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This really is for nature lovers and quite clean for your money’s worth. I only wish they had more rugs inside the chalets and better ways to seal the windows (it was really windy and I got sick overnight). I would highly recommend anyone to...More
Stay in the camp was ok but breakfast and service in the lodge was poor and I am still in discussion about payment because they took it twice from my account and they are not very nice to me so you are warned
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Only a 15 minute drive down the C19 from Solitaire, then a further 1km off road and good road signage leading up to the lodge so impossible to get lost. We checked in the main reception which covers the Namib Naukluft Lodge, so to access...More
We wanted reasonable accommodation so we could visit Sossusvlei.
Basic canvas structure mounted on a permanent base with ensuite shower and toilet.
Wonderful experience, so quiet and relaxing, ice cold plunge pool next to the central dining area and bar.
We had one evening meal...More
The Soft Adventure Camp was perfect for our exploration of Naukluft and Sesreim. It really is in the middle of nowhere, so GPS is a good idea. The camp is away from the main lodge where reception and the restaurant are. It was quiet, and...More
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You can do it with a regular car but I would recommend 4X4 it will make your travel a better experience. If you wanted to go to the dunes and go off-roading 4x4 will be helpful. You could potentially make a compromise with a... More
You can do it with a regular car but I would recommend 4X4 it will make your travel a better experience. If you wanted to go to the dunes and go off-roading 4x4 will be helpful. You could potentially make a compromise with a high rise 2x4.