Namibia's most distinctive properties.
Superior service, accommodations and amenities abound, as do distinctive excursions and world-class cuisine. All in Namibia’s otherworldly landscapes that you cannot get anywhere else in Africa.
Just like our custom luxury itineraries, our spaces are as individual as you are, reflecting your personal style and travel preferences down to the very last detail.
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Zannier Hotels Sonop
Experience expedition-style grandeur, set within 13,800 acres of private untouched Namibian wilderness.
Just ten tented suites set atop granite boulders in authentic 1920’s British colonial style, are constructed to embrace the views over the untamed desert. Each tent features a partially walled bathroom replete with double sinks, lush robes and a vintage bathtub, while the bedrooms boast king 4-poster beds of the utmost comfort, all amongst a private terrace.
Sunrise to sunset, horizon to horizon, you’ll see no one else but your fellow guests and the faultless Zannier staff.
Set within Africa's first Dark Sky Reserve, this lodge seems to grow directly out of the deep and rolling red sand dunes.
Canvas-walled and thatched-roof chalets dot the red sands of Kwessi, with uninterrupted views across antelope-scattered sands to the mountains. Solar-powered air conditioning, indoor and outdoor showers along with an open sky starbed and front deck, create a special space for each of the 12 chalets.
Enjoy hot-air ballooning, nature walks, scenic helicopter flights and quad biking across this Mars-esque landscape, when not enjoying the delicious fare, incredibly warm and welcoming staff, and refreshing pool.
Where the rocks share their secrets and desert-adapted elephant roam.
Huddled in the rocks of the Aba Huab valley, the setting of this camp is one of intimacy and space. Water seeps from the rocks, attracting birdlife while a refreshing swimming pool awaits amongst a scattering of bungalows in this eco-friendly camp.
Enjoy guided nature drives to encounter desert-adapted elephant, self-guided walks amongst the meandering paths, and relax by the rock-bordered pool or on your private terrace with sweeping views across the valley.
Onguma The Fort
Perched above the Etosha Pans where you'll see nothing but wildlife and Camelthorn trees.
An architectural combination of classical Africa with hints of Moroccan and Indian touches, featuring towering raw walls, stone cladding and antique windows and doors.
A truly wild place with views across Etosha and Fisher’s Pan, this property provides luxurious suites with opulent furnishings, a relaxing spa, overnight sleepouts and a well-located hide for watching wildlife.
Exclusive lodge in an award-winning conservancy and elephant corridor, along the Namibian banks of the Chobe River.
A most unique space, strategically located along the Namibian banks of the famed Chobe river within the Chobe National Park, guests will enjoy incredible encounters with roaming wildlife. Situated in an award-winning conservancy, the Serondela area is well known for being a major Elephant corridor and hunting spot for lion.
Exclusive and wildly remote (and yet just 17km from Kisane), limited guests and vehicles roam this area. And each guest suite is located on high ground over the banks of the river.
An intimate lodge of just six dome-shaped suites, this camp is famed for its desert-adapted animals.
Built at the base of two south-facing granite outcrops connected by a ridge, each space of the camp is a viewpoint, making the most of the vast and varied landscape. The highlight of this special camp, is the chance to spot desert-adaptedd wildlife including elephant and black rhino, as well as cheetah, leopard, lion and hyena.
Your king bed can be rolled out onto your private and expansive deck, for a night under the billion stars blanketing above you. Rain showers, louvered shutters and a communal pool along with tantalizing food and exceptional safari activities, allow for an unforgettable stay in the mysterious Damaraland.
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French novelist, Gustave Flaubert put it perfectly when he said -
"Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world."
And this could be no more true a feeling for those who journey through Namibia.