enthral them during their stay, including the diminutive and secretive Cinderella Waxbill whose range is limited to just a short stretch of the Kunene River.

In conjunction with the local conservancy, of which the lodge is a prominent member, the World Wildlife Fund has re-introduced a limited range of mammals to the region and some might be lucky enough to spot kudu, zebra, black-faced impala or giraffe while driving in the area.
from R1390

Desert Quiver Camp

Sleeps 96 in 24 rooms

Self-Catering Excellence at the edge of the Namib. Desert Quiver Camp uniquely combines modern self-catering accommodation with comfort and...
Self-Catering Excellence at the edge of the Namib. Desert Quiver Camp uniquely combines modern self-catering accommodation with comfort and style. Conveniently located a mere 5km from the entrance gate to Sossusvlei, the inspiring scenery characterised by granite outcrops, spectacular views and roaming wildlife will captivate your senses.

The 24 uniquely designed self-catering units have spacious bedrooms, en-suite bathrooms, shaded patio areas and private parking. Each twin-bedded room features a fold-out sleeper couch to accommodate two small children, under 12, free of charge when sharing with two full paying adults. The patio is equipped with a barbeque facility, a fitted kitchenette with under counter fridge and two plate hob and a wooden bench for seating. Utility boxes with most utensils needed are available at reception and fresh food supplies can be ordered daily.

Facilities at the main building include a fully stocked bar with a big screen television, a sparkling swimming pool and two communal boma-areas which are perfect to cater for groups travelling together. Meals can be enjoyed at the nearby Sossusvlei Lodge restaurant and their Adventure Centre offers a range of exciting desert activities to explore the area. A fully stocked shop, fuel and an Internet café is available at the Sossus Oasis Service Station.
from R1494

By the Beach

5 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

This two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment with balcony and great sea views is the perfect getaway for a self-catering party. Relax on the...
This two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment with balcony and great sea views is the perfect getaway for a self-catering party. Relax on the balcony overlooking the main beach in Swakopmund, walk to some of the best restaurants in town, or cook up a storm in the fully-equipped kitchen.

Enjoy beautiful views of the ocean from the lounge and master en-suite bedroom, while the twin bedroom, with separate bathroom, overlooks the town. A sleeper couch in the lounge accommodates an additional two guests, if required. An indoor fireplace can be used as a braai area or for keeping warm and cosy in the cooler months.

All the little extras are catered for including condiments, coffee and tea facilities, personal toiletries and handmade linen. Enjoy the seaside splendour of Swakopmund at By the Beach.
from R1500

Lalandi 6

1 Review
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Situated within a secure complex in the little coastal town of Langstrand, Lalandi 6 offers an idyllic seaside getaway for groups visiting...
Situated within a secure complex in the little coastal town of Langstrand, Lalandi 6 offers an idyllic seaside getaway for groups visiting this part of Namibia.

This nautical-themed unit has three lovely bedrooms and three bathrooms. The open-plan living area consists of a well-equipped kitchen and a comfortable lounge leading out onto an enclosed braai area.

The complex is just a short walk away from two restaurants, of which both serve a delectable selection of dishes to cater to every palate. Water-loving guests will be able to enjoy the tidal pools, or spend some time on the sandy shores of one of the nearby beaches.
from R1900

Canyon Village

11 Reviews
Sleeps 84 in 40 rooms

Canyon Village is situated just 20 km from the famous Fish River Canyon, Canyon Village hugs the foot of a sweeping rock face in Gondwana...
Canyon Village is situated just 20 km from the famous Fish River Canyon, Canyon Village hugs the foot of a sweeping rock face in Gondwana Cañon Park.

With its Cape-Dutch cottages and thatched restaurant this little village is the ideal starting point for exploring the canyon. The daily life of the area’s early inhabitants, the Bondelswart-Nama, is depicted on murals in the restaurant and chalets. Take part in excursions on horseback, drives and walks in Gondwana Cañon Park or enjoy a break at the swimming pool.
from R2011

Solitaire Guest Farm Desert Ranch

2 Reviews
Sleeps 51 in 18 rooms

Solitaire Guest Farm Desert Ranch is situated at the foot of the rugged Rand Mountains, with...
Solitaire Guest Farm Desert Ranch is situated at the foot of the rugged Rand Mountains, with beautiful views over the vast Namib Desert and the Naukluft Mountains.

