Shipwreck Lodge

Skeleton Coast, Namibia

Uniquely situated around the mysterious shipwrecks and sweeping sand dunes that line Namibia’s famed Skeleton Coast, there’s nowhere on the continent quite like Shipwreck Lodge. Located within the Skeleton Coast National Park, this unique accommodation perfectly combines a remote beach escape with an authentic safari experience, offering an exclusive and intimate feel with just ten guest cabin chalets.

Scattered along the sand dunes, the unique shipwreck-shaped chalets are well-appointed with a blend of modern and rustic décor, providing lots of private living space and phenomenal views across the Atlantic Ocean. Each of the rooms are solar-powered, and feature a luxury en-suite bathroom, plush furnishings and a cosy wood-burning fireplace for chilly mornings or evenings. There are eight twin/double chalets and two family chalets.

The restaurant and lounge is set in the heart of the lodge, showcasing spectacular views of the starkly beautiful landscape. Enjoy morning coffee or evening sundowners on the outdoor deck, or indoors beside the fireplace. Dining here is a wonderful experience, with a delectable continental breakfast, two-course lunch, three-course dinner and afternoon tea served daily. Your free time will be spent soaking up the extraordinary environment that surrounds you, with full-day excursions to Mowe Bay, 4x4 Hoarusib River excursions, beach lunches and sundowner drives being just a few of the amazing activities on offer here.

What's Included

  • Eight rooms have two twin beds or one double bed
  • Two cabins have a choice of extra beds
  • Main Lodge with comfortable lounge and dining facilities
  • Wi-Fi
  • Full range of excursions and activities, including 4x4 game drives

Open all year round, children of all ages 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 £765 / $1075 / €875

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