One of Namibia’s most remote lodges, the exclusive and luxurious Okahirongo River Camp is hidden away in the northwestern corner of Namibia within the Marienfluss region.
Accommodations at the camp consist of four luxurious double tents, one twin tent, and one family suite. Harmoniously built into the rocky terrain, each wood and canvas tent offers incredible views of the stunning savanna and mountains. Even the minimalist African decor is reminiscent of the clean-lined, sweeping landscape. The spacious bedrooms include lavish four-poster beds. While the large en suite bathrooms feature double sinks and either an indoor chromotherapic shower or a panoramic open-air shower. For added privacy and relaxation, each tent comes with a spacious deck. The family suite is made up of a generously-portioned cottage with two bedrooms, each one with its own en suite bathroom, and a shared outdoor deck.
Bordered by Skeleton Coast Park and the impressive Kunene River, the area is home to a variety of wildlife. Many species call the Kunene region home including the unique desert-adapted elephant. These amazing pachyderms can survive for days without water, only relying on plants for moisture. Rhino have been reintroduced to the area after years of poaching eradicate them. Other animals that flourish in the area include oryx, kudu, springbok, ostrich, giraffe, and mountain zebra. This region is also home to the Himba people, one of the last semi-nomadic, desert-dwelling people on the African continent.