The latest addition to Wolwedans’ very attractive portfolio, Boulders Camp is located on the NamibRand Nature Reserves, 45 km south of the Dunes Lodge.
Set against a collection of giant-sized granite rocks, overlooking the reserve’s plains, the camp is a wood and canvas build, and consists of a mess area and 4 sleeping tents. Raised on a wooden platform, and protected by peaked canvas roofing, the shared areas consist of dining and lounge areas, with the kitchen sandwiched between the two, and extensive decking on both sides; one containing a fire pit, the other a sundowner spot. The lounge is particularly comfortable, with large leather sofas, low tables, a small library and a collection of ostrich eggs.
Food & service
Delicious meals are taken communally, at a lovely dining table lit by an old solar powered lantern.
The sleeping tents of Wolwedans Boulders Camp are accessed by a set of small wooden steps. Raised and possessing stretched canvas roofing, each includes a veranda, four poster bed, roll-up canvas walls, 360 degree views and a separate bathroom. Characterised by a simple dressing table, a storage chest, attached benching and loungers, the rooms are modest and extremely comfortable. The bathrooms contain twin basins, a shower and flush toilet.
Activities at Wolwedans Boulders Camp include nature walks, wildlife drives, sundowner drives, guided walks, ballooning and scenic flights.
The Reserve is a member and contributor to the Southern African Avi-Faunal Atlas and the Large Carnivore Atlas of Namibia. Local outreach efforts focus mainly on predator-livestock management on neighbouring properties. Further information is available on the Wolwedans Private Camp accommodation page.