February 2021 – As Little Kulala witnesses an unusually green Sossusvlei, Wilderness Safaris Namibia is thrilled to invite guests back to discover more of its remarkable Namibian camps. Hoanib Skeleton Coast, Serra Cafema and Damaraland camps are set to receive guests from March, providing the ideal opportunity to escape into Namibia’s unique wide-open spaces.
Situated in some of the most remote locations on the planet, these luxury camps celebrate Namibia’s vast open landscapes, with soaring red dunes that marvellously contrast against endless blue skies, and the country’s legendary star-filled clear night skies. With a wide variety of activities on offer, from adventurous e-biking and climbing the iconic Sossusvlei dunes, to discovering rare desert-adapted wildlife in Damaraland, and the ruggedly beautiful terrain and desolate shoreline of the Skeleton Coast, guests are able to explore the splendour and solitude of the world’s oldest desert.
“We believe that the wide-open spaces and awe-inspiring landscapes of Namibia make this the perfect destination for those seeking the inspiration and healing power of nature during these uncertain times. Our camps are small and exclusive, set within large, pristine wilderness areas, and offer our guests the opportunity to reconnect with the natural world, themselves and their families”, notes Wilderness Safaris Namibia MD, Alexandra Margull.
While COVID-19 has restricted international travel, Wilderness Safaris has taken measures to enhance all of its hygiene and cleanliness standards, in line with the World Health Organisation’s protocols, to ensure that guests receive world-class care on every step of their journey. Its camps accommodate small numbers of guests and thus already have an advantage in that there is ample space for comfortable social distancing, in camp and while on activities in these prime wilderness areas.
“Hosting guests on this remarkable circuit helps Wilderness Safaris continue its community support, as well as its conservation and human-wildlife conflict mitigation efforts in north-west Namibia, both of which have been a huge priority for the company during this time. The current situation has given us a renewed appreciation for the impact ecotourism has on the lives of so many people, and we certainly look forward to creating life-changing journeys that enable us to continue making a positive difference”, concludes Alexandra.