Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp
Palmwag Concession, Namibia - Classic 4
Located in the most remote part of the Kaokoveld – a land of mountains, vast plains, and dry riverbeds inhabited by fascinating wildlife – Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp lies on the transient Hoanib River. Just seven twin-bedded tents and one family unit with en-suite bathrooms look out over rugged scenery.
The area is explored by vehicle. on foot and in the air* with game drives discovering the wealth of desert-adapted life: elephant, giraffe and antelope followed by lion, leopard and cheetah. Guests can unravel the enigmatic history of the original Strandlopers ("Beachcombers"), their stone circles lying in hidden valleys, marvel at the ancient welwitschia plant, follow the great herds and savour landscapes that unfold untouched for hundreds of kilometres.
Hoanib Skeleton Coast is a joint venture with the neighbouring Community-based Conservancies of Anabeb, Torra and Sesfontein.
*Guests staying for three nights or more are offered a scenic flight over the Skeleton Coast with its stark shores and lonely shipwrecks visible from the air.
Why Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp?
- Diversity of desert-adapted wildlife sightings along Hoanib Riverbed, gravel plains, surrounding mountains and hills
- Access to the iconic Skeleton Coast – seals, shipwreck remains, Möwe Bay, unique stories and history etc. Opening special includes this excursion as part of 3 night stay, including return scenic flight from Hoanib camp to the coast
- Brand-new stylish Classic Camp
- Vast, remote, isolated wilderness very few have ever been able to visit before
- Exclusive access to Auses Spring, located inside the Skeleton Coast Park, on day trip explored by road on 4 night stays and longer
- Visit to onsite Research Centre with emphasis on educational drives, interpretation of research projects in the area, regular camp chats and involvement of guests in learning more about conservation and community efforts