Namibia Wildlife Resorts operates a wide range of game lodges and camps throughout Namibia. The country has established an impressive network of National Parks, covering about 18% of Namibia’s terrestrial area. NWR operates 23 tourist lodges and camps in seven of these National Parks. The wildlife and pristine landscapes in these areas are tesitmony to the success of Namibia’s conservation programme which has led to the recovery of healthy populations of species such as black-faced impala and black rhino, and with a continuous process of awareness raising and education among farmers, Namibia has also become the country with the largest population of free-ranging cheetah worldwide. Namibia Wildlife Resorts is proud to play a role in Namibia’s tourism, a sector which has become the largest and most sustainable land-use industry in the country.
There is more than meets the eye when booking into one of NWR’s camps, all situated in the heart of Namibia’s National Parks. Tourist accommodation is available to suit individual taste, comfort and preference. NWR’s customer-driven service ranges from an excellent booking system to professional and passionate game guides and camp staff. Wildlife enthusiasts, adventure lovers or keen observers of spectacular landscapes will be able to experience all of these in Namibia by using the accomodation facilities that NWR offers.
NWR has introduced exclusive products which offer ultimate relaxation, superior service and comfort all within the confines of the most pristine wilderness areas of Namibia. Sossus Dune Lodge, the Namib’s crown jewel, situated inside the Namib Naukluft Park and Onkoshi Camp, on the edge of the Etosha Pan inside Etosha National Park are the premier Camps. Dolomite Camp recently opened in the previously inaccessible western side of the Etosha National Park. Exciting all-inclusive packages are available.
The Classic collection includes favourite establishments inside the Parks including the newly renovated /Ai-/Ais Hot Springs Spa at the end of the Fish River Canyon, the majestic Waterberg Camp as well as Halali, Namutoni and Okaukuejo camps inside Etosha National Park.
Adventure and Camping collection
There is a variety to choose from in this category of accommodation. For a desert retreat, there is Sesriem Campsite and for the more adventurous travellers yearning to tackle mountains and tough dirt tracks there is Naukluft Campsite – both inside the vast Namib Naukluft Park. Terrace Bay Camp and Torra Bay Camp offer great fishing and coastal getaways and there is the unbeatable experience of a camping outing inside Etosha National Park or braving the arduous Fish River Canyon hiking trail.
Namibia’s clear and open southern sky is also great for star gazing and NWR’s facilities being situated in the National Parks with minimal reflections at night are ideal destinations for keen astrologers and enthusiasts. There are about 217 species of mammals found in Namibia, 26 of which are endemic. They include the Hartmann’s mountain zebra, black-faced Impala, rodents and small carnivores, as well as unique desert-dwelling rhino and elephants. Namibia also has the Big Five - elephant, lion, leopard, rhino and buffalo in healthy numbers spread across the country inside the country’s National Parks, making it the ideal place for the wildlife enthusiast to visit both for game-viewing and photography.