Huddled between the wild Atlantic waters and massive sand dunes, Shipwreck Lodge provides luxury accommodations in Namibia’s exciting Skeleton Coast.
Opening in 2018, accommodations at the lodge will consist of twelve twin or doubles rooms shaped like a shipwreck. Each room comes with an en suite bathroom including a shower, toilet and washbasin complimented with the necessary guest amenities. The rooms also feature a writing desk, bedside lamp, and a small deck in front of the unit for a view of the Atlantic and sand dunes. A small coffee and tea station with hot water flask is also available.
The lodge is located in the famous Skeleton Coast Central Concession between the Huarusib and Hoanib River in the Skeleton Coast Park, only twenty-seven miles from Mowe Bay. The Concession sits on the Southern bank of the Huarusib River Mouth and encompasses 362,256-acres of land. The Skeleton Coast consists of desolate rocky coastline, noisy colonies of Cape fur seals, and the remains of shipwrecks.