Hoanib Valley Camp
Hoanib Valley Camp, nestled in the remote wilderness of Namibia’s North-Western Kaokoland, is a sanctuary of luxury and adventure that promises an authentic African safari experience.
Hoanib Valley Camp’s six spacious tents boast sweeping views of the starkly beautiful Hoanib Valley, where the desert meets the mountains. Inside, you’ll find modern amenities seamlessly integrated with local materials, including furniture made by Rundu carpenters and Himba carvers and baskets weaved by the people of the Omba Project in Windhoek.
An eco-focus means that camp is solar-powered and the tents sit on decks made of wood, bamboo and recycled material composite.
Whilst at camp, you can learn more about the ground-breaking giraffe research taking place in the local area, track rhino through the arid landscape, and spend time with the indigenous Himba tribe, one of the last truly nomadic tribes in Africa.
After a day of adventure, gather around the campfire to swap stories or unwind in the communal area, complete with a library and bar, all while savouring delectable cuisine prepared by talented chefs.
Coral Tree luxury rating
Number of rooms
Children of all ages
Why we love it
‘As one of the best places to see desert-adapted giraffes, lions and rhinos, we love the Hoanib Valley as an insight into the unique game of this area’
Tess, Coral Tree founder
Key Highlights & Amenities
- Visit the Himba People, one of the last truly nomadic tribes in Africa
- One of the best places in Namibia to see desert adapted elephant, giraffe, lion, rhino, mountain zebra, and oryx
- Rustic, spacious and charming tents
- Eco-friendly ethos with solar power and recycled materials