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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 May 19
The construction of buildings on NamibRand are completed with as little impact on the environment as possible.
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Wolwedans Namibia May 18
During April, Namibia's rainy season soaks the desert and gives photographers spectacular opportunities to catch it.
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Wolwedans Namibia May 17
At Wolwedans, we always do breakfast the same: with a view.
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Wolwedans Namibia May 16
Relax. Pull up a chair around the fire pit while the day slowly recedes into night.
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Wolwedans Namibia May 15
NamibRand is rife with life of all kinds, including an array of bird species. The Rüppel Korhaan is a common sight on the reserve. These birds lay their eggs during April and May, right on the ground, so watch your step!
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Wolwedans Namibia May 14
"When in doubt, travel" - unknown.
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Wolwedans Namibia May 13
To all mothers, we wish you a happy and relaxed Mother's Day.
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Wolwedans Namibia May 11
No one can describe how the landscape of the Namib changes from dawn till dusk.
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Wolwedans Namibia May 10
Wolwedans makes use of ample solar energy to power our establishments. After all, the one thing the desert has in spades is the sun.
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Wolwedans Namibia May 9
No one else for miles... The Private Camp at Wolwedans is an exclusive stay for the discerning traveller. No other guests, just you and the stunning space that surrounds the camp.
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Wolwedans Namibia May 8
Namibia's only endemic bird is the Dune Lark, easily spotted on the red sandy slopes of NamibRand.
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Wolwedans Namibia May 7
"Never go too long without watching a sunset" - unknown.
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Wolwedans Namibia May 5
Planning a trip to to the Namib? Remember to pack long sleeved shirts and a hat. The last thing you want is to get sunburnt.
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Wolwedans Namibia May 4
The sunsets in the Namib are arguably the best in the world. Exquisite colours, deep hues and intense saturation... It's the time of the day when nothing else should be done but to enjoy the colour spectacle.
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Wolwedans Namibia May 3
The view from the top is always the best. A stay at Wolwedans is not complete without a scenic flight over the desert.
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Wolwedans Namibia May 2
Set against a backdrop of imposing rock, Boulders Camp is a luxurious option for NamibRand guests.
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Wolwedans Namibia May 1
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Wolwedans Namibia Apr 30
“Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta
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Wolwedans Namibia Apr 28
The Namib Desert is definitely one of the top five reasons to visit Namibia:
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Wolwedans Namibia Apr 26
Soaring silently over this ancient desert reveals its true magnificence, allowing the eye to wander and the soul to fly…
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