This luxurious camp is the most famous in the Kulala Game Reserve. There are 11 suites built on raised terraces with a private pool, air conditioning, bathroom and open-air shower.
The vastness of the desert, the nearby dunes and the mountains give you a wonderful feeling of seclusion. The Namib-Naukluft Park borders this camp with its 210 square kilometers.
From the camp you can see a water point, where with a little luck you can see some animals such as You can see springboks, jackals and spotted hyenas. Excursions to Sossusvlei, safaris, night safaris and guided hikes are possible. A hot air balloon tour is also a highlight in the area.
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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