Nestled in one of the planet's most inhospitable yet hauntingly beautiful places, the Skeleton Coast Camp lies within the Skeleton Coast Park. the camp is wonderfully exclusive being the only lodge concession in the entire National Park.
A trip to Skeleton Coast Camp is solely a fly-in safari. There is a maximum of 12 guests per scheduled trip due to the fragile and pristine landscape, making Skeleton Coast Camp one of the most remote places on the African continent.
Accommodation comprises six Meru-style tents with spacious bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms. A central area is made up of an open-plan lounge, bar and dining area with sweeping views of the desert.
Excursions at Skeleton Coast Camp comprise visits to the clay castles of the Hoarusib River; Rocky Point; the roaring dunes; lichen fields; Cape fur seal colonies and Himba villages.
Water seeps create freshwater springs that attract wildlife, such as desert-adapted elephant, brown hyaena, Hartmann's mountain zebra.