The upmarket Namib Naukluft Lodge is located on 13 000 hectare farm in the heart of the Namib Desert. A stunning scenery invites a visitor to walks and nature drives. You will enjoy your stay in unexpected comfort and friendly hospitality. Each of the 16 tastefully furnished rooms offer en suite facilities and a private spacious verandah with a striking view. Relax in the lounge and enjoy a typical sundowner on the main verandah or at the bar. Excellent traditional meals are served in the restaurant of Namib Naukluft Lodge, the adjacent verandah or in the boma from the open fire.
The Namib Naukluft Lodge offers a variety of activities and we recommend a stay of two to three full days.
An early morning rise enables you to enjoy the ever changing pastel colours of the beautiful scenery. Use the morning hours for an easy climb to the top of one of the adjacent granite hills or a walk in the vicinity. Explore the diverse flora and fauna, where the trees grow seemingly out of stones. Relax at the crystal-clear swimming pool during the heat of the day. During the late afternoon you may join a sundowner drive to the natural marble mountains near the lodge. Listen to the evening sounds of the barking gecko - a concert never to be forgotten. The clear night sky invites you to an unreal stargazing experience.
Directions to Namib Naukluft Lodge:
Take the main road B1 going south, and turn right into the road C24 after Rehoboth. In about 36 km turn into the road 1261 going through Reemhoogte Pass. Later you join road C14 and after Solitaire petrol station you turn into C36 road. The lodge is approximately 17 km (signposted) from Solitaire.
Facilities, statistics and activities at Namib Naukluft Lodge:
Member of Hospitality Association of Namibia, 41 beds are available in the 16 rooms (12 double, 2 family units and 2 single rooms), swimming pool, restaurant, tours to Namib Naukluft National Park, hiking trails, nature drives. A 1150 m landing strip is located near the lodge. Daily Sossusvlei/Sesriem Canyon excursions in 4x4 overland vehicle, 9 hole golf course, sundowner drives to Marble Mountain, Zebra walking trail.
Rates: on request
|Bed and breakfast or dinner, bed and breakfast|
person in a double/triple or single rooms
|Activities per person|
|Scenic desert drive||-|
|Hot air balloon trips||Click here for details|
Sossusvlei excursion (the price includes full picnic breakfast in the dunes and entrance
fees): per person: on request
Duration: approximately 7 hours.
Special meals can be booked in advance. Rates are subject to change without prior notice should tax be increased or Government levies introduced.
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Contact & reservations:
Reservations are only accepted in writing: by fax or via e-mail.
Final availability confirmation: in writing: by fax or via e-mail.
Terms & conditions, Payment options and Cancellation policy
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