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Wolwedans Dune Camp provides a more down-to-earth, yet stylish, experience.  It has a natural charm, which courts the young and more adventurous traveller.

Positioned on the edge of a 250-metre-high dune, the Dune Camp sleeps 23 guests.  Tents are pitched on wooden platforms and are comfortable and spacious.

Each tented room is built on wooden platforms, raised off the ground and is comfortable and spacious.  Each tented stand contains a king-size bed and an indoor and outdoor shower, with a private deck and a small water-filled silo to cool off in.  The tented family suite is located a short walk away (just over the dunes) from the main camp and has 2 en-suite rooms and a children’s sala room, a lounge & spacious deck, plus outdoor bathrooms and 2 small water-filled silos.

The tented and wooden structures are perfectly designed for the desert, with canvas sides that can be opened to capture the cool breeze in summer, and rolled down in winter to keep you warm.

A generous deck allows for safe sleep-outs under the stars, imparting a rather civilized camping experience.

In-Room facilities:
* Private bathroom
* Indoor and outdoor showers with a hot shower
* Tea/coffee facilities
* Sitting area
* Mosquito nets
* Private deck with outdoor dining furniture
* Private water-filled silo

Establishment Facilities:
* Extraordinary views across the Namibrand Reserve
* Water-filled silos (splash pools) at each tented stand
* Communal fire pit
* Selected activities included
* All meals and selected beverages included



Area Info:

Namib Rand Nature Reserve, which is located just south of Sossusvlei, is synonymous with some of Africa’s most breathtaking locations. The special attraction of the reserve is the diversity of the landscape. Virtually all facets of the Namib are represented here, creating a living tapestry of colours and shapes that makes it a visual utopia for artists and photographers. A quote by well-known travel writer Amy Schoemann sums it up: ‘Imagine the flamboyant magnificence of the Sossusvlei dunes, the mystique and subtle beauty of the Skeleton Coast and the legendary red sands of the Kalahari synthesized into one multifaceted desert reserve and you have NamibRand, a privately owned conservation area of over 200 000 hectares. Add to it inselbergs that look like beehives dripping with chocolate sauce, vast fields of mysterious fairy circles, an intriguing history and a species-rich flora and fauna and you might have an inkling of what makes this reserve so unusual.


* Hot-air balloon trips
* Embark on a fly-in day safari
* Walking safaris
* Scenic drives and/or flights and nature walks
* Picnics in the wild
* Sundowners on the dunes
* Dinners by candlelight’

Rooms and Units Available:

Family Suite (2 rooms)

The tented family suite is located a short walk away from the main camp and has 2 en-suite rooms, a children’s sala room, a lounge & spacious deck, plus outdoor bathrooms. A Sustainability Levy applies.

Sleeps 4 Adults and 1 child

Tented Rooms

Each tented room is built on wooden platforms, raised off the ground and is comfortable and spacious. Each tented stand contains a king-size bed and an indoor and outdoor shower. A Sustainability Levy applies.

Amount of similar units: 6
Sleeps 2 Adults and 1 child

Facilities & Services available:

Honeymoon Couples
Wedding facilities
Bar on the Premises
Dining room
Curio Shop
Fireplace on the Premises
Parking (off-street - open)
Hiking / Walking Trails
Horse Riding
No Pets Allowed

Cancellation Policy:

-  If cancelling 29 days before arrival, forfeit 100% of the booking total.
-  If cancelling 45 days before arrival, forfeit 50% of the booking total.
-  If cancelling 999 days before arrival, forfeit 20% of the booking total.

Terms and Conditions

* Children 7+ years and older are welcome.
* Limited extra beds in each camp for child-sharing options.
* Children aged 7-14 years sharing a tent with 2 full-paying adults pay 25% of the adult rate.
* 2 children aged 17 and under occupying their tent pay adult rates.
* When 3rd child shares a standard tent, the first 2 will pay adult rates and the 3rd will pay 25% (as if sharing with parents).
* Note: A children’s stretcher bed will be allocated to the reservation which sleeps children aged 7-14 years only, subject to availability. Tents can only accommodate 1 stretcher bed, sleeping a child max of 50 kgs. Extra beds are limited
* The Sustainability Levy includes a NamibRand Nature Reserve Park Fee and the balance is allocated to the Wolwedans Foundation to drive its 5Cs Sustainability, as outlined through ‘The AridEden Project’ website: www.arideden.org. This levy applies to every night at Wolwedans across all camps and is not discounted for the Linger Longer special offer. Extra Charge at NAD 1450.00 Per adult per night and NAD 725 per child per night. Will be paid on arrival.
* All rates are quoted in Namibian Dollars and are subject to change without prior notice. Activities are not commissionable.
* Activities are based on 2 to 4 people sharing. We endeavour to ensure that all guests are happy and have the full Wolwedans experience and recommend a 3 if not 4-night stay.
* These activities can be pre-booked or booked on-site.
* NB: We do not offer guided trips to Sossusvlei due to distance. It is a 2-hour drive to the Sesriem gate and then another 45 minutes to reach Sossusvlei itself. We recommend spending a night near Sesriem should you wish to visit Sossusvlei; please let us know and we can advise.


From Windhoek you travel South via Rehoboth, Kobos, Klein Aub, Rietoog and Bllspoort ( B 1, C 24, 47, 1206) onto the D 854.

Where you intercept the D36 turn left and after some 5 km's turn right onto the D845. Travel some 16 km's and turn left onto the D 826.
You stay on the 826 heading South until you reach the first NamibRand signboard.
Remain on this road for approx. 20 km until you see The Camp Mwisho gate (Ballooning).

If your destination is Wolwedans Dune Camp/Lodge you continue on the D 826 for another 30 km where you will find the Wolwedans gate on the right hand side.

Ignore the small house on the left and follow the signs to the Wolwedans farmhouse/reception which is another 20 km's from the gate.

From here you will be transferred to the Wolwedans Dune Camp or Wolwedans Dune Lodge. Please don't leave the main road!

Should you come from Swakopmund, you turn off the D36 to your left onto the D845. Alternatively travel from Sesriem on the D 826.

Coming from Windhoek you can alternatively choose the scenic routes via Gamsberg Pass, Spreetshoogte Pass or Remhoogte Pass all ending at Solitaire. From Solitaire you head South via D 36 and 845 to D 826. From Swakopmund or Walfish Bay you will travel on C 14 and D 36 via Solitaire to D 845 and 826.

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Children Policy

We regret no children under the age of 7.
Children aged between 7 and 17 pay 25% of the sliding scale rate.
Children aged between 18 and 18 pay 100% of the sliding scale rate.

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  • Accommodation Type: Game Lodge
  • Sleeps: 23
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM