Namib Desert Lodge, Sossusvlei, Namibia  Verified Listing

Sossusvlei Hardap Namibia

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Garden
Bath towels
Patio
Linen
Covid-19 H&S Certified
Swimming Pool
Cleaning service
Parking on Premises
Game Drives
Hiking/Walking trails
Vegetarian
Wheelchair Friendly
Vegan
Dining Area
24hr Security
Safety Deposit Box
Aircon
Bar
Concierge
Hairdryer
No smoking
Restaurant
Tea and coffee facilities

A comfortable sojourn is guaranteed by 65 en suite rooms with air conditioning. Our accommodation is air-conditioned, mostly twin bedded rooms, with some family rooms. The rooms overlook either vast desert landscapes or the fossilised dunes. Shaded camping sites under acacia trees at the bank of a dry riverbed are available for campers.

In Room Facilities:

All the rooms have air-conditioners, en-suite bathrooms (showers) and a veranda. The rooms have twin beds. The lodge has one wheel chair friendly room.

Area Information:

The Namib Desert - pale green shrubs and trees on the banks of dry rivers against the backdrop of reddish mountains of sand. In Gondwana Namib Park (100 square km) the fossilised dunes of the ancient Namib meet the active ones of the young Namib. A sea of dunes surges in the West, while in the East vast plains reach out to distant mountains.

Enclosed by the waves of a sea of red sand a lake glistens deep down in the valley of dunes - this is where the seasonal Tsauchab River ends; lined by trees it meanders through the dunes from the east. At Sossusvlei the river's course to the sea is blocked by the highest dunes on earth. It rarely happens - only after abundant rainfalls - that the clay pan of Sossusvlei fills with water. In neighbouring Dead Vlei, however, the dry branches of dead camel thorn trees rise towards the sky.

Property Facilities:

Namib Desert Lodge has two swimming pools, a salt and a fresh water pool. The restaurant and bar have an inviting terrace with magnificent views. Oryx antelope and springbok make frequent appearances at our illuminated watering place.

Attractions:

Dune Drive: Discover the fossilised dunes, the red dunes above the plateau and the many other wonders of the Namib Desert on this drive around Gondwana Namib Park.
Enclosed by the waves of a sea of red sand a lake glistens deep down in the valley of dunes - this is where the seasonal Tsauchab River ends; lined by trees it meanders through the dunes from the east. At Sossusvlei the river's course to the sea is blocked by the highest dunes on earth. It rarely happens - only after abundant rainfalls - that the clay pan of Sossusvlei fills with water. In neighbouring Dead Vlei, however, the dry branches of dead camel thorn trees rise towards the sky.

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Property Type Bed and Breakfast, Guest Lodge, Glamping
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