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People either love this curious place or hate it, but it does make a statement. Accommodation is in self-contained chalets with private verandas, and guests can mingle with one another in the swimming pool, bar-restaurant and observatory. Walk-in rates are often cheaper.
There’s an adventure centre here that organises scenic flights, hot-air ballooning, quad biking and many other activities.
Towering over the red sand dunes of the Namib Desert, this 4-star lodge offers an outdoor pool and a dining terrace overlooking a floodlit waterhole. Its bar serves cocktails and South Africa’s finest wine. Free WiFi access is available at reception. The air-conditioned, tented rooms at Sossusvlei Lodge feature private patios and individual bathrooms stocked with toiletries. Each has a work desk and an electric kettle. Guests can choose between continental and full English breakfast, with scrambled eggs, omelettes and sausages cooked to order. Lunch and dinner buffets include fresh salads, grilled meat and an extensive selection of desserts. The Sossusvlei offers a souvenir shop with books, African jewellery and clothing. There is also a reading room with a fireplace and an adventure centre, which can organise nature drives, hot air balloon rides and more.
Please inform Sossusvlei Lodge in advance of your expected arrival time. You can use the Special Requests box when booking, or contact the property directly with the contact details provided in your confirmation.