Palmwag Lodge offers the independent traveller an exceptional Damaraland and desert experience. Located between the Skeleton Coast and Etosha, the lodge is an excellent stop between north and south Namibia.
Accommodation comes in the form of thatched bungalows, tented rooms or self-contained camping. The tents and bungalows have en suite bathrooms and a choice of two-bed, three-bed or family units.
The centre-piece is the fabulous pool, bar and restaurant area. It opens daily from mid-morning for the campers who can't be bothered to cook and anyone intent on spending the whole day relaxing by the pool - a perfectly acceptable choice given the beautiful setting.
Thatched en suite bungalows; luxury en-suite tents; child-friendly family unit; restaurant; swimming pool under shady palms; pool bar and lapa
The camp has some well-planned hiking trails and you can go on several different full day and overnight excursions into the Damaraland bush in search of the desert-adapted elephant and rare black rhino. Birdwatching is excellent with a number of Namibia's endemics and near endemics and animals you might see are oryx, springbok, zebra, kudu, ostrich, bat-eared fox, brown and spotted hyena and your night time chorus will include a large number of smaller species.
Morning and afternoon guided game drives; guided full day excursions; overnight excursions to Ovahimba, Epupa Falls and Kunene River; self-guided hikes
Page last updated: 22 Jun 2015