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Sev­eral camp­sites

Th­ese sites are all in­side the north­ern part of the park – in other words, the desert flats you drive through via the C14, C28 or D1982 as you ap­proach Walvis or Swakop from the in­te­rior. Many peo­ple rush through this ap­par­ently bor­ing land­scape to get to the sea, but this is a mis­take. Turn off and slow down: Soon you’ll see an­i­mals, and the wilder­ness camp­sites can eas­ily be­come a high­light of your Namib­ian trip. Though you can reach some of the sites in a 4x2, it’s best to drive a 4x4 in the park. Fa­cil­i­ties at the camp­sites – ex­cept for long drops – are nonex­is­tent. Bring your own wa­ter, and take your refuse with you when you leave. Buy a per­mit at the Min­istry of En­vi­ron­ment & Tourism (MET) of­fice in Swakop­mund. Camp­ing R80 per group of up to four peo­ple, R90 per night for more than four. Park fee R30 p.p. per day; R10 per ve­hi­cle per day.

Husab Moun­tain

GPS: S22.64515 E14.99598


GPS: S22.84721 E15.37940

Groot Tinkas

GPS: S22.85407 E15.47502


GPS: S23.05381 E14.98920 GPS: S23.09685 E15.51271 GPS: S23.63744 E15.18209

Ganab Homeb Mirabib

GPS: S23.45265 E15.36020

Kriess se Rus

GPS: S23.30433 E15.49396


GPS: S23.33918 E15.67557

Kuiseb Canyon

GPS: S23.34193 E15.74477 Con­tact: 00 264 64 404 576 (Swakop MET of­fice, ask to be put through to per­mits); 00 264 81 209 5151 (Re­nathe);


Their awe­some camp­site has un­for­tu­nately closed down, but you can still stay over on this farm bor­der­ing the Namib-Nauk­luft Na­tional Park. Guest rooms R710 p.p. shar­ing B&B. Ron­davel R860 p.p.

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