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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.

Vanaf € 118,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info
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Our favorite

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).

Kenmerken

  • rust en natuur
  • stijl en design
Hotelnaam:
Sossus Dune Lodge
Plaats/regio:
Sossusvlei
Code:
H17230
Klasse:
Vanafprijs:
v.a. € 118 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)




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Kamerbeschrijvingen

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.

Ligging

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

Aantal kamers

25

Faciliteiten

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Zwembad

Activiteiten

  • 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 has a lot going for it."

   11-01-2017
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.

"A lovely setting"

   05-01-2017
Set overlooking the plain with a verandah outside the dining room giving wonderful views of the sunset. The rooms were comfortable and spacious and the food excellent. There was little to see except the odd hyrax and springbok but a nice place to just relax.

"Grew on us"

   03-01-2017
On arrival we were told to drive up to the lodge to unload so no issues there. We arrived the first storm for 6 months. When we walked into our rooms they were stifling hot (we found out later they were in the middle of a power failure) and I was worried that we would not be able to sleep. When the power was restored we opened all the doors and windows (not cared about the baboons) and they cooled quickly with the fans. Dinner was a set menu with two options for main course, but good quality and the staff were very friendly. The sunset views from the deck with dinner are stunning. Being in the park gives you early access to the dunes allowing you to get there without crowds and before sunrise.

"So hot"

   03-01-2017
Well we knew that it would be hot here but for two people who enjoy heat it nearly beat us. The accommodation is lovely and original. My main observation is that there is no shelter on the room terrace. It would be improved if some shelter was provided so you could enjoy outside. Also you can not leave windows open due to the baboons so it was extremely hot at night as no air-conditioning. Made sleeping difficult. Food was a set menu and not very inspiring. However breakfast was good and I have to compliment the lodge on the packed picnic they provided when visiting the dunes for sunrise. Staff were all great who we met.

"Good location for dune access, excellent dune guide from Lodge"

   31-12-2016
The main advantage of the lodge is that it is inside the park so you can get to the dunes earlier than people staying outside of the park. As another reviewer said - the parking is far from reception and it is not clealry indicated how one is supposed to proceed. We drove straight up to reception anyway, the time to offload our bags (the porters made an appearance and helped us from there), then parked the car afterwards in the carpark - the staff had no problem with this. The lodge itself is pretty good, but in late November we found the chalet to be very hot from early afternoon onwards. No air conditioning and despite the net curtains and the standing fan, it was impossible to cool down the chalet. Inadvisable to open the doors to allow a through-draught because of baboons. Staff often a but lethargic and lunch was extremely slow - toasted sandwiches were the only thing on offer and took an hour and a half to process our order - then getting it wrong but w were by then so hungry that we ate it anyway without complaining. FIVE STARS, however for the morning and late afternoon guided walks. The walks are fairly pricey which perhaps discourages many people, who assume that they can do it themselves as well and save on costs. Firstly, all those who think 4x4 sand driving is easy, be warned - the road into Dead Vlei is clearly marked as being "for experienced drivers only" - otherwise one can leave one's car at the parking lot and take the shuttle provided - before sunrise we passed a 4X4 that was stuck, and "Rambo 2" (an arrogant Swede also staying at Sossus Dune Lodge, who refused the guided drive/walk because he could do it himself) got nicely stuck with his hire vehicle that evening. If you take the guided trip you won't encounter this problem. There were just six of us on the morning drive (ourselves and four Germans) with our most friendly and knowledgeable guide, Sammy, who got us to Deadvlei in time to climb the adjacent dune in time for sunrise. We were ahead of any other (private) group by at least 15 minutes, and no-one else climbed the dune, they all headed straight into Deadvlei - think the view from the dune was better at that time of the day. Later, Sammy took us into Deadvlei before serving us a delicious breakfast under a tree. Even more lucky for the afternoon drive. There were only the two of us with Sammy, so we had a private guide who took us into the dunes to explain and show us the plant and animal life, before heading to Dune 45 for sunset. Should we ever visit Sossusvlei again, we will definitely stay at Sossus Dune Lodge and also definitely take the guided tours. Sammy, thank you again for a fantastic time, and we hope that most of your tourists are more co-operative and less selfish than that arrogant Serbo-Swedish couple - you know who we mean..!


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