Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp

Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp

Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp is located in the remote resort of Kaokoveld in Namibia where a wild variety of wildlife is attracted to the dry plains. The resort is a place of exclusive luxury with only eight well-equipped tents that look out over the pool and the rugged valley slopes.

Luxury camping

The camp is fully solar-powered and with the neighbouring areas of Anabeb, Torra and Sesfontein, conservation areas is dedicated to preserving the desert lions, hyenas, birds and other wildlife.

You can stay in canvas and timber rooms, each of which is well-equipped with sofas, chairs and beds. They can be opened to the outside to fully feel close to nature. With luxury furniture and fittings, ensuite facilities and kitchens, they resemble a luxury hotel room, far from the traditional image of camping. With just eight tents, including a family tent, you can be assured of relaxed exclusivity.

Explore nature’s beauty

Evenings centre around the mess area where delicious food is served. Eat, drink and tell stories around the nightly campfire.

Most visitors spend their days exploring the stunning natural environment of the nature reserve. Take nature walks to explore the dunes, watch wildlife and wander amongst the flora of the region. Meet wildlife researchers and learn about their work to preserve the natural environment.

Skeleton Coast excursion

A full-day excursion to the Skeleton Coast on a 4x4 vehicle is a real holiday highlight here at Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp. Drive through the wilderness, past the oasis, and across dunes to reach the coast where you can see seal colonies and shipwrecks. Fly back to camp to view nature from the air.

Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp is for couples, groups and families who love exploring the African wilderness and want camp-style living with luxury amenities, good food and great company.

before you go

Everything you need to know before planning your dream trip

When to travel
Visit Botswana during their dry months of April to August. Julyto October is the best time for game viewing in Namibia, however, bird-watchers should schedule a visit here between November and December. In Zambia expect the falls to be at their peak between March and May, with May to October being the months for game viewing, with some parks potentially closing between November to April due to flooding
How to get there
All routes go via Johannesburg (approx 11 hours) on British Airways, Virgin Atlantic or South African Airways, with easy and short onward flights to all destinations.

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