Hoanib Valley Camp | Kaokoveld

Located in one of the most beautiful areas of Namibia, the camp and its surrounds are truly breathtaking with many visitors feeling time spent here is a life affirming experience. The north western area, Kaokoland, is identified by its vast open desert wilderness, towering dunes and swathes of rocky mountains. Tucked into the backdrop are six guest tents exuding a modern safari style that reflects their surrounds in the furnishing and design.

Your days are spent exploring this spectacular area, understanding its unique geology, wildlife and culture. Home to one of the last great nomadic tribes, the iconic Himba, as well as the indentifiable Herero, there is plenty of opportunity for cultural interaction. The Giraffe Conservation Foundation, with whom this is a joint venture, add a wealth of specialist knowledge to your morning and afternoon drives, searching for the desert adapted elephant, giraffe, lion, black rhino and mountain zebra. Alternatively there are few better places to spend restful time contemplating the beauty around you than from the privacy of your veranda before enjoying exceptional hosting and dining.

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Your Stay

1 Night

Bed and Breakfast

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Campsite

Spoken Languages: English

No. Rooms: 6

Special Interests: Adventure, Wildlife

Skeleton Coast Shipwreck Lodge | Skeleton Coast

The lodge is located in the famous Skeleton Coast Central Concession between the Hoarusib and Hoanib Rivers in the Skeleton Coast Park, only 45 km north of Möwe Bay. The lodge is situated on the southern bank of the Huarusib River Mouth, nestled between the dunes with a view of the Atlantic
Ocean where the cold Benguela current pushes a refreshing breeze over the shipwreck shaped cabins. The size of the concession area is approximately 146,600 hectares situated in North Western Namibia.

Parking and Pick-up point

Vehicles of self-drive guests are parked under cover at the pickup point situated at Möwe Bay. Fly-In guests will also be picked up at Möwe Bay. You will then be transferred the 45km north to the Shipwreck Lodge in a closed game drive vehicle.

Möwe Bay GPS co-ordinates: 19°03’52,3” S & 12°35’03,4” E
Lodge emergency contact number: +264 (0)81 260 0830.

Pick-up times
The Pickup times from Möwe Bay to the Lodge will be at:
11:00 OR 15:00
Departure times from Shipwreck Lodge to Möwe Bay will be at:
09:00

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Your Stay

2 Nights

Full Board Plus - Dinner, Bed, Breakfast, Lunch and Activities

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Lodge

Spoken Languages: Afrikaans, English

No. Rooms: 10

Special Interests: Beach / Coastal, Fishing, Leisure, Nature

Hoanib Valley Camp | Kaokoveld

Located in one of the most beautiful areas of Namibia, the camp and its surrounds are truly breathtaking with many visitors feeling time spent here is a life affirming experience. The north western area, Kaokoland, is identified by its vast open desert wilderness, towering dunes and swathes of rocky mountains. Tucked into the backdrop are six guest tents exuding a modern safari style that reflects their surrounds in the furnishing and design.

Your days are spent exploring this spectacular area, understanding its unique geology, wildlife and culture. Home to one of the last great nomadic tribes, the iconic Himba, as well as the indentifiable Herero, there is plenty of opportunity for cultural interaction. The Giraffe Conservation Foundation, with whom this is a joint venture, add a wealth of specialist knowledge to your morning and afternoon drives, searching for the desert adapted elephant, giraffe, lion, black rhino and mountain zebra. Alternatively there are few better places to spend restful time contemplating the beauty around you than from the privacy of your veranda before enjoying exceptional hosting and dining.

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  • Rooms
  • Facilities

Your Stay

1 Night

Full Board Plus - Dinner, Bed, Breakfast, Lunch and Activities

Fast Facts

Campsite

Spoken Languages: English

No. Rooms: 6

Special Interests: Adventure, Wildlife

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