Situated adjacent to the oldest desert in the world, Sossusvlei Lodge is a luxurious retreat in a premier area in Namibia. Shaded by camel-thorn trees the eco-friendly lodge blends in perfectly with the spectacular desert surrounds.
Accommodation is in spacious en-suite rooms, each with its own patio from were guests can enjoy magnificent views. A dip in the pool or an ice-cold beer under the shady trees in the Acacia beer garden makes for perfect relaxation after a day’s activities. The open-air terrace offers magnificent views of the floodlit waterhole where you can watch the passing parade of oryx, springbok, jackal, ground squirrel and hyena.
Activities include guided Sossusvlei trips, hot air ballooning, eco-friendly quad biking, nature drives, sundowner trips, bush dinners, guided sunset walks, archery, stargazing and scenic flights.
Wolwedans Dune Camp occupies a pristine setting on the edge of a 250-metre high dune in Sossusvlei. The charm of the camp lies in its tranquil, intimate atmosphere, capturing the romance of a bygone era.
Accommodation is in comfortable and spacious en-suite canvas units, each boasting a generous deck allowing for safe sleep-outs under the stars. The main tent houses a lounge, dining area and an open-plan kitchen where you can chat to the chef while he prepares lavish meals. Guests can also gather around the campfire on the sundowner deck to enjoy a cold drink and share stories of the day in true African tradition.
Activities include game-viewing and day safaris.
Wolwedans Dune Lodge
The Wolwedans Dunes Lodge is perched on top of a dune plateau in the Sossusvlei, in a location which opens up panoramic vistas in all directions caputuring the beauty of the desert in a most memorable way.
The lodge reflects the ambience of a tented camp, but provides the comfort and protection of a permanent building. Accommodation is in spacious en-suite chalets each with a private veranda connecting guests to vast stretches of untouched sand. The main guest areas consists of two lounges, a number of sundowner decks, a fireplace, a tea deck, a library, the wine cellar and two dining rooms. The lodge also has a swimming pool, and all communal areas of the lodge open out onto decks with superb views.
Activities include game-viewing and day safaris.
Mowani Mountain Camp
Mowani Mountain Camp is situated in a beautiful desert setting near the historical site of Twyfelfontein in Damaraland. Twyfelfontein is one of the most reknowned rock engraving sites in Southern Africa, and nearby to the camp guests can visit rare examples of Bushmen engravings and paintings occurring together.
Accommodation at Mowani Mountain Camp is in luxury en-suite tented units, each beautifully decorated in East African style, with a wooden deck offering an open view of the wonderful Damara landscape. Guests can relax on the pool deck whilst enjoying a refreshing drink and admiring breathtaking views. From the moment guests arrive at Mowani they will be spoiled with the services and attention of the staff who will go out of their way to make every stay as enjoyable as humanly possible.
Adventures and activities available at Mowani include guided nature drives in search of the elusive desert elephant and hiking through magnificent scenery.
Hidden within the enormous Hartmann Valley, overlooking the bubbling rapids of the Kunene River and yet surrounded by the lunar-like infinity of the Namib Desert, Serra Cafema is one of the most remote and surreal destinations in all of Africa. A visit here is a journey into the latent elements of the soul, a pathway of discovery and re-discovery - a winding track of rejuvenation at every turn.
Serra Cafema is an intimate, peaceful camp with a unique mix of rustic and luxury elements nestled amongst the shady Albida trees on the banks of the Kunene. Accommodation consists of riverside Meru-style en-suite villas on spacious, elevated decks. The Serra Cafema Ozonganda, or main area, comprises indoor and outdoor dining areas, sunken lounge, library, and swimming pool, all sharing views of the Kunene River.
Activities at Serra Cafema revolve around the exploration of surrounding Namib Desert sands and the lush oases along the river. Nature drives and guided quad-bike excursions through the fragile dunes allow guests to experience the true Namib in its unbridled glory. Boating trips on the Kunene River, mountain walks, and visits to the Himba settlement can also be arranged.
