Dramatic and unique shipwreck style cabins
One of the most remote places in the world
A landscape unlike any other
Shipwreck Lodge has been thoughtfully designed to pay homage to the remarkable scenery of the Skeleton Coast, with the 10 rooms constructed to resemble the shipwrecks that line the beach. 8 of these cabins can be set up as twins or doubles, with the final two slightly larger and able to accommodate extra beds for families. All the cabins have ensuite bathrooms and are solar-powered. Each contains a cosy wood burning stove for those chilly evenings and mornings.
The Skeleton Coast is a hauntingly beautiful year-round destination, staying cool throughout the year. Shrouded in mist, the jaw-droopingly beautiful National Park begins at the Uqab River and runs roughly 500km up the Atlantic Coast to the Kunene River. Strewn with whale bones and the wrecks of over a thousand ships, this land is described by the San Bushmen as 'the Land God Made in Anger'. Inland you'll find an uninhabited desert of endless sand dunes and valleys. The area is home to several vulnerable wildlife species sugar as the elusive brown hyena and desert adapted elephant and hosts the only lion population in Namibia outside of Etosha National Park.
Uniquely designed around the enigmatic shipwrecks that line Namibia's Skeleton Coast, Shipwreck Lodge offers guests an incredible opportunity to explore a raw, rugged and impossibly remote slice of African wilderness. This is one of the most dramatic accommodations in the world, with cabins designed to look like the shipwrecks themselves and a hauntingly beautiful landscape all around.
Children of all ages are welcome.
Battery charging facilities can e found in the main area dn rooms.
Complimentary laundry service.
Day excursions to More Bay seal colony
Sundowner dune drives
Quad biking (mornings only; aged 16 and over)
Sand boarding on the dunes
4x4 drives along the Hoarusib River