Wolwedans Dune Camp
Wolwedans Dune Camp sits on the edge of a 250m-high dune on the 2,100 km2 NamibRand Nature Reserve, within the Namib Desert. The first camp to be built in the Wolwedans collection, opened in around 1999, it has evolved from a very rustic, simple camp to one that is a bit more refined today. Still small and retaining its intimate atmosphere, Dune Camp remains a favourite of many who visit the reserve.
Our view of Wolwedans Dune Camp
Wolwedans Dune Camp has long been a favourite of the Expert Africa team. Though the tents are bigger and smarter than when we first started visiting, the camp itself remains small and intimate and the spectacular scenery seemingly unchanged. In our opinion, Dune Camp’s small size, stunning location nestled in the dunes and excellent guiding, coupled with the attentive but not overbearing care given by the staff, make it a very special spot from which to explore this vast reserve.
Wolwedans Dune Camp: Traveller ratings
Wolwedans Dune Camp is located amongst the dunes...