Namibia's finest experiences are to visit the famous Dunes of Sossusvlei, Sesriem Canyon, Naukluft Mountains and Spreedtshoogte Pass.

The farm is a privately owned guest farm that truly is a diamond of the Namib Desert, guaranteed to be a highlight of any traveller's Namibian experience.

Enjoy one of our authentic African themed en-suite rooms, our luxury self-catering house or camp at our peaceful campsite with amenities.

Guests can choose from several hiking trails that lead into the mountains, providing stunning views and the chance to enjoy spectacular wildlife sightings. Enjoy a toast on the famous Sunset Hill overlooking the Namib Desert with spectacular sunsets, to which guests can walk or arrange to be driven.

Our game drives guarantee sensational scenery and one of our experienced staff members will do their best to provide spectacular wildlife sightings.
from R240

Uzuri Guest House

2 Reviews
Sleeps 35 in 13 rooms

Uzuri Guest House is ideally situated on Jan Jonker Road, opposite the Windhoek Show Grounds, and just five minutes walking distance from...
Uzuri Guest House is ideally situated on Jan Jonker Road, opposite the Windhoek Show Grounds, and just five minutes walking distance from Maerua mall. The mall houses a variety of clothing shops, coffee shops and restaurants, food stores, banking facilities, Virgin Active gym, and many more amenities.

Uzuri Guest House offers a range of comfortable double, twin and family rooms, all with en-suite bathrooms. Each room features air-conditioning, a TV, a work station, and a fridge. Wi-Fi is available free of charge.

The guest house offers peace of mind with 24-hour CCTV surveillance, and secure off-street parking. The garden and heated pool are available to all guests. A laundry service and airport shuttle service are available on request.
from R745

Lianshulu Bush Lodge

Sleeps 16 in 8 rooms

Lianshulu Bush Lodge is the ‘smaller sister’ of Lianshulu Lodge, and is situated on a private concession inside the Mudumu National Park,...
Lianshulu Bush Lodge is the ‘smaller sister’ of Lianshulu Lodge, and is situated on a private concession inside the Mudumu National Park, in the east Caprivi, overlooking the Kwando River.

The area is a lush wilderness of riverine forest, marsh and open woodland, providing a home for an abundance of wildlife. For the prospective guest, the attraction will be found in a quintessentially African experience, blending exceptional service with superb scenery and a fascinating array of fauna and flora.

From the early morning coffee, to the moment when Caprivi drums beckon to a romantic evening, the dedicated staff will provide a high standard of personal, yet unobtrusive attention. Always, the spectacle of an enchanting Africa will keep the visitor enthralled.

Lianshulu Bush Lodge offers stylish accommodation in eight guest rooms in total, each with an en suites, ceiling fans, gauze screen doors, and mosquito netting. Each room is comfortably and tastefully furnished.

Sumptuous meals are prepared by a professional chef and are served at elegantly set tables, under a wild fig tree and include breakfasts, brunches and congenial dinners by candlelight, followed by liqueurs served around a flickering fire.

The airy, thatched dining, lounge and bar areas open onto spacious, split-level and raised wooden decks, affording sweeping views. Wildlife can be comfortably observed from these vantage points. Two romantic fireplaces, a comprehensive library, African curio shop and secluded swimming pool enhance the perfect safari experience.
from R3670

Bagatelle Kalahari Game Ranch

3 Reviews
Sleeps 88 in 24 rooms

The lodge lies on the edge of the Southern Kalahari in the mixed tree and shrub Savanna. The ranch...
The lodge lies on the edge of the Southern Kalahari in the mixed tree and shrub Savanna. The ranch is characterised by huge red sands dunes running parallel, and in a northern-westerly to south-easterly direction. The valleys in between the parallel dunes are commonly known as streets. A rambling old farmhouse was extensively altered, upgraded and renovated to not only serve as a residence, but also as the main nerve centre of the Lodge.

