With an emphasis on "clean and green" this brand new eco camp based in the skeleton coast is a welcome addition to this region. Sitting on the bank of the Obias River, Hoanib Valley Camp looks out over a linear oasis of vegetation, running through a large expanse of stunning African desert.
In Partnership with the local Sesfontein Community and the Giraffe Conservation Foundation the Hoanib Valley Camp focuses heavily on supporting its local community and the on going conservation of the area with a particular focus on its resident giraffe population. The camp also aims to leave virtually no footprint on its environment and will run entirely on solar power.
Six luxury tents are raised on decks with en suite bathrooms and a private veranda. Decorated in a contemporary style with a neutral palette, these tents are stylish but also in keeping with its environment. The camp is able to cater to families with one family room and takes children from age six onwards.
The main lounge area has been designed to feel homely and welcoming and is the ideal spot to rest with a drink in hand or to enjoy delicious sociable dinners in the evenings. The area is a prime spot for star gazing so there is a big focus on dining under the stars and sitting around the camp fire at the end of each day exchanging stories.
During your stay guests will take part in a variety of different activities such as, nature walks with the camps fantastic guides, visiting the local Himba and Damara communities where you can learn more about desert living, desert drives to track elephant, rhino, giraffe and lion, and the chance to spend some time along side the giraffe conservation research team.