Sossusvlei Desert Lodge

Sesriem/Sossusvlei, Namibia

Situated in the private NamidRand Nature Reserve, Sossusvlei Desert Lodge offers untrammelled luxury in the heart of a spectacular desert. We’re continually amazed by how the lodge feels so comfortable, while the surroundings are as wild and untamed as they come.

Sossusvlei Desert Lodge is perfect for an extended stay amongst the sand dunes. Each room has two private terraces and the views are staggering, with sand dunes rolling out beyond the horizon. There’s a skylight for watching the stars and the lodge has its own observatory with a computer-controlled telescope; if you want to explore the sky then there’s nowhere better.

Indoor and outdoor showers, spacious lounges at elevated vantage points, a decadent wine cellar and a swimming pool overlooking the dunes...this is desert accommodation at its most luxurious and the service is always of a very high standard. We’d recommend it to everyone, but especially to couples.

Most activities are included and on a two-night stay you’ll combine one morning at Sossusvlei with a choice of nature drives, nature walks, quad biking on the dunes, or visiting Bushman rock paintings. In the afternoons you can wind down with a relaxing massage in your room or choose an adventurous unguided walk for the perfect sunset just for two. Rangers provide you with radios for the walk, another example of the careful attention to detail here.

What's Included

  • All chalets have a double bed
  • One sunrise excursion to Sossusvlei
  • Choice of daily activities including nature walks, nature drives, quad biking in the dunes (over 16s only), guided hike to local
  • Full board food and drinks
  • WiFi in main lodge areas

Open all year round, children over the age of six are welcome.

Price Information

This lodge can be booked as a single safari or as part of a tailor-made vacation with or without flights. Per person per night prices from £425 / $535 / €485

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