Set between the Hoarusib and Hoanib Rivers in Skeleton Coast Park, the shipwreck-shaped chalets at this unique lodge offer unparalleled experiences amidst the land of the untamed. With the 'harshness of the desert and the beauty of the solitary landscapes' surrounding you, guests will instantly feel a breath of fresh air during their stay at this imaginatively designed property. So, what's so special about this landscape which is often referred to as the 'end of the Earth'? Covering 16,845km squared, and declared a nature reserve in 1971, Skeleton Coast serves to protect nearly a third of Namibia's coastline, which is surrounded by sea that is shaded deep green, waves that are a surfer's paradise, and a translucent shore which retreats into endless dunes. With eight double and two family chalets, this property is perfect for couples and families alike, who are keen to explore the far-flung borders of one of our planet's last great wildernesses.