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Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp


Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp lies In a remote area of the Kaokoveld where gravel-strewn plains and dry riverbeds draw fascinating wildlife. Exploration of this isolated area takes place on game drives all along the riverbed’s narrow ribbon of vegetation where a surprising wealth of desert-adapted animals can be found. In camp the research centre provides even more insights. The desolate Skeleton Coast, with its shipwrecks and noisy colonies of Cape fur seals, is accessed either by a fascinating drive or scenic flight. , and hosts researchers committed to conserving desert-adapted lion, brown hyaena and elephants

Fully solar powered, Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp is a joint venture with the neighbouring conservancies of Anabeb, Torra and Sesfontein. Eight large en-suite tents (including one family tent) and the main area and pool look out over a wide, rugged valley that slopes down to the almost-always dry Hoanib River.


Why we like it

Remotely located in a rugged desert area and a very exclusive and unique camp

Located amidst the largest population of desert-adapted elephant and black rhino in Africa

It is a small and intimate camp with only a few tents

The daytrip from here visiting the famous Skeleton Coast of Namibia



Guided game drives at day & night

Nature walks



Swimming pool

Search for desert elephant & rhino



Damaraland, Namibia