Remote camp on the Angolan border combines desert with shady trees and greenery – this stylish camp is on a river. Interactions with nomadic Himba people.
Desolate beauty – look for desert lion and elephant, drive or fly to shipwrecks on the Skeleton Coast. Some describe the camp as stylishly contemporary, others say it lacks soul and vibe. But you will feel magnificently alone in the desert.
Simple camp suits the incredibly remote, starkly beautiful location; track rare desert-adapted black rhino on foot or by vehicle with specialist trackers.
The desert experience isn’t just about the rare, desert-adapted lion, elephant and rhino – it’s also about huge orange sandunes at Sossusvlei, the desolate Skeleton Coast, unusual plantlife and rock paintings. Camp designs can be dramatic, and offer a variety of experiences including walking, quad-biking and star-gazing. They usually have a pool and some have a/c. Namibia.