Okahirongo River Camp
The Okahirongo River Camp is situated at the heart of the Kaokoland Mountains in the spectacular Marienfluss Valley. Overlooking the Otupambua Rapids, the camp is perfectly positioned to take advantage of stupendous views of surrounding landscapes which is dotted with elegant palm trees. Okahirongo River Camp is the ideal fly-in destination for tourists and travellers seeking an ultimate and exclusive hideaway in the spectacular and most northern area of Kaokoveld.
Accommodation at Okahirongo River Camp is in luxury en-suite safari units, each with a huge viewing deck overlooking the river. The main complex is positioned at the top of the rapids and has 2 lounges, a library, curio shop and a dining room with fabulous views of the river. Guests can also enjoy the centrally-located swimming, or can unwind on the spacious sun-deck.
One of the highlights of a stay at Okahirongo River Camp is a visit to a Himba tribal village. Other activities include guided game drives into the mountains and red dunes of Marienfluss, boat cruises down the Kunene river, guided walks, and scenic flights to the nearby Epupa Falls.
Okahirongo Elephant Lodge
Okahirongo Elephant Lodge is situated on the banks of the Hoarusib River in the Puros Conservancy, 55km from the coast and around 200km south of the Kunene River. One of Namibia's most remote destinations, the lodge can be reached and can be reached by a 4x4 vehicle or on a flight from Windhoek and is an ideal place to connect with the vast spaces of Namibia. Springbok, gemsbok and ostrich can all be viewed nearby, whilst Namibian desert adapted elephants traverse the dry riverbed on their way to fresh water springs.
En-suite accommodation is luxurious and decorated with a rich and sensuous fusion of ochre, honey and sand colours. Locally carved furnishing adds to the romance and excitement of the pervading African ambience. The lodge has a spectacular wraparound view, and guests can spend time lazing around the pool, reading a book in the cool comfort of the library, relaxing in one of the 2 open air lounges, or having a body massage. Most of the fresh produce served in the lodge comes from the lodge's organic garden and fresh bread and muffins are baked every day.
Activities include morning, afternoon and night game/nature drives and sunrise and sunset drives. There are also bird watching and hiking trails in and around the Hoarusib Valley and surrounding mountains. Highlights of Okahirongo Elephant Lodge include tracking the rare desert-adapted elephants or visiting a nearby Himba village.
Onguma is situated on the eastern side of Etosha, bordering Fisher's Pan, in the Enguma Game Reserve which boasts more than 20,000 hectares of protected land and wildlife. Kudu, giraffe, eland, oryx, hartebeest, zebra, and impala roam freely, and predators such as lion, cheetah, leopard are all common residents of the area.
The lodge features a range of comfortable en-suite accommodation to suit all travellers. Guest areas are spacious and provide a great place to relax. The lodge is surrounded by various waterholes ensuring fantastic photographic opportunities and the thrill of seeing some of the largest mammals in the world.
Activities include game drives on Onguma Game Reserve, and nature drives into Etosha National Park where guests have the opportunity to view game and scenery in the largest national park in Namibia.
Ongava Lodge is situated along the southern boundary of Etosha National Park in the privately-owned Ongava Game Reserve. Cleverly constructed on a small hill, the lodge occupies a beautiful vantage point overlooking a waterhole and the plains beyond. The Ongava Game Reserve features all the characteristic wildlife of the area, including both desert-adapted black and white rhinos, and lions.
Accommodation at Ongava Lodge consists of attractive en-suite chalets built out of brick, rock and thatch. The main lounge, bar and dining areas all offer impressive views of the waterhole and surrounding plains. From the elevated position guests can enjoy watching the host of thirsty wildlife which congregate to drink around the waterhole.
Activities at Ongava Lodge revolve around day and night wildlife-viewing drives, visiting hides that overlook waterholes and walks with experienced guides. A hide at the camp waterhole provides superb photographic opportunities.