The southern regions of the NamibRand Nature Reserve are easily accessible from Boulders Camp, and experienced guides conduct on scenic game drives and walking safaris along the ancient routes in the hunting grounds of the San Bushmen. This opens a window into the world of uniquely adapted desert flora and fauna. Game species found in the reserve include gemsbok, mountain and plains zebra, springbok, red hartebeest, bat-eared fox, spotted hyena, Cape fox, and African wildcats. The rockier areas are inhabited by kudu, klipspringer, baboon, and leopard, while the dunes are inhabited by a rich and diverse micro-fauna.
The camp’s central area features a tented dining room, cozy lounge, breakfast deck, pool, and open fireplace. Sundowners can be enjoyed from the top of a mountainous rock plateau close to camp. A resident chef ensures that the Wolwedans reputation for some of the best food in the country is not in danger. The dinner locations vary from night to night, but the excellent quality of the accompanying wines from South Africa remains the same. For those in need of some extra pampering, the resident massage therapist specializing in Swedish massage, Marula Oil massage, Indian head massage, and foot massage for a decadent and relaxing experience.