Skeleton Coast, Namibia
A unique fly-in desert experience with the Schoeman family in Namibia.
The Skeleton Coast conjures up mysterious visions of mist-enshrouded beaches strewn with bleached whalebones and rusted shipwrecks. Stretching from the south of Namibia up into Angola, the Skeleton Coast and its hinterland is a landscape of haunting beauty, a vast area of rolling sand dunes, expanses of uninhabited desert plains, fossil beds, unique geological formations, desert-adapted animals and strange vegetation.
Enjoy this once in a lifetime experience with the Schoeman family who have grown up in the area, marvel at the surprises in store for you throughout the trip and flying at ‘see’ level to give you breathtaking views before landing and exploring the most breathtaking landscapes by Land Rover or on foot.
Along the journey you will experience fascinating birds eye views of shipwreck remains along the coast and the diverse and ever-changing geological formations.
Accommodation consists of three fully equipped tented desert camps, which blend into the natural environment. The first of these is in the lower reaches of the Huab River in the Erongo Region (Damaraland). The second under camelthorn trees and Makalani Palms in the Hoarusib Valley in the Kunene Region and the third on the north western Namibian Border overlooking the Kunene River.
Skeleton Coast Safaris Information
- Location & Getting There
The camp is located at Skeleton Coast and Kaokoland, Namibia and is only accessible by light aircraft.
The Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp consists of seven twin-bedded tents and one family unit. Each tent comprises of an en-suite bedrooms with shaded outdoors decks accompanied by a spectacular scenery.
-Chemical toilets, shared flushing toilets
-On site out-door dining
Guests can go on game drives, nature walks and Skeleton Coast excursion with scenic flight. Guests can also take day trips to desert Oases or interact with wildlife researchers.
Children are welcomed but no specific facilities are available.