An entrance hall leads to the reception, lounge, dining room, bar and cellar, library and office. The main dining area is an enclosed porch of enormous proportions. There is a swimming pool and recreation area with a pool table and hammock. An open air lapa for outdoor meals captures the atmosphere of an African Safari. Although two styles of bungalows are provided, both have the same standard of luxury and finish quality. Four chalets, constructed of wood and on stilts are built on top of a Kalahari Sands Dune, with unsurpassed views to the Southwest. The other six bungalows are built in the street or valley between the dunes. These chalets are built of hay bales with walls 600mm thick, the insulation and atmosphere are equally fantastic.

The main difference between the two styles of chalets besides the construction method, is the fact that the dune bungalows have a bath and shower, while the hay bale chalets only have a shower. The level of finishing is the same for all bungalows, with fans, air-conditioners, shower, toilet, vanity basin, writing desk, coffee table, chairs, and bed lights, bar fridges, quality linen and décor. We have a well-stocked, small library with a broad selection of books mainly on Africa and matters relayed to African flora and fauna.

Relaxing next to the sparkling swimming pool and soaking up the hot African sun is something to be experienced. Relax in the comfortable hammock or play some pool. Our ‘Nature drive’ during the early morning and late afternoon will enable you not only to view our diversified animal and bird life, but also the unique dune topography and vegetation. Traditional sundowners on a red Kalahari sand dune will be the perfect way to watch the sun sink away into the distant dunes. It will be our pleasure to show you our sheep and cattle farming operations and explain what is entailed to keep the ranch going as a viable concern. Our chef stands ready to tease and appease your taste buds, morning noon and night. Coffee, tea, snacks and drinks are available all day long from our honour bar.

Relax with a cold one, binoculars and book on our viewing platform overlooking a natural waterhole, and watch our cheetah at play. In association with the cheetah conservation fund, we are the custodians of cheetah kept in an enclosure right next to the recreation area. The facility was built exceeding the requirements laid down by the Ministry of Tourism and wildlife and under the guidance of the cheetah conservation fund. These captive cheetahs are not able to be released into the wild, and have to remain in captivity for the rest of their live. Our aims is to ensure that this happens in a way that ensures the best quality of life for these speedsters of the African Savanna.
from R330
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Bahnhof Hotel Aus

1 Review
Sleeps 46 in 22 rooms

Fish River to Luderitz - Bahnhof Hotel..   The Bahnhof Hotel was initially built in 1906 and after extensive renovations in 2005, the hotel is now shining in new splendour. The...
The Bahnhof Hotel was initially built in 1906 and after extensive renovations in 2005, the hotel is now shining in new splendour. The hotel offers 21 plain, yet elegantly decorated and immaculate clean rooms, and also boasts an excellent kitchen, an inviting sun deck and historic bar, a beer garden, and modern conference facilities. The property has ample secure parking in the back yard and aviation fuel and an airfield shuttle is available for aviation-bound guests.

The accommodation includes breakfast and the kitchen is open throughout the day for freshly prepared light meals as well as outstanding a la carte dishes and daily home-baked bread and cakes. A large selection of South African wines is also available in this tastefully decorated restaurant, widely known for its friendly staff. Meals can also be enjoyed on the sun deck, in the sheltered beer garden, or in the historic bar.
from R1380

Moon Mountain Lodge

1 Review
Sleeps 40 in 17 rooms

Moon Mountain Lodge is an ultra-luxury tented lodge ideally located in the Naukluft Mountains. The lodge was built and completed in 2009...
Moon Mountain Lodge is an ultra-luxury tented lodge ideally located in the Naukluft Mountains. The lodge was built and completed in 2009 on the Moon Mountain Top as fixed "tented rooms" with all the comforts of a room, but the airy feeling of a tent. Moon Mountain Lodge is ideally situated for guests wanting to visit the world’s highest dunes in Sossusvlei, as the lodge is only 50 km away from the entrance gate and close to the quaint little town of Solitaire.

At Moon Mountain Lodge all of our rooms offer breathtaking views of the Namib Naukluft scenery, including mountains, dunes, springbok, oryx, mountain zebra, and birds. Accommodation comprises 11 Luxury Rooms and six Executive Suites, with the the lodge’s Nebula Restaurant offering seating for up to 46 people and serving traditional Namibian cuisine. The Cosmos Bar is fully licensed and boasts a large adjoining sun deck from which stars can be gazed upon at night. The deck also presents a spectacular view of the petrified dunes of the Namib Desert and sunsets to awe you. As we strive to keep noise pollution to a minimum and guest relaxation as a priority, rooms are not fitted with TVs. The lodge does however feature a small cinema, complete with large flat screen TV, surround sound, DVD player, and DStv.

