The camp is located on the banks of the Kunene River and has a rustic luxurious style.
You will find a wonderful, quiet location right on the water under large, shady acacias. The own residential units are very spacious and have a direct view of the river. The main area offers a pool, library, and gift shop.
The Kunene River is the region's only permanent water source. Here, too, the region sometimes looks like a lunar landscape. You can feel the special atmosphere of the Namib during game drives and hikes in the Hartmann Valley. There is also a special opportunity here to ride quad bikes through the dunes and meet the "Himba" people who live on site. During boat trips through the Kuene River, crocodiles and special bird species can be encountered.
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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