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Wolwedans Namibia
Wolwedans,more than a collection of camps; our ethos lies in sustainable tourism, investment in our employees & commitment to conservation
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Adriana Marais Dec 12
Glamping on Mars? Such fun working with crew, fantastic hospitality from staff , especially Jason 🙏. Also, apparently I'm the only guest who has ever made it in a non-SUV car, ie many have tried & failed 😂 Watch:
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The NamibRand Conservation Foundation aims to support and raise funds for environmental research and education, targeting ecosystem conservation and the protection of biodiversity. Read more at
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Wolwedans Namibia Jan 14
"A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions." - Oliver Wendell Holmes
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Wolwedans Namibia Jan 12
The untouched beauty of the pristine landscape in the NamibRand Nature Reserve is maintained by strong conservation principles - active monitoring and innovative, adaptive management approaches.
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Wolwedans Namibia Jan 11
Our photo of the week is this beautiful aerial shot of the sand sea that is the Namib Desert. Taken by @mauriziovarnelli on Instagram.
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Wolwedans Namibia Jan 10
One of our favourite activities at Wolwedans is the walking safari. @wanasafiti_tours shared this image, showcasing what you can expect to see on your very own walking safari.
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Wolwedans Namibia Jan 9
The Mountain View suite is the first place we think about when we imagine unparalleled romantic exclusion.
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Wolwedans Namibia Jan 8
The camel-thorn produces copious amounts of seeds and invests lots of energy in each kidney-shaped pod. These pods are nutritious and are consumed readily by large ungulates, such as oryx, when they fall from the trees. (Extract from A Guidebook to the NamibRand Nature Reserve.)
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Wolwedans Namibia Jan 7
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Wolwedans Namibia Jan 5
Commerce, Conservation, Community, Culture - The sustainability platform Wolwedans molds itself to.
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Wolwedans Namibia Jan 4
Our photo of the week is this stunning shot shared by on Instagram.
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Wolwedans Namibia Jan 3
on Instagram shared this great image of a scenic flight over the NamibRand Nature Reserve. Be sure to book your flight when you visit Wolwedans.
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Wolwedans Namibia Jan 2
The Blonde Abroad has a great blog post on her website about her sensational experience at Wolwedans' Boulders Safari Camp. Read it at:
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Wolwedans Namibia Jan 1
Sand lizards, Pedioplanis species, can be seen in the heat of the day, dashing from shady cover to grab passing insects. Most sand lizards are endemic to the drier western parts of southern Africa. (Extract from A Guidebook to the NamibRand Nature Reserve.)
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Wolwedans Namibia Dec 31
“The pleasure we derive from journeys is perhaps dependent more on the mindset with which we travel than on the destination we travel to” – Alain de Botton
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Wolwedans Namibia Dec 29
Wolwedans is family friendly! Come explore the untouched beauty of the NamibRand with your kids.
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Wolwedans Namibia Dec 28
These vegetation-less circles line the desert floor and what causes them are quite the mystery. You can buy one! Read more at
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Wolwedans Namibia Dec 27
Vellies (veld shoes) are a must when trekking the desert. Image by in Instagram.
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Wolwedans Namibia Dec 26
Misha Gillingham, a travel journalist, wrote about what its like to stay at Wolwedans in absolute luxury.
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Wolwedans Namibia Dec 24
“If you reject the food, ignore the customs, fear the religion and avoid the people, you might better stay at home.” – James Michener
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