Moon Mountain lodge is also an exquisite venue to have your wedding. With the stunning view and natural surroundings, there is almost no reason to change the décor. We cater for weddings for up to 60 people and all arrangements can be take care of by the lodge.
from R4000

Onguma Tree Top Camp

1 Review
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

This intimate and basic camp is located on the Eastern side of Etosha, in Onguma Private Game Reserve that expands over 34,000 hectares of...
This intimate and basic camp is located on the Eastern side of Etosha, in Onguma Private Game Reserve that expands over 34,000 hectares of land. This small camp is ideal for exclusive use, with just four Tree Houses located around one of the most beautiful watering holes in the reserve.

The houses are raised on stilts and among the tree tops, allowing for exceptional views. Each house features twin beds and en-suite bathrooms with a deck that provides the ideal setting for a sundowner. The main lodge offers a lounge area were guests are able to relax, as well as a dining room and an interactive kitchen.

The camp allows guests to experience Africa in its raw splendour and offers many activities for guests. When not relaxing at the camp, guests are able to partake in morning game drives in the neighbouring Etosha National Park, and sunset and night game drives are also offered in Onguma Game Reserve.

The lodge offers a Rhino Research Drive, where guests are able to learn more about the Black rhino and assist in gathering data to help protect these creatures. In the morning guests are able to join a ranger on a guided walk and spend some time focusing on the smaller animals and the vegetation that makes up Namibia.
from R3360

Kalahari Farmhouse

2 Reviews
Sleeps 28 in 11 rooms

Located in the midst of the Kalahari, on the fringes of the village of Stampriet in the fertile valley of the seasonal Auob River, Kalahari...
Located in the midst of the Kalahari, on the fringes of the village of Stampriet in the fertile valley of the seasonal Auob River, Kalahari Farmhouse combines upmarket hospitality with a rural ambiance. Enjoy the serene tranquillity at the pool, visit the farming business or join a scenic drive in the Gondwana Kalahari Park which is just 30 km away.

The reception and restaurant are housed in a manor which was built in the heyday of karakul farming some 50 years ago. The small farming business next door keeps the kitchen stocked with fresh produce for the delicious dishes on the menu. There are 11 tastefully decorated rooms in Chalets reminiscent of the Cape Dutch style.
from R2011

Jordani Bed and Breakfast

Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

Elegant comfort accompanied with warm hospitality makes Jordani Bed and Breakfast an ideal stay over in the quiet suburb of Olympia,...
Elegant comfort accompanied with warm hospitality makes Jordani Bed and Breakfast an ideal stay over in the quiet suburb of Olympia, Windhoek.

This Namibian lodging is next to a rivulet amidst indigenous trees and offers luxurious and comfortable accommodation. We offer Single, Double and Family Rooms with en-suite bathrooms. Slip into an untroubled state of being, as you relax by the sparkling blue pool.

The bed and breakfast is conveniently close to all amenities, just a short walk from the Windhoek's Maerua Park Shopping and Entertainment Mall and a short drive away from town center.
from R650

Namib Naukluft Lodge

6 Reviews
Sleeps 11 in 4 rooms

Your getaway to the Namib Desert. The Namib Naukluft Lodge situated 230 km south of the capital Windhoek is the ideal gateway to the high...
Your getaway to the Namib Desert. The Namib Naukluft Lodge situated 230 km south of the capital Windhoek is the ideal gateway to the high dunes of the Namib desert. Safari lodge, game drives, bird watching, swimming pool, game viewing, walking. Guests have the opportunity to explore the immediate vicinity on foot, every afternoon a sunset, drive is offered to the Marble Mountains situated on the farm. 4x4 Excursions to the Sossusvlei dune area and the Sesriem Canyon can be reserved as additional service for a separate cost.

The Lodge features 15 comfortable double and two single rooms. All have their own private patios, en suite-facilities and fans; the main building of the Lodge sports a spacious veranda, a lavish lounge and bar area, dining room and an outside boma, where guests can enjoy the sparkling African sky during a cosy barbeque evening. Indigenous plants and swimming pool 'with a panoramic view' enhance the overall beauty of the Lodge, complimenting the surrounding granite hills and landscape in earthy colours. Clean desert air, beautiful sunsets and panoramic vistas make your stay a special and unforgettable one. Children welcome under parents supervision.

