NamibRand Private Reserve

Wolwedans Boulders Camp


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.

Wolwedans Boulders Camp Namibia Dining Room

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.

Wolwedans Boulders Camp Namibia Exterior


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.

Wolwedans Boulders Camp Namibia Deck

To find out more about Wolwedans Boulders Camp and to arrange your tailor-made trip, get in touch with us today.

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