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We stayed here for one night during our recent trip to Namibia - it was a great way to break the journey travelling down the skeleton coast. The room was lovely and clean, and beautifully situated on the beach. We watched a stunning sunset from...More
Situated right on the beach and in the immediate vicinity of the Cape Cross Seal Reserve (but far enough from the colony' "scents") we liked all the rooms had views and/or terraces to the ocean. Small curioshop and lot of information about the marine life...More
Didn't stay at the lodge, but had lunch. The location next to the largest fur seal colony in the world is amazing. Worth a visit for the seals - over 100,0-00 along this strectch of the Skeleton Coast. But not for the food - very...More
This was actually our second visit to Cape Cross Lodge. If I remember correctly about 15 years ago the lodge was quite new and had a bit different feel to it. Now there are some holiday apartments etc. and other development in the area.
We like to stop here for the bracing ocean and the chance to walk along the beach area to find wildlife. Sadly the area is being 'developed' with new 'holiday apartments' which cut access and also the beach and littoral are now criss crossed with...More