An angler’s paradise, Terrace Bay Camp offers a simple and peaceful place to stay in a remote area of the Skeleton Coast.
Accommodations at the camp consist of twenty double rooms and two beach chalets. The camp was recently renovated. The rooms are simple yet comfortable. Each room and chalet has an en suite bathroom with a sink, shower, and a flush toilet. There are also tea and coffee making facilities.
The camp is ideally located on Terrace Bay in a remote area of the wild and desolate Skeleton Coast. This region of Namibia along the cold Atlantic Ocean earned its name from the bones of whales that washed ashore during the height of the whaling industry. Now the skeletal remains of shipwrecks that met their doom due to foggy weather and rough surf now litter the beaches. The camp is close to Skeleton Coast National Park which covers 6,200 square miles of the area from the Ugab River to Kunene.