Full Details

At a Glance

From ZAR 13 904 pp/pn

  • Just eight tents with views of the rugged valley and rocky outcrops

  • Desert adapted lion, elephant and brown hyena

  • Safari activities


  • Family friendly

  • Skeleton Coast excusions

  • Stunning location

In a remote area of the Kaokoveld, with gravel-strewn plains and dry riverbeds that draw fascinating wildlife, lies Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp. Game drives explore this isolated area, moving along the riverbed’s narrow ribbon of vegetation, where a surprising wealth of desert-adapted animals can be found; in camp the research centre provides even more insights.

 

Rooms

Eight large en-suite tents (including one family tent) includes a king size or twin beds with mosquito nets, easy chairs, writing desk, tea & coffee making facilities.  Send you afternoons lounging on your private veranda whilst enjoying a cool drink from your personal bar as your watch the ever changing desert scene before you.


The family tents consist of two tents both with en-suite facilities, one king size or twin beds, with the second tent habving twin beds only.



 

Facilities

The main camp includes a lodge pool for lazing next to on the hot afternoons, a camp waterhole in which to view the desert wildlife coming down to drink. A outdoor lounge, dining area and bar with views of the waterhole. 


The camp also has a camp fire in which to enjoy a pre dinner drink with your fellow guests.

 

Activities

Nature drives showcase the magnitude of the landscape and offer the best possibilities of seeing desert-adapted wildlife.


Nature walks from camp take in the magnificent surrounds as well as offer a glimpse at vestiges of the Strandloper (Beachcomber) lifestyle from hundreds of years ago. It is also a good opportunity to study the smaller creatures and the fascinating plant life of the concession.


On a stay of three or more nights, full-day excursions to the Skeleton Coast are offered. The fascinating 4x4 trip to the coast takes you via the wilderness of the Hoanib River and floodplain, the dune fields and Klein Oasis, while the Skeleton Coast itself reveals huge Cape fur seal colonies and shipwreck remains. Weather-dependent, a flight back to camp can offer a magnificent perspective of your journey from the air.


A trip to the desert oases offers an inviting respite from the dry surrounds of the desert and the chance to see wildlife coming to drink. These full-day trips are undertaken in our semi-closed game drive vehicles, with a stop for a picnic at a scenic spot along the way.

 

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Facts

No. Rooms

8

Children

6 years and over

Childminding

No

Twin Beds

Yes

Triples

No

Private Pool

No

Lodge Pool

Yes

Air-Conditioning

No

Room Fan

Yes

Indoor Shower

Yes

Outdoor Shower

No

Bath

No

In-Room Safe

Yes

In-Room Fireplace

No

In-Room TV

No

In-Room Massage

No

Spa

No

What's included:
  • Accommodation

  • All meals

  • Twice daily scheduled camp activities

  • Park fees

  • Laundry

  • Namibian VAT & Tourism Levy, 

  • Local drinks

Gym Equipment

No

Personal Bar

Yes

Telephone

No

Hairdryer

No

Laundry

Included

Check In / Check Out

14h00 / 10h00

Wheelchair Access

No

Power

220v AC

Internet Access

Yes

Credit Cards

Visa, Mastercard

Malaria Area

Yes

Airstrip

Yes

Sleep Out Platform

No

Private 4x4 Safari Vehicle

Depending on availability/extra cost

Land Based Activities

Game Drives, Bush Walks, Skeleton Coast Excursion

Water Based Activities

N/a

Optional Activities

Skeleton Coast Excursion (if not included)

What's not included:
  • Premium imported drink brands

  • Champagne

 

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