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Sossus Dune Lodge

De Sossus Dune Lodge is gelegen in het Namib-Naukluft Park zelf. De locatie is uniek, want u kijkt uit over de rode zandduinen van de Sossusvlei.

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Sossus Dune Lodge
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Een verblijf in het Sossus Dune Lodge heeft zeker zijn voordelen. Doordat de lodge in het park zelf ligt, kunt u al voor zonsopgang op pad en tot na zonsondergang blijven. Op zo'n 4 kilometer van de ingang bij Sesriem liggen de 25 chalets van de lodge. Ze zijn door een houten wandelpad met elkaar en het hoofdgebouw verbonden. De kamers zijn Afrikaans ingericht in de stijl van een traditionele Ovambo-hut met canvas en een rieten dak. De voorzijde van elk chalet is van glas en de veranda heeft een magnifiek uitzicht over de omgeving met de duinen. Het zwembad kan een verfrissende uitwerking hebben nadat u de duinen beklommen heeft. In het restaurant kunt u genieten van een maaltijd met een goed glas wijn. De lodge organiseert tours door het park onder begeleiding van een gids (tegen betaling).


  • rust en natuur
  • stijl en design
Sossus Dune Lodge
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Dune Chalet
Kluisje, klamboe, loungegedeelte, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, badkamer met douche en föhn, ruime veranda, uitzicht op de zandduinen of de bergen.

Honeymoon Chalet
Kluisje, klamboe, loungegedeelte, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, badkamer met douche en föhn, ruime veranda, uitzicht op de zandduinen of de bergen.


Gelegen in het Namib-Naukluft Park, op zo'n 4 kilometer van de ingang te Sesriem.

Aantal kamers



  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Zwembad


  • Zonsondergang in de woestijn
  • Wandelingen onder begeleiding van een ervaren gids
  • Sterren kijken

De beroemde Sossusvlei bevindt zich in het Namib Naukluft Park.  De openingstijden zijn vanaf zonsopgang tot een uur na zonsondergang. De Sossusvlei is de plek waar een smalle, over het algemeen droge rivierbedding in tijden van flinke regenval de zanderige vlakte omtovert in een klein meer. De meeste accommodaties in dit gebied bevinden zich in de omgeving van de plaatsen Solitaire en Sesriem, op 30-60 kilometer afstand van de Sossusvlei.

"This place should be closed for 6 months"

I arrived late in the evening booked 2 nights so i could have a rest and break from driving I was exhasted the room was nice but for 1650 rand per night you would think they at least have air con there is no luxuries such as wifi tv or music available and the worst of it the place is in full construction mode. I got back from the early morning sunrise tour thinking straight to bed to catch up on sleep but impossible as there was heavy machinery right outside my room digging holes through rocks the noise echoes right across the property I was shattered and can't believe they can still be open charging full price and on a Sunday I ended up leaving to go sleep in my car the works continued till 6pm and started again at 7am unbelievable this was not the relaxing place to stop and rest. This construction project will be going for the next 4-6 months so be warned if you are looking for a peaceful place to stay this is not it right now.

"location 5 star, comfort 3"

The location is excellent and offers the possibility to go to the dunes before park opening. So your foot steps are the first on the dunes and you can see magnificant sun rise. The lodge and chalets itself are basic: no airco (and it can be pretty hot), no wifi. Limited choice during diner (just 1 entree, 1 dessert and 2 diner dishes to make a choice from, you have tp pay your drinks every day. At arrival you have to leave your car at the parking and climb to the reception without knowing how's taking care of your Luggage. Staff not very guest orientated

"Very good NWR Lodge"

This NWR Lodge is really good and not comparable with the awful NWR Camps at Etosha. Nice, clean and spacious Bungalows, really good food, top Tourguides, especially Samy, and really good servive provided from the whole Team but especially from Tina. We felt very welcomed!

"So much going for it, but poor service like at all NWR lodges"

This NWR (Namibia wildlife resorts) lodge is one of their gems, spacious and comfortable suites with a massive bathroom and powerful shower. The room is well decorated and has a fridge as well as a stunning patio which in our case overlooked the Sesriem Canyon. The room gets hot (41deg in Oct) but you can catch the afternoon breeze by opening up all the windows and doors it can cool things down. I think the architects thought this through as there is no aircon but letting the breeze through works. The lovely swimming pool is also perfect for a cool down and beautifully situated against a rocky slope. I enjoyed watching the Rock Hyrax (Dassies) playing and hiding. The pool is lovely and was a great place to relax. Taking the morning dune tour for us was a standout highlight of our entire trip. NWR lodges are the only ones located inside any national park in Namibia as they are government owned. So their big advantage is being able to get to the sights before anyone else and the tour sets off at 4.30am before the gates even open. As a result you're the first group up the dunes. For photographers this is epic. You could also be the first onto DeadVlei if you wish. We watched the sun rise over the dunes another epic moment. John our guide, was informative and interesting to listen to. A delightful and tasty breakfast was served under a thorn tree before we headed back adding to the wonderful experience. Sadly a big negative for this lodge which is the case at ALL the NWR lodges (and we stayed at 5) is the lack of an obvious lodge manager. There seem to be many people running around but nobody is the go to person. Dinners are good but the choices minimal. Definitely make it known if you are vegetarian. There is no choice for starters or dessert and for mains there are only two. I enjoyed my meal on both evenings but my husband's "fillet" he said was definitely a rump steak. The service is inconsistent and the general feeling one gets from most staff (not all) is that they don't really care, take no pride in their work, have no idea of how to delight their guests. The pool towels for example run out and you have to ask for them to be replenished. At that point someone reluctantly brings a black garbage bag filled with clean towels and dumps the bag at the bar door. This is the pool towel collection point - in a black bag on the floor in the bar. It struck us that they really don't care or nobody has been trained and there is definitely nobody in charge managing the lodge. For the price we're paying, there should be top service. This is such a pity for NWR as they have spent a fortune on the lodges, upgrading the infrastructure and applying what their impressive glossy marketing material refers to as a "turnaround strategy". When you pick up one of those booklets you think you're in for a treat. Well you're in for a half treat. Would I go back? Probably not as I have stayed at the Namibrand lodges before (see my other reviews) and thats the place to stay if you've been before and happy to not be the first up the dunes. Next time I'll be happy to be second up those dunes.

"This place has a lot going for it."

Situated inside the NP this means that gate formalities are dispensed with each day. Folks wanting an early start to get to the Vleis early can do so and whilst I have been somewhat sceptical over the Dunes I was quite taken this visit with the possibility of game driving from the lodge instead of just a dawn dash to the Deadvlei and back. Lots of wildlife around and even Deadvlei produced Oryx and Springbock to enhance the landscape. Birds too of course. Food was excellent and staff very friendly despite a small hiatus in the booking. NWR, don't you love them? Cabins are set out in a row with desert views. The extreme ones can be along way on the raised walkway but when you get there the rooms are very comfortable. Car parking is some distance but there is a regular and prompt service by shuttle. There is a nice private balcony/stoop from which to enjoy sunsets with a cool glass to hand. We will stay here again.

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