Skeleton Coast National Park: Accommodation
Skeleton Coast Camp
The Skeleton Coast Camp is a unique and fascinating experience. The coastal ecosystem and the inland desert combine to form one of Wilderness Safaris’ most sought after lodges. Built on an island of a dry riverbed the camp is luxurious, tranquil and totally isolated.
Terrace Bay Resort
Terrace Bay is a fisherman’s paradise and an escapist’s dream. It is the last resort along the Skeleton Coast travelling north and stands alone between the Namib Desert and the Atlantic Ocean. Accommodation is rustic and you are left well alone to do your own thing – provided you’ve obtained the correct permit that is.
Cape Cross Lodge
Cape Cross Lodge is a small and luxurious hotel in an astonishing location. The hotel is situated on the seafront of the Skeleton Coast, just out of nose-shot of the largest seal colony in the world. Comfortable rooms with private balconies, a restaurant, cocktail bar and lounge all look out to sea.