Perched along the Kunene riverbank in the Hartmann valley, under verdant trees, is Serra Cafema Camp, one of the most remote camps in the whole of Southern Africa and within one of the driest deserts in the world. It is situated in land which is rented from the 300,000 hectare Marienfluss Conservatory, owned mainly by the Himba people; offering a rare cultural interaction.
The Kunene River flows along the border between Namibia and Angola and has created an oasis along its banks, now home to an abundance of birdlife and a large population of Nile crocodiles, which can be observed at a closer proximity on a boat trip.
There are eight en-suite luxurious chalets which celebrate the culture of the Himba people, built on elevated wooden decks and boast magnificent views over the Kunene River, which is the only permanent water source in the region. The tranquil location, with the sound of rippling water creates the perfect environment for you to relax and unwind from the comfort of your chalet.