In Namibia we use a fantastic selection of remote and intimate desert-style camps in six main regions. In the must-visit Sossusvlei area there are a number of spectacular camps to choose from and some of our favourites are Little Kulala, Sossusvlei Wilderness Camp, Sossusvlei Mountain Lodge and Wolvedans. All offer a chance to imbibe the desert air, vistas and quietness.
Further north in Swakopmund we use quaint German-heritage hotels such as the Hansa Hotel, and in Damaraland where location is all important when in search of desert-adapted black rhino or elephant we use Desert Rhino Camp, Damaraland Camp and Doro Nawas. In exploring the more remote regions of north west Namibia we use two of our favourite destinations: Skeleton Coast Camp and Serra Cafema.
In Etosha we favour the Ongava reserve and one of the four camps situated here, while in the Waterberg region we have access to the popular cheetah rehabilitation and research projects.
Namibia is a hyper arid country where water is a scarce resource and where the sun is abundant. As a result, we only use camps with strict environmental policies that harness renewable energy and exercise restraint in water usage.