Skeleton Coast Camp - Package Rates only on request.
Nestled in one of the planet’s most inhospitable yet hauntingly beautiful places, Skeleton Coast Camp is the only camp which lies within the 300 000-hectare Skeleton Coast Park. Set out along the banks of the ephemeral Hoarusib River, the accommodation consists of six Meru-style tents with spacious bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms.
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Serra Cafema Camp - Package USD 6,635 - 4 Nights
Serra Cafema Camp is located in the extreme, remote north of Namibia, where mountains of largely folded metamorphic rock are cut through by rivers - including the Kunene River, the border between Namibia and Angola. In rainy years, the large Marienfluss and Hartmann's valleys become grassy expanses, but generally their flat topographies are covered by sand broken only by a few tough grasses, shrubs and the mysterious 'fairy circles'. In this isolated region, the Himba people continue their nomadic, traditional way of life.
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Doro Nawas Camp - Package USD 3,400 - 4 Nights
By day Doro Nawas Camp commands spectacular views of the Etendeka Mountains to the north and the red sandstone cliffs of Twyfelfontein in the south. A World Heritage Site, the prehistoric rock art of the San at Twyfelfontein offers a fascinating insight into Africa's ancient heritage.
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Damaraland Camp - Package USD 4,365 - 4 Nights
Accommodation at Damaraland Camp consists of 10 adobe-styled, thatched units each raised on individual wooden decking - part of which extends out to form a large viewing deck with magnificent vistas. Recently refurbished, each tent has en-suite facilities (shower only), a walk-in dressing area and built-in fan. Mosquito repellent is also provided.
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Okahirongo River Camp
Okahirongo River Camp is an eco-friendly lodge built on a sweeping ridge and opening up to breathtaking views of the Kunene River. Tucked far into the north-western reaches of Namibia, the Marienfluss region is a remote wilderness area where the rough roads and lack of facilities keep travellers at bay.
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