Serra Cafema Camp is one of the remotest camps in Africa and offers an incredible experience. Located in the Hartmann Valley, the camp is situated on the banks of the Kunene River, and shares this region with the Himba people, some of the last true nomads in Africa.
Activities here are diverse, including hiking along sand dunes, cruising on the river, capturing stunning landscapes, and guided quad-bike excursions that respect the fragile nature of the dunes. The Himba often pass through camp, enabling you to learn about their culture. Game viewing in this area is comprised of herds of Gemsbok, Springbok and Hartmann’s Mountain Zebra and the Kunene River’s large population of crocodiles.
There are eight riverside canvas and thatched villas on large decks, each with an ensuite bathroom, ceiling fan and mosquito nets. You can eat indoors or outdoors, and there is a pool and library to relax in, along with a sunken lounge.
Fly-in safaris are becoming incredibly popular and you can spend four or five days on what is generally regarded to be Namibia’s most beautiful coast at this luxury camp. 12 tented units house visitors in comfort and expert guides are there to assist you in making the most of the neighbouring park.