Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp
Hoanib Skeleton Coast is a stunning remote property in northern Namibia between the Palmwag Concession and the Skeleton Coast National Park. Only accessible by light aircraft and accommodating just 16 guests, Hoanib Skeleton Coast screams exclusivity. Located between two tributaries of the Hoanib River, surrounded by rugged hills, and only a day trip away from the coast, this camp offers a plethora of activities for its guests. You can go on game drives to see the desert-adapted wildlife, research participation and presentations, visits to the nearby Auses Spring or Klein Oasis Spring, excursions to the coast to see the seal colonies, and abandoned shipwrecks, and some of the best stargazing in the world.
A real highlight of Hoanib Skeleton Coast is the design of the camp itself. Its low-impact design with well-insulated walls and raised cement foundations are great for accommodating their hotter (November-February) and colder months (June-August). The decor here is modern and simple with blonde woods and light earthy tones. Tents are spacious with en-suite bathrooms and private outdoor viewing decks. We love the fireplace in the main area – very modern and cozy.
We love Hoanib Skeleton Coast and would highly recommend it for any Namibia safari, so long as you’re willing to fly in.