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Shipwreck Lodge

Having opened its doors beginning of June Shipwreck Lodge combines complete isolation with architectural finesse. The Lodge finds itself along the Skeleton Coast, which justifies its name by the numerous ship skeletons found along its coast line. The design of the eight bungalows reflects the numerous stranded wrecks. These are arranged around a centrally situated restaurant including a lounge area. 

A variety of activities are being offered within the Skeleton Coast National Park. The compulsory 4x4 dune drives are as much part of it as are the excursions to the shipwrecks along the Atlantic Coast and the drives into the nearby Hoanib River, known for its high population of desert dwelling elephants. Guests preferring less action are welcome to go for long walks along the beach. 

How to get to Shipwreck Lodge? Self-driving guests can travel up to Möwe Bay, where they are able to park their vehicles and get a transfer to the lodge 45 km further away. The distance from Swakopmund to Möwe Bay is 432 km, Terrace Bay has a filling station.

Shipwreck Lodge lies within the upper price level. A double room including full board and activities is charged at N$ 10.200 per person / night (low season 16.11.2018 – 19.12.2018)

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All pictures Copyright Shipwreck Lodge / Natural Selection Namibia

Shipwreck Lodge Bungalows

A Lodge in the dunes of the Namib

Shipwreck Lodge at sunset

Shipwreck Lodge at night

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