Sossusvlei Lodge is located in its very own nature reserve, boasting a total of 43 000-hectares of natural surrounds. This enables Sossusvlei Lodge visitors to enjoy walks and hikes in the reserve as well as having close encounters with animals in the area. The 45 en-suite Sossusvlei Lodge tented rooms are burnt orange, and form a striking visual bond with the surrounding dunes as the sun strikes the sand. The pebble-bordered pathways to the rooms feature a variety of succulents planted in keeping with the desert atmosphere. Decor is African in spirit with an abundance of woven materials creating a natural sense of rugged sophistication. Sossusvlei Lodge visitors can relax next to the fireplace in the lounge during winter or cool nights, while enjoying a drink or even a game of chess.
Meals are an elaborate affair at Sossusvlei Lodge, with the African buffets. The outside terrace is romantically lit at night and the waterhole, which is only 50m away, is also floodlit so visitors can see wild animals quench their thirst too. From soups to meaty main courses and local game dishes as well as dessert and cheeses, Sossusvlei Lodge visitors are sure to be more than satisfied.
To get active, Sossusvlei Lodge visitors can go for a swim in the pool, or for an exhilarating experience, a trip in a hot air balloon is a dramatic must.
For luxury tented accommodation in a spectacular desert setting, Sossusvlei Lodge is a favourite choice for travellers seeking to experience the natural serenity of the area.
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