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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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Wolwedans Namibia 8h
"Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations." - unknown.
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Wolwedans Namibia Jul 13
At Wolwedans, we are committed to an eco-friendly building style. All of our accommodation establishments were constructed to have as little impact on the environment as possible and can be completely removed and dismantled at any time
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Wolwedans Namibia Jul 12
Photo of the week: Wolwedans Mountain View Lodge is set against a backdrop of, yes, you guessed it, a stunning purple mountain range.
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Wolwedans Namibia Jul 11
Sunbathing, anyone? Namibia gets 300 days of sunshine a year, so indulging in your daily-dose of Vitamin D is as easy as a lie-down on our loungers.
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Wolwedans Namibia Jul 10
"We came, we saw & we were speechless. The beauty & hospitality is ‘out of africa’. All the best for you and your staff. Keep up the wonderful work." - Rene & Issy. Thanks for the review!
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Wolwedans Namibia Jul 9
A spectacular feature found in the Namibian landscape are the large nests built on trees by sociable weavers. These southern African birds are famous for their large compound nests, which are a rarity among birds.
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Wolwedans Namibia Jul 8
"Live in the sunshine. Swim in the sea. Drink the wild air." - Emerson.
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Wolwedans Namibia Jul 6
Can you imagine transporting fresh vegetables to the middle of the desert? The gardens at Wolwedans not only provide quality ingredients for our guests' food, they are one more way we choose to be more ecologically friendly.
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Wolwedans Namibia Jul 5
Photo of the Week: A fiery red sunset at Wolwedans.
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Wolwedans Namibia Jul 4
There's nothing like experiencing the Namib from horse-back. Strip your experience down, no car, no engine, no noise. Just you, your horse and the endless horison.
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Wolwedans Namibia Jul 3
"Thank God for Wolwedans, but thank him twice for the people that guard it." Joe Schlosser Thanks for the review, Joe!
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Wolwedans Namibia Jul 2
Hoodia currorii, commonly known as Hoodia, gained its fame internationally after its appetite suppressing capabilities became widely known. Unfortunately for dieters, commercial efforts have been unsuccessful at replicating the desired effect.
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Wolwedans Namibia Jul 1
"Take only photographs. Leave only footprints." - Unknown.
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Wolwedans Namibia Jun 30
The Namib is the perfect subject for your photography passion.
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Wolwedans Namibia Jun 29
Photo of the day: A yellow moon rises slowly over the desert landscape of the Namib.
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Wolwedans Namibia Jun 28
Say "I do" in the Namib Desert.
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Wolwedans Namibia Jun 27
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Wolwedans Namibia Jun 26
On top of the world. Only at Wolwedans. Link in bio for more.
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Wolwedans Namibia Jun 25
"Of all the books in the world, the best stories are between the pages of a passport."- Unknown
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Wolwedans Namibia Jun 23
Book your stay with us today, link in bio.
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