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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 9h
Thanks for sharing your photo of Wolwedans, ! We love seeing our guests' favourite moments at Wolwedans. If you would like us to feature your photo next, simply tag us in your pic.
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Wolwedans Namibia Mar 21
They may look quite regal and poised from far away, but don't get too close, because the ostrich kick can be very painful, even lethal. Spotted at NamibRand, of course.
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Wolwedans Namibia Mar 20
When the desert heat sinks into your bones, not to worry - the lodges at Wolwedans have deliciously cool swimming pools to cool off in.
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Wolwedans Namibia Mar 19
Take a walk around the NamibRand nature reserve and see if you can spot this little guy. Any idea what he's called? Let us know in the comments!
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Wolwedans Namibia Mar 18
“Sometimes we just need some time in a beautiful place to clear our head.” - unknown
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Wolwedans Namibia Mar 16
"On this quiet, tranquil morning the soft hues of daybreak put on the most arresting exposition: stunning desert scenery as far as the eye can see." Words and photo: Elzanne Erasmus
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Wolwedans Namibia Mar 15
THE WOLWEDANS WINTER CUP 2019! Greater Sossusvlei Namib Landscape guys, what are you waiting for? • PRIZE: NAD 20 000! • PLAY-OFF ROUND START END OF MAY (SUNDAYS) • 8 (MINIMUM) or 16 (MAXIMUM) TEAMS TO PLAY • SEMI-FINALS & FINALS: 28 JUNE @ WOLWEDANS
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Wolwedans Namibia Mar 15
Thanks for sharing your photo of Wolwedans, ! We love seeing our guests' favourite moments at Wolwedans. If you would like us to feature your photo next, simply tag us in your pic.
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Wolwedans Namibia Mar 12
"The predominant large mammals on the Reserve are oryx Oryx Gazella and springbok Antidorcas Marsupialis. Other large mammals include kudu, Hartman's and Burchell's zebra, giraffe, klipspringer, steenbok, hartebeest and baboon."
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Wolwedans Namibia Mar 11
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Wolwedans Namibia Mar 8
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Wolwedans Namibia Feb 23
In the modern world of advanced research, innovative technology and information networks, it is refreshing to know that nature can still keep some of her secrets. Mysterious Fairy Circles dot the the landscape of the NamibRand.
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Wolwedans Namibia Feb 22
This week's photo of the week shows a Western Rock Skink catching some Namibian sun.
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Wolwedans Namibia Feb 21
Dead silent moments in mid-air with views of the NamibRand as far as the eye can see. Book a bucket list balloon ride during your stay with us.
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Wolwedans Namibia Feb 20
Your very own dune valley, splash pool, kitchen and lounge area. Sounds unreal, right? Mountain View Suite is just that, unparalleled luxury and exclusivity.
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Wolwedans Namibia Feb 19
Many of the most interesting objects in our sky include the centre of our Milky Way Galaxy, the Magellanic Clouds, the zodiacal light and the planets appear high in the sky, offering superior views. - From 'A Guidebook to the NamibRand Nature Reserve'
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Wolwedans Namibia Feb 18
“Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us, or we find it not.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Wolwedans Namibia Feb 16
Wolwedans adopts the 4C’s (Commerce, Conservation, Community, Culture). This strategy provides Wolwedans with a pertinent framework that allows us to effectively manage and monitor our progress towards sustainability goals and aim to inspire a new way.
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Wolwedans Namibia Feb 15
Our photo of the week shows a Happy Hour setup we could get used to.
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The Long Run Feb 12
One of our founder GER® Members, holds the philosophy that tourism serves conservation. High quality, low impact tourism has facilitated the recovery of sensitive ecosystems.
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