This camp is located in the Palmwag Conservation Area which is 3,000 square meters. The skeleton coast of Namibia offers wonderful impressions and landscapes.
Despite the desert, you can find numerous animals here. Desert lions, desert elephants, giraffes and hyenas. On the other hand, with a bit of luck, you can spot whales and sea lions in the Atlantic.
The camp itself is very exclusively furnished and offers a very high standard with eight modern tents. The property can only be reached by a small plane, which makes it special. The camp is a little higher up and has a wonderful view of the landscape and the animals that live here. You can get closer to this on game drives or hikes.
This camp offers tents of different sizes, in which you can have a wonderful time as a couple or with a whole family. All accommodations offer their own veranda and various seating options. In the main area there is also a pool, a bar, a fireplace and a campfire.
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 in 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 at 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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