Namibia Lodges

In Namibia, you’ll come to appreciate the beauty of desolation. This country offers an unforgettable sense of space – wide open desert, limitless skies with an impossible amount of stars, and sunsets that you’ll struggle to match anywhere else in the world.

By day, ride the infinite dunes on a quad bike or enjoy game drives while you appreciate the specially-adapted desert wildlife. Or, simply soak up the scorching African heat before cooling off in your very own plunge pool. Go on a cultural exploration meeting indigenous tribes like the Himba up north, or explore the German influence that permeates the country in unique towns like Swakopmund.

In the evening, watch the sun go down over the desert dunes while sipping on a G&T, and then marvel at a star-studded sky like you’ve never seen before. Everywhere you go, expect exquisite settings, over-the-top luxurious accommodation and spectacular game viewing.

Safari Scapes Namibia


Sossusvlei Desert Lodge

If you’re longing for open spaces, dramatic sand dunes, unforgettable sunsets, quad biking, hot air balloon rides and more, the Sossusvlei Desert Lodge is for you. Surrounded by the mountains and dunes of the desolately beautiful Namib Desert, this perfect serene oasis is also the ultimate in luxury.

Little Kulala

Whereas the Sossusvlei Desert Lodge is closer to the mountains, Little Kulala is closer to the sand dunes, giving you a different feel altogether. You can explore the dramatic desert landscape on quad bikes, nature drives, by hot air balloon, or even on foot. Dining under the stars with the huge Namibian sky as your backdrop as an absolute highlight.

Sera Cafema

This exclusive camp is one of the most remote in all of Southern Africa, offering you utter peace away from daily life. It makes full use of its location on the Kunene River in northern Namibia, which attracts a vast range of wildlife looking for respite from the stark Namibian desert. The moonlike landscape that surrounds you is unlike anything else on earth and you can explore it first hand on a quad bike. The lodge also offers one of the best Himba cutural experiences in Namibia.

Little Ongava

Situated in a private reserve on the border of Etosha Pan, this camp lets you visit the huge open salt pan where you’ll see incredible game viewing of the Big Five, including great sightings of the black rhino. Little Ongava only takes between six and eight people, so you’re in for an exclusive experience with exceptional personal attention from staff.

Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp

In a remote area of the Kaokoveld, in a land of bare mountains, gravel-strewn plains and dry riverbeds that draw fascinating wildlife, lies Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp. Both the eight large en-suite tents (including one family unit) with shaded outdoor lounges and the main area and swimming pool look out over rugged scenery: a wide valley that slopes down to the almost-always dry Hoanib River.


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