The camp is known for its impressive views of the desert landscapes and the coming together of shapes and colors of the dunes and sunset making the part a photographer’s haven.
As from March to June and mid-August to December the Wolwedans experience neutral temperatures.
During the summer, temperatures range between 34 and 38 degrees (Celsius) with almost zero humidity, with rising as high as 42 degrees on occasion.
The winter cold is felt at night with temperatures falling below zero as well as the intermittent frosty nights. But you get to experience a rather pleasant day during this season.
Given its remote location, accessing Wolwedans can be quite the task but nit impossible. You can either get here via air, by self drive or using transport options provided by the camp which include a guide.
The Reserve is located 60km’s south of Sossusvlei / Deadvlei and Sesriem and it borders the Namib Naukluft National Park thus with self drive, you can combine you drive to Wolweans with a desert experience.
Driving to the NamibRand Nature Reserve is so much cheaper than flying and allows you to really enjoy the incredible change of scenery, wide open spaces and seemingly endless vista’s that unfold before your eyes, making the journey there, part of the destination.