The camp is in a valley in Damaraland. Located east of the Skeleton Coast inland in Namibia, Damaraland stretches between the Etosha National Park in the south to Usakos. The area is known for depicting unspoiled desert mountains, plateaus and lunar landscapes.
The camp has eight tents with their own verandas, which offer an unobstructed view of the Etendeka Mountains, a truly spectacular view.
The cozy lounge and dining area is located in the large main tent. The open sides also give a beautiful panoramic view. There is also a pool here, which is ideal for cooling off in the midday heat. Dinner is often taken around a fire pit under the stars.
The northern part of Namibia's sea coast and its hinterland, which extends from Swakopmund to the Kunene, the border river to Angola in the north, is called the skeleton coast. The Skeleton Coast is part of the Namib. There are many fish in this area.
The Etosha National Park is unique within Africa. The main feature of the park is the salt pan, which is visible even from space. Even so, there is an abundant wildlife population here that gathers around waterholes, so animal sightings are guaranteed.
Namibia's scenic highlight in the middle of the Namib Desert - the Sossusvlei in the Namib Naukluft Park - is a salt-encrusted clay depression surrounded by mighty sand dunes. In 2013 the area was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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