Facilities: The Soft Adventure Camp is located on open plains with granite hills as a backdrop. It has a beautiful view onto the open plains with a nearby borehole, where springbock and oryx often come to drink. Each of the 15 units is built on a diamond shaped stance. The chalet is based on a fixed structure with canvas partitions. It is spacious and offers all comforts of a nice contemporary hotel room. Each of the rooms have en-suite facilities with shower and toilet, and with their own private verandah in order to enjoy the beautiful sunsets of the Namib Desert.

There are communal dining and kitchen facilities: Ideal for the individual self-catering client, for the sole use of individual groups, family gatherings and weddings. The camp will also have its own small swimming-pool.

Activities: Clients from the Soft Adventure Camp are welcome to join at an optional extra cost, any of the offered activities at Namib Naukluft Lodge. This is the Sossusvlei Excursion early in the morning or the ‘sundowner’ drive in the late afternoon. A guided hike needs to be booked in advance at the lodge.

A very nice hiking trails is in the vicinity and leads around the mountain via Namib Naukluft Lodge, back to the Soft Adventure Camp. It takes approximately 1.5 hours. It is not allowed to drive in your own vehicle in the Private Nature Reserve.

Meals: The Soft Adventure Camp offers self-catering communal facilities. If visitors would like to join for any of the meals at Namib Naukluft Lodge, this can be arranged, should be arranged in advance in order to avoid disappointment. Optional at extra cost.
from R1250

Otjiwa Lodge

1 Review
Sleeps 92 in 25 rooms

Otjiwa Lodge captures Namibia’s natural beauty, with fascinating scenery and the charm of rustic luxury. Personal care and excellent...
Otjiwa Lodge captures Namibia’s natural beauty, with fascinating scenery and the charm of rustic luxury. Personal care and excellent home-style cuisine will make you feel instantly at home when breakfast and dinner is served in our dining room. A cosy lounge and bar next to our romantic swimming pool, overlooking the savannah bushveld and Omboroko Mountains, add to a wonderful time of relaxation and indulgence.

The lodge offers five modern two-bed chalets, reflecting indigenous African style with amazing panoramic views. All rooms are privately situated and feature an en-suite bathroom, minibar and air-conditioning.

The Nest is a stylishly decorated and fully equipped modern house, situated privately in the bush area. This four-bedroom self-catering unit provides sleeping facilities for up to 16 guests and is ideal for a group of friends or a family. A swimming pool with barbecue area, surrounded by big trees, provides the refreshing relaxation you need after a long warm African day.

Eagles Rest features seven fully equipped self-catering units that vary from four- to six-bedroom houses. Each house is beautifully decorated in warm African style. The sleeper-decorated open-plan kitchen offers everything needed to cook up a storm, including an outside open fireplace. From your bedroom, walk out onto the open private veranda, overlooking true bushveld beauty and gorgeous sunsets.

Otjiwa campsite is situated underneath big acacia trees next to a beautiful riverbed, where the setting of the sun creates a perfect atmosphere for true relaxation. For real a African camping adventure, there is no electricity available. The large campsites, ideal for bigger groups or families, are covered with clean river sand and include a private fireplace and washing area. A well-planned ablution area with separate bathrooms for men and women is also available. There are also smaller, more private campsites, each with its own water and fireplace as well as a smaller ablution area. All the campsites can be reached by a normal vehicle.

Amidst the backdrop of beautiful gardens, Otjiwa sets the stage for a truly romantic wedding. We offer a choice of two outdoor venues for the wedding ceremony, as well as a large hall with a fully equipped kitchen for the reception. We also offer conference and team-building facilities.

