Hoanib Camp

Wilderness Safaris - Skeleton Coast, Namibia

8 Rooms
18 Guests
Children 12+ Years
Bathtub: No
Air Conditioning: No
Pool: Main Area
Spa: Masseuse
Gym Facilities
Currency: Namibian $
Travel: October – March

R10,230 to R15,050
Per Person, Per Night – Fully Inclusive

WHY WE LIKE IT? It’s a vast, remote, isolated wilderness offering excellent viewing of Namibia’s distinctive desert-adapted wildlife!

HOW TO GET THERE? Daily flights from Johannesburg to Windhoek. Frequent flights from Windhoek into the Skeleton Coast.

SPECIAL INTEREST: Seal colonies that line the endless dramatic shores of the Skeleton Coast are a fascinating sight and if you’re lucky you might see a Brown Hyena or Jackal trying to scavenge a young seal pup.

The Skeleton Coast can be visited throughout the year, but the ideal time is during the warmer months from October to March.

Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp’s location – close to the Skeleton Coast and within the true Namib Desert – is home to a rich diversity of wildlife, boasting the Kaokoveld’s best viewing of desert-adapted wildlife and access to vast, remote and isolated wilderness.

Almost miraculously it seems, in this stark environment, enormous elephant thrive along with giraffe, lion and brown hyaena. Gemsbok (oryx), springbok, steenbok, scrub hare, and inquisitive ground squirrel are also seen. Entirely different to the rugged mountains and valleys inland, the Skeleton Coast hosts Cape fur seals in their thousands along with black-backed jackals and brown hyaena.

Birds are equally diverse, with regular endemics like Rüppell’s korhaan, Benguela long-billed lark and lark-like bunting. Towards the coast, the bird community changes and tractrac chat can be seen, as well as jaegers and skuas found around the seal colonies..

Morning and Afternoon Safaris
Bird Watching
Boat Trips
Night Safaris
Cultural Visits
Hot Air Ballooning
Private Vehicle

Hoanib Skeleton Coast
clear sky
humidity: 54%
wind: 6m/s E
H 15 • L 15

Hoanib Skeleton Coast