Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp is a truly unique and remote destination nestled in the desolate and captivating landscapes of the Skeleton Coast in Namibia.
This 500 km-long stretch of coastline is where the unpredictable cold Benguela current of the Atlantic Ocean meets the warm desert air, creating a distinctive and moody microclimate. This evocative atmosphere, along with rare desert-adapted wildlife and stunning natural beauty, makes this a destination like no other.
Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp is arguably one of the most remote lodges on Earth and can only be accessed by light aircraft with Wilderness Air. This exclusive desert camp is located in the isolated Kaokoveld, surrounded by gravel-strewn plains and dry riverbeds.
The camp is entirely solar-powered and operates as a joint venture with neighbouring conservancies of Anabeb, Torra, and Sesfontein. It serves as a centre for research and accommodation for scientists and biologists dedicated to conserving desert-adapted carnivores in this harsh region. This commitment allows guests to come face-to-face with these incredible creatures while supporting their conservation and benefiting local communities financially.