Hoanib Valley Camp is located deep in Northwestern Namibia, within the Sesfontein Community Conservancy, an area of lunar-like landscapes with soaring mountains, rolling dunes and a vast expanse of desert. This is one of the most remote, wild and unspoiled environments in Namibia, with limited tourism and it is home to a unique array of desert-adapted wildlife, including elephant, giraffe, lion, rhino, mountain zebra and oryx. The camp boasts spectacular viewing opportunities of this wildlife, which have a tendency of roaming through the camp; as well as being residence to the world's only African giraffe conservation organisation.
Scattered throughout the desert are nomadic Himba settlements, where you can meet the people and learn more about their culture.
Resting on decks constructed using locally sourced wood, bamboo and 70% recycled-material composite, are six en suite, Hoanib style inspired tents (five twin and one family), which leave virtually no footprint as they run solely on solar power. They seamlessly merge in with the surrounding rugged landscape, creating an intimate affair, immersing you in the desert wilderness.