Shipwreck Lodge

Location: Skeleton Coast
No of rooms: 10 luxury rooms – 8 twin rooms and 2 family tents (children from 6+ welcome)
Style: Remote camp, with all the luxuries – en suite rooms and pool in the main mess area.
Highlights: Excellent conservational importance for black rhino, Hartmanns Mountain Zebra and the black faced impala.
Dining: Under the stars or in the mess.

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This stunning area on the Skeleton Coast has been described as eerie and mysterious but truly is a breath-taking area. It is where the dry and arid conditions of the desert meet the vastly contrasting Atlantic Coast shores. The clash of wet and dry conditions is simply beautiful. The lodge itself if located between the Hoanib and Hoarusib rivers and area incredibly important with the conservation of not only the black rhino but black faced impala, elephant and the Hartmann’s mountain Zebra.

Each luxury room are all en-suite, including showers, flushing loos and running water. Every room is styled in the form of a wrecked ship, in keeping with its infamous shores of the Skeleton Coast littered with the remains of passing ships. They even have a small wood burning stove, in preparation for those chilly mornings and evenings that you may encounter.

Activities you can enjoy whilst staying on the Skeleton Coast include gam drives through the Skeleton Coast National Park, sumptuous sundowners ontop of vast sand dunes, 4×4 excursions to the Hoanib River Delta, Mowe Bay Seal colony and to the Clay Castles. You can even visit some of the more infamous shipwrecks along the coast such as the Suiderkus and Karimona shipwrecks. You are even able to track desert adapted elephants that have made their home in such arid conditions.

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