The Skeleton Coast is Namibia’s least visited National Park making it raw and rugged and entirely empty of tourist traffic, but it is undeniably alluring and unique in its coastal desert way. The Namib meets the Atlantic Ocean in the form of ancient rising dunes, which become shrouded in mist from the sea and blanket the shipwreck-lined coastline with an eerie chill. Each of the 10 rooms at Shipwreck Lodge are designed to look like shipwrecks themselves to blend in with the surroundings. There is Wi-Fi, a swimming pool, a restaurant, and supremely comfortable accommodation with views of the desert sand all the way to the sea.
Incredibly, the Skeleton Coast, which has claimed thousands of ships in the past, is inhabited by elephant, oryx, kudu, giraffe, even lion, and most iconically, Cape fur seals. This region is the only place on earth where desert-adapted lions roam, preying on equally as adapted wildlife, including seals. Activities at Skeleton Lodge include trips along the coast to visit Suiderkus and Karimona shipwrecks, which lie as ruins buried in the sand. Wildlife-orientated activities include game drives in the Skeleton Coast National Park, excursions along the Hoarusib River to track desert-adapted elephant, 4x4 journeys to the seal colony at Mowe Bay, the Clay Castles, and the Hoanib River Delta. Bird watchers arrive at the Skeleton Coast during the summer months when unpredictable rainfall is likely to clear the fog and reveal the migratory species in the area. Tie Shipwreck Lodge in with a Sossusvlei and Etosha safari itinerary and see three wholly unique parts of the world in one country: Namibia.
Okahirongo Elephant Lodge is remote and luxurious; the ideal lodge for guests seeking a quiet and peaceful hide-away. Small and personal, it caters for only 18 guests. The suites at Okahirongo Elephant Lodge are romantic and beautifully decorated.
Cape Cross Lodge is situated only meters from the fertile Atlantic Ocean and offers visitors a unique location. This harsh and vast untamed wilderness on the Skeleton Coast offers a once in a lifetime experience.
Serra Cafema is a luxurious camp situated in the enormous Hartmann Valley, overlooking the Kunene River. The area offers unique landscapes and magnificent views of the Namib Desert. Private and exclusive and perhaps one of the most remote places on the continent.
Ntwala Island Lodge is without a doubt one of the most luxurious lodges in the area. Ntwala Island Lodge is private and secluded situated on a beautiful island in the Caprivi Strip, consisting of four luxurious suites each offering a private plunge pool.
Susuwe Island Lodge offers a unique and romantic location on the peaceful Kwando River in north eastern Namibia. Susuwe Island Lodge is a small luxurious lodge and offers only six chalets promising a personal safari experience.
Impalila Island Lodge offers a remote and peaceful river island location. The lodge is ideal for honeymooners or guests celebrating a special occasion; private and exclusive. The area offers a variety of waterways, floodplains and bushveld as well as exceptional birdlife, game viewing and Chobe Rive...
Spend your honeymoon star gazing, taking photos of red sand dunes, game spotting and admiring the barren beaty of the Namib desert. Namibia is pristine, desolate and romantic. This 12 night honeymoon package is top of our list.
This 22 night all encompassing self-drive itinerary is the ideal family adventure. From red sand dunes, to the wildlife reserve of Etosha and the sparse Namib Desert ; Namibia touches the soul. Take a hot air balloon ride over the dunes and get to know the local inhabitants of the desert.