Namibia Family Adventure

Day 1: Windhoek to Sossusvlei
Fly to Kuala with overnight at the Desert Lodge. 3 nights

Days 2-4: Namib National Park

Kulala Desert Lodge’s location at the foot of the majestic Sossusvlei dunes allows for stunning views in every direction, while its private entrance to the Namib Naukluft National Park makes it the closest location to Sossusvlei. The camp is ideal for self-drives and groups.

Twenty-three thatched and canvas tents (including two family units), each built on raised wooden platforms make for airy, comfortable accommodation, with a rooftop area for sleep-outs under the stars. Afternoons around the pool provide relief from the heat, while the wraparound veranda at the main area overlooks a waterhole, and private tours of the dunes provide the ultimate Sossusvlei experience.

Insider’s Tip: Try your hand at desert photography – whether capturing the red color of the dunes in the early morning light or the otherworldly tree skeletons standing starkly across the floor of Dead Vlei.
Days 4-6: Damaraland

From a hillside above the dry Aba-Huab River, Doro Nawas provides guests with far-reaching views across rugged Damaraland. The camp is ideally located as a base from which to learn more about both the area’s ancient inhabitants and the visionary ecotourism partnership with today’s communities. The petroglyphs and San rock art of Twyfelfontein are within easy reach.

Sixteen guest units (including a family room) blend in with the scenery, and feature private verandas and outdoor showers. Sleeping out under the stars is also an option. Nature drives and walks reveal more of the desert’s surprising and superbly-adapted flora and fauna.    

Insider’s Tip: Without bright lights and far from pollution the camp is the ideal setting for marveling at the night sky. Opt for a night in the Star Bed to experience superb stargazing.

Day 7: Return to Windhoek

Onward journey
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