WOLWEDANS BOULDERS CAMP

Sleeping a maximum of 8 guests in 4 spacious tents, Boulders is undoubtedly the most exclusive camp at Wolwedans.
Class: Tented Camp, 4 Star

Sundowners can be enjoyed from the top of a mountainous rock plateau close by, delivering epic impressions of the vast beauty of the surroundings…

Situated 45 kilometers south of Wolwedans and hugged by massive granite rocks, Boulders Camp is the latest addition to the Wolwedans Collection. The main area consists of a dining and lounge tent, a breakfast deck and open fireplace. Sundowners can be enjoyed from the top of a mountainous rock plateau close by, delivering epic impressions of the vast beauty of the surroundings. From Boulders Camp you will explore the deep south of NamibRand Nature Reserve. Guided scenic drives, or two to three hour walking safaris treading along the ancient hunting grounds of the bushmen, will happily fill your days. Boulders provides a classic safari experience and the camp calls for a two night stay - ideally booked in combination with one or two nights at any of the other camps in the dunes.
Location
From Windhoek you travel south via Rehoboth (tarred road), and proceed on gravel road via Kobos, Klein Aub, Rietoog and Buellspoort (B1, C24, MR47, D1206) onto the D854. Where you intercept the C19 turn left and after some 5km, turn right onto the D845. Travel some 16 km’s and turn left onto the C27. You stay on the C27 heading south until you reach the first NamibRand signboard. Carry on straight and remain on this road for approx. 45 km until you find the Wolwedans gate on the right hand side. Follow the signs to the Wolwedans farmhouse/reception, which is another 20 km’s from the gate. From here you will be transferred to the Wolwedans Dune Camp or Wolwedans Dunes Lodge. Please do not leave the main road!

Coming from Windhoek you can alternatively choose the scenic route via Spreetshoogte Pass ending at Solitaire (420 km). From Solitaire you head south on C19, turn left onto the C27 to Sesriem and proceed south on C27.

You can also travel on tarred road from WHK to Mariental, then on gravel via Maltahöhe and Tsarispass to Wolwedans (511 km).