For self-catering accommodation, click here. For camping, click here.

Unguided walking trails through the dunes

Dune-boarding (boards provided at an extra cost)

Bird- and game-watching at water-hole on your doorstep


Kite-flying (bring your own kite)

Star-gazing – see Astronomy

Stunning nature and wild-life photography

Unguided demarcated 4×4 scenic drives on our circular route in the dunes – a self-drive permit must be purchased, preferably in advance. No driving off the demarcated route is permitted.

For those who don’t have their own 4×4 vehicle: Dune drive with driver (Hideout vehicle) 1 hour, 2 hours or 3 hours into varied terrain

Please note our activities in our modified and comfy 4×4 Toyota Land Cruiser, which seats 7 comfortably, 10 at a squeeze.

A Dune Drive is a scenic drive over the dunes (vegetated with mainly camelthorn trees and various grass species), and can be one, two or three hours long.

1 hour – into the dunes for a sundowner (own drinks)

2 hour – into the dunes on our dedicated circular route, stopping for views/photos

The three hour drive takes the guests over the dunes, through rockier and more mountainous terrain and into the western gravel plains of NamibRand.

Game is mostly gemsbok and springbok with some ostrich throughout, although occasionally one sights bat-eared foxes, zebra, cheetah, leopard and other mammals, as well as plenty of ground and airborne birds, desert insects and geckos/lizards.

Visits can be arranged to the NaDEET centre (Namib Desert Environmental Education Trust) – only 5 kilometres away, this is a very worthwhile cause and interesting to visit

Hot-air ballooning by prior arrangement

Relaxing – doing nothing!