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If you want to lose – or perhaps find – yourself, this is the place to come.
Soon after you take off from Windhoek, Namibia’s capital, in your Wilderness Air five-seater aircraft, you can forget about civilization. For 90 minutes, you fly over the sparse...More
1 Thank mike g
Response from Magdalena W, Public Relations Manager at Wolwedans Dune CampResponded 18 March 2014
Thank you for such a glowing review of Wolwedans.
You skillfully and intricately described the wonders of the NamibRand Nature Reserve. The team was delighted to learn that you seemed to appreciate every detail of your stay. We look forward to welcoming you...More
We were picked up by our guides Jonathan and Abraham in open jeeps at Kulala Desert Lodge and taken on a two-and-a-half hour scenic drive to Wolwedans, located in the NamibRand Nature Reserve. The drive was very enjoyable for the beautiful scenery, rock formations and...More
We have visited Wolwedans in October 2013.
Our trip was (well) organized by NatureFriends Safaris and we have chosen "7 Day NamibRand Bonanza" with 2 nights in Wolwedans Dunes Camp and 2 nights in Wolwedans Boulders Camp.
The first part in Dunes Camp was perfect,...More
It is difficult to select one absolute highlight in a country where we had so many. We would highly recommend Namibia to anyone who loves to visit African countries. But if we had to pick one, it will have to be Wolwedans Dune Camp. The...More
This is our second visit to Wolwedans (we stayed at the Lounge and Boulder camp last year). Dune Camp is in a very private setting under a camel thorn tree since we have a party of six. The drives as usual are really pleasant. But...More