Mountain View Suite is located within walking distance from the The Wolwedans Dunes Lodge. Even so, it still maintains its seclusion, and allows it's guests to relax in a grand, but homely and stylish atmosphere. The suite is a completely separate self contained entity and is ideal for honeymooners or those seeking the absolute solitude of the Namib Desert.
Guests of Wolwedans, check in at a separate farmhouse/reception point, where they will be taken to the Mountain View Suite by a member of staff.
Set in the magnificent NamibRand Nature Reserve, the suite is constructed on 200sq metres of wooden decking, rising above the dunes, and it certainly adds a touch of luxury to the Wolwedans Collection.
It consists of a spacious en-suite bedroom with a king-size bed, that has a magnificent view of their own private dune valley. There is a shaded patio area, an open-plan kitchenette, and an east-facing verandah and sundeck that lead from the platform, into the surrounding dunes. Guests will have their meals prepared and served by their own chef, complete with butler service. They are also welcome to wine and dine in the Dunes Lodge.
The main veranda has a 'star-gazing' bed, which provides a wonderful sleep-out venue during summer. Many guests also love just chilling out in the hammock. To round off the amenities, there is also a large lounge, bar cabinet and dining area.
Activities are many. By foot, the Lodge's experienced guides will introduce their guests to the desert's habitat and diverse fauna and flora. By road, a guided 4WD vehicle will take guests on a morning or afternoon drive, or a full-day safari picnics in the wild. There are half-day excursions and sundowner trips on the dunes. By air, guest can have a birds-eye view of the Diamond Coast and dunes of Sossusvlei by scenic flight in a hot-air balloon, complete with champagne breakfast on landing.
Every visitor helps to sustain the Reserve, by paying a fixed daily park-fee, which is channeled directly into the conservation of NamibRand Nature Reserve. Although the daily management of the Reserve is adequately funded through tourism, special projects require additional funding. To help fund such projects, the Reserve has established the NamibRand Conservation Foundation. This independent organization raises funds through initiatives, such as the Adopt-a-Fairy-Circle Project.
The philosophy of the Wolwedans is to be more than just a collection of camps. In their own words ' it's ethos lies in setting an example in responsible tourism, the empowerment of its employees and its commitment to the conservation of NamibRand Nature Reserve.'
Parents with young children (pre-school age), are very welcome to stay at the Mountain View Suite.
Sundowner drives: 1-2 hours duration travelling about 10 km into the dunes where drinks will be served to enhance the wonderful sunsets. The return drive is in the dark and brings you back just in time for dinner. Try out one sunset in the dunes and one at the lodge/camp.
Morning or afternoon drives: Cover a distance of about 40-50 km and take 3-four hours. Afternoon scenic drives are often combined with sunset in the dunes.
Day drives: A truly memorable excursion. Covering a distance of about 120 km it offers the highest degree of diversity as well as a better understanding of the dimensions of the NamibRand Conservancy. Also a delicious picnic lunch is served in the middle of nowhere! The day drive leaves after breakfast and returns approximately an hour before sunset.
Scenic Flights: Scenic flights are a popular activity at Wolwedans. Commencing during the late afternoon, and giving you a birds-eye view of the Diamond Coast and Sossusvlei this is a truly exhilarating and once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Photography: The perfect combination of the starkness of Sossusvlei and the wild beauty of NamibRand provides the perfect backdrop for amateur and professional photographers alike. The incredible and abundant contrasts of colour and form in the landscapes will give ample opportunity for the perfect shot.
Ballooning over Sossusvlei: Drift over the dune fields at Sossusvlei and enjoy a champagne breakfast wherever the wind takes you.
This small luxury camp is the latest addition to the Wolwedans Lodge collection. It is situated around 45km south of the other lodges and therefore offers an insight into a different aspect of the NamibRand Nature Reserve.
A CLASSIC CANVAS-AND-THATCH LODGE IN THE HEART OF THE STRIKING NAMIBRAND NATURE RESERVE, OFFERING AN ESCAPE FROM THE MODERN WORLD AND A CHANCE TO RECONNECT WITH THE WILD
On the scenic D707 road and bordering on the Namib Naukluft park, lies this spectacular property. Accommodation is offered in a small tented camp or en-suite rooms at the old farmhouse.
Dunes Camp is the simplest of the establishments on the Namib Rand reserve. Accommodation comes in the form of dome tents each with own bathroom.
Wooden units built on platforms overlooking the NamibRand Reserve. As with all the Wolwedans properties expect some of the best views in Namibia, great food and excellent service.
Ever fancied your own house surrounded by nothing but the Namib Desert? This luxurious property gives you just that, and way more.
The NamibRand Nature Reserve is situated about 400 km south-west of Windhoek close to Sossusvlei and can be reached with any car. The driving time from Windhoek, Swakopmund, Lüderitz and Keetmanshoop is approx. five to six hours (traveling at leisure). We recommend a two to three night stay at the Wolwedans portfolio of camps, arriving for lunch or at least in the early afternoon to join the afternoon scenic drive. Should you miss this drive, you will still go on a day-tour the next morning. However, please plan to arrive at least two hours before sunset. Coming from the North From Windhoek you travel South via Rehoboth, Kobos, Klein Aub, Rietoog and Buellspoort (B 1, C 24, 47, D 1206) onto the D 854. Where you intercept the D 36 turn left and after some 5-km's turn right onto the D 845. Travel some 16-km's and turn left onto the C 27 (was D826). You stay on the C 27 (was D826) heading South until you reach the first NamibRand signboard. Carry on straight and remain on this road for approx. 45 km until you will find the Wolwedans gate on the right hand side. Follow the signs to the Wolwedans farmhouse/reception, which is another 20 km's from the gate. From here you will be transferred to the Wolwedans Dune Camp or Wolwedans Dune Lodge. Please do note leave the main road! Coming from Windhoek you can alternatively choose the scenic routes via Gamsberg Pass, Spreetshoogte Pass or Remhoogte Pass all ending at Solitaire. From Solitaire you head South via D 36 and 845 to C 27 (was D826). From Swakopmund or Walvis Bay you will travel on C 14 and D 36 via Solitaire to the D 845 and C 27 (was D826). Coming from Sesriem, head South on the D 826 until you reach the Wolwedans gate. Note not to enter the D 845 by driving straight on but turn right to continue on C 27 (was D826). Coming from the south No matter where you come from, to the west of Maltahöhe the D 827 meets the C 27 (was D826). From this point continue North on the C 27 (was D826) past the BP filling station for approx. 30-km's where you will find the Wolwedans gate on the left hand side. Follow the description above to the Wolwedans farmhouse.Download Map
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