Located in the famous Skeleton Coast concession between the Hoarusib and Hoanib rivers in the Skeleton Coast National Park, Shipwreck Lodge is only 45 km from Möwe Bay. The shipwreck-shaped chalets are nestled between the dunes with a view of the Atlantic Ocean where the cold Benguela current provides guests with a refreshing breeze.
Our exclusive clients can look forward to appreciating the harshness of the desert and the beauty of these solitary landscapes filled with geological history. Learn about the fauna and flora adapted to survive in these harsh conditions – all from the comfort of the restaurant deck. There are 8 twin/double chalets and 2 family chalets.
Our 10, ’shipwreck-style' cabins are spread out along the sand dunes. Wake up to spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and fall asleep to the crackling of the wood-burning stove. The design was inspired by the famous shipwrecks that can be found along the Skeleton Coast. Emphasising a light footprint in the area by operating eco-friendly and using solar-power. All 10, ensuite cabins are complemented with the necessary guest amenities like a writing desk, bedside lamp, safe and a wood-burning stove. The 8 twin/double cabins and 2 family cabins all have their own deck to view to enjoy the peaceful landscape. Hairdryers can be requested at the reception.
The restaurant and dining area is the heart of the lodge. Enjoy morning coffee or an evening sundowner on the outdoor deck, or retreat inside and enjoy the views of the starkly beautiful landscape.