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Shipwreck Lodge

 
Shipwreck Lodge is the newest and most exciting property on Namibia’s Skeleton Coast. It opened its doors in summer 2018, and cuts a truly striking look. The design is influenced by the shape of a shipwreck, and is the perfect addition to the raw and rugged landscape in which it sits. Inside, however, it’s a different story: the interiors are both luxurious and attention grabbing.
Main guest area, Shipwreck Lodge, Skeleton Coast, Namibia.

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Family room, Shipwreck Lodge, Skeleton Coast, Namibia.

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Shipwreck Lodge, Skeleton Coast, Namibia.

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Shipwreck Lodge has 10 guest rooms, two of which are designed to accommodate a family. Each of the rooms has an en-suite bathroom with an indoor shower, environmentally friendly solar power, and a wood burning stove to keep you warm on chilly desert nights. Shared guest areas include a large lounge with wraparound deck, a swimming pool, and a restaurant. The views stretch straight across the sand to the coast, and then to the Atlantic Ocean. You never lose sense of your environment, or that you are far from civilisation.
Humpback whale off coast of Namibia, by empusa, iStock.

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Guest admiring dunes, Shipwreck Lodge, Skeleton Coast, Namibia.

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Giraffe and zebra, Skeleton Coast, Namibia.

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The landscape around the lodge can seem quite eerie, especially when the Atlantic mist rolls in across the sand. Shipwreck Lodge occupies a position caught between the Atlantic and the desert, so the direction you head dictates the kind of place you’ll find yourself. In one direction there are black rhino, elephant, impala, giraffe, and mountain zebra, and in the other whale and Cape fur seal. The birdlife along the coast is prolific, and the lodge’s outdoor decks are well positioned for birdwatching. The desert is many things to many people, but never is it empty.
Drive in the dunes, Shipwreck Lodge, Skeleton Coast, Namibia.

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Elephant, Skeleton Coast, Namibia.

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Relaxing on the deck, Shipwreck Lodge, Skeleton Coast, Namibia.

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The Skeleton Coast National Park is the least visited reserve in Namibia owing to the small number of safari lodges that have been built there, but there is so much to see. You can take game drives in pursuit of desert-adapted wildlife, visit the Suiderkus and Karimona shipwrecks, and track elephant along the Hoarusib River, experiencing Namibian wilderness in all its rugged glory, and then retreat at the end of the day to the luxurious surroundings of the lodge and all the comforts it affords.
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