Serra Cafema: Information from the owner
All the information on this page is supplied to us directly from the lodge owner and reflects their view, not ours.
For Expert Africa's view, see our own report, which contains our own observations and views.
|No. of rooms||8|
Main description of Serra Cafema
Serra Cafema: Facilities
|Room facilities||Balcony / Deck, En-Suite, Safe|
|Available services||Credit Card|
|Activities on site||(some activities may be seasonal) Bird Watching, Boating, Game Drives, Game Viewing, Walks, Massages, Cultural Tours, Quad Biking|
Room types at Serra Cafema
Serra Cafema Camp - Family Tent
There is one family unit which sleeps four in two adjacent rooms connected with a door.
Serra Cafema Camp - Standard Tents
There are seven twin bed tents. The beds can be moved together to make a double bed. There is two twin bedded guide/pilot room which are smaller than the standard tents.
Activities at Serra Cafema
Serra Cafema - Boating trips on the Kunene River
Boating on the Kunene River provides our guests with the opportunity to venture through the lush riverside oases. Crocodiles and waterbirds seem out of place in this surreal, lunar-like landscape.
Serra Cafema - Full-day outing to Marienfluss Valley with a packed picnic lunch
The vast expanse of the Marienfluss Valley offers a much-needed sense of space and enables new interpretation of the concept of beauty.
Serra Cafema - Nature drives and walks in Hartmann's Valley
Informative nature drives in open Land Rovers allow guests to experience the true Namib in its unbridled glory, while walking provides unique opportunities to see the smaller denizens of the desert, from the famous fairy circles to the desert chameleon.
Serra Cafema - Quad biking Excursion
One of our highlights, guided quad bike excursions through the fragile environs, is done with utmost care along specifically allocated pathways, so as to tread lightly on the dunes and preserve the unique and delicate habitats of this landscape.
Serra Cafema - Visits to a Himba Community
In this isolated area, the Himba people continue their traditional semi-nomadic way of life and, when they are in the area, guests have an opportunity to learn about their lifestyle and customs.