Hoanib Valley Camp
Settled deep in north-western Namibia you will find a Hoanib Valley Camp. The camp has 6 tents that are settled wonderfully into the wild and sandy hills. Hoanib Valley Camp is in an area that consists of towering mountains, sand dunes, vast desert and scattered wildlife. What is truly unique to the area are the nomadic Himba settlements, offering guests a respectable glimpse into the deep culture and history of these nomadic Namibian tribes. This can be considered one of Namibia's most remote areas, offering a truly, once in a lifetime experience for its guests.
Activities at Hoanib Valley Camp
Game Drivemore info
Rhino Trackingmore info
Culture Experiencesmore info
Giraffe Researchmore info
Accommodation options at Hoanib Valley Camp
Hoanib Desert TentsgroupMin 1 guest - max guestscottage6
Hoanib Valley camp has six guest tents that blend seamlessly into the rugged surroundings, offering a wonderfully simple feeling that is symbolic of the landsc…
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How to get there
Hoanib Valley Camp, Namibia
Check in at Hoanib Valley Camp
14:00 on day of arrival
Check out at Hoanib Valley Camp
11:00 on day of departure
Absolutely spectacular setting - this camp is very unique. Staff were outstanding. Food was good, not great. Rooms closer together than expected - recommend requesting a room far away from the generator and mess tent. This is a really special place
Just amazing! The Hoanib valley is clearly one of the best kept secrets in Namibia. Worth spending three nights! Also possible to drive to the Camp with your own 4x4 vehicle and being escorted over to their sister camp Shipwreck Lodge at the Skeleton Coast.
Hoanib Valley Camp impact highlights
Hoanib Valley Camp is a joint venture between local communities and the Giraffe Conservation Foundation. The camp was established to ensure low impact on the surrounding natural environemnt and leave almost no footprint on this fragile eco-system. The camp is entirely solar powered to make sure that carbon emissions are kept to a minimum, and the infrastructure is made of recycled materials. Most importantly, benefits in the form of profit share flow to local communities.