Activities include game drives, trips to the vulture hotel and education facility, rhino-tracking on foot, hiking, mountain biking, catch-and-release fishing, and bird-watching.
from R1540

Wolwedans Dunes Lodge

Sleeps 32 in 10 rooms

Nestled amidst the dunes in the heart of NamibRand Nature Reserve, and set against a backdrop of unparalleled beauty, Wolwedans provides...
Nestled amidst the dunes in the heart of NamibRand Nature Reserve, and set against a backdrop of unparalleled beauty, Wolwedans provides the perfect base from which to explore vast stretches of awe-inspiring nature. Wolwedans Dunes Lodge is located in south western Namibia, in the heart of the NamibRand Nature Reserve and on the doorstep of Sossusvlei. The camp is situated on the top of a vegetated dune belt offering fantastic vistas and panoramas. Fly-In, Safari Lodge, Desert, Wildlife, Game Drives, Safari, Ballooning, Walking /Hiking, Honeymoon, Photography, Birding The Namib Rand Nature Reserve originated as a dream of extending the desert frontiers by integrating a large number of former sheep farms and developing a sanctuary free of fences, so that once again the wildlife could roam their habitat unhindered. Inviting nature lovers from all over the world to share in this dream has always been one of our objectives, and today NamibRand is synonymous with some of Namibia's - if not Africa's - most breathtaking locations. Covering an area of some 200.000 hectares close to Sossusvlei, NamibRand is bordered by the Naukluft Park in the west and the impressive Nubib Mountain range in the East. The special attraction of the reserve is the diversity of desert landscapes. Virtually all facets of the Namib are represented here. Mountains plunging down into endless grassy plains, which are interspersed by red vegetated dunes, create a living tapestry of colours and shapes that make it a visual utopia for artists and photographers. Game species found in the reserve include gemsbok, mountain and plains zebra, springbok, red hartebeest, bat-eared fox, spotted hyena, Cape fox and African wildcats. The more rocky areas are inhabited by kudu, klipspringer, baboon and leopard, while the dunes harbour a rich and diverse micro-fauna. Over a hundred species of birds have been recorded. Once the hunting ground of the Spotted Hyena, Wolwedans takes its name from the African for 'where the wolves dance'. The very word conjures up an aura of mystery and romance which, when visiting Wolwedans, nature and the rhythm of the desert will evoke within you. Across this diverse canvas of contrasting landscapes traverse an exciting variety of large and small desert creatures - as wild and ancient as their habitat. Our portfolio of camps provides ample opportunity to meet our guests' different expectations and preferred levels of comfort - be it the rustic Dune Camp, the more elaborate Dunes Lodge or the Wolwedans Private Camp. No matter where you opt to stay, warmth and personalised service - embraced by a commitment to care for guest and nature alike - are our hallmarks. It is here, in this land of stretching blue skies, endless plains and countless creatures enacting nature's savagely exciting passion play, that you will find beauty feeding your soul, tranquillity to clear your mind and space for your imagination to fly. Visit once, and you will long to return - that is a promise. The Dunes Lodge aims at providing a unique experience close to nature, yet without compromising comfort and style. The entire lodge is constructed on wooden platforms and overlooks panoramic vistas in all directions, capturing the desert in an intimate and memorable way. The building style is a combination of wooden poles and large canvas blinds/windows that open up to the desert beyond. The lodge reflects the ambience of a tented camp, but provides the comfort and protection of a permanent building. Each of the eight spacious Chalets with en-suite bathrooms leads onto a private verandah and stretches of untouched sand. Careful selection of furniture, light coloured linen as well as the selection of accessories give the Dunes Lodge a distinct natural charm. The main complex - also built on stilts - consists of a bar and lounge, sundowner decks with a fireplace and a spacious dining room. All communal areas open out onto a verandah with a superb view of the surroundings. Five Chalets are directly accessible from the main complex by wooden walkways, also easily accessible for elderly and handicapped guests. No matter where you stay at Wolwedans, we will introduce you to this great theatre of nature and kindle ancient stirrings within you. Accompanied by experienced guides, visitors are introduced to the many facets of NamibRand Nature Reserve's desert habitat with its diverse fauna and flora - on foot, by car, or from the air in a hot-air balloon. Our interpretive scenic drives in open Landrovers or the walks with resident field-guides, reveal the wonders of the desert - as do picnics in the wild, sundowners on the dunes and dinners by candlelight. The traditional programme - providing you stay for two nights - which is earnestly recommended (if possible you should stay for three) - would entail an afternoon drive on the day of arrival, followed by a full day-safari. The lodge also lends itself to relaxing for an afternoon - the choice is entirely yours. Children over 12 welcome
from R14400
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