All roads lead to Wolwedans and there are many ways of getting there, both by road or air. It could be a stand alone holiday (up to one week staying at different camps), it could be part of a Namibia self-drive holiday or it could form part of a three or four night fly-in safari, ideally at the end of a one week fly-in or a drive-and-fly.
Having had nearly 15 years of hosting guests at Wolwedans and in the process gaining lots of valuable feedback, we would like to recommend, if possible, that you visit Wolwedans at the end of your trip, rather than at the beginning. That is, if you combine Wolwedans with other destinations in Namibia (you can also visit Wolwedans and the NamibRand as a stand alone getaway and book a “Wings to Wolwedans” fly-in safari.
If part of a extended Namibia holiday, there are many reasons for ending at Wolwedans, but mostly because on arriving in Namibia most people are, quite understandably, eager to get on safari and track down the elusive ‘Big Five’. To be honest, until that expectation is met, even the most stunning landscape in the world (never mind fairy circles) will not touch your soul as it should do. Therefore we always suggest to our guests that they visit the north of Namibia first and in the process quench their thirst for game. Then to head west to the coast and onwards to Sossusvlei, before finally arriving at Wolwedans.
Doing it this way, you will be in the perfect state of mind to relax and totally immerse yourself in the beauty and tranquility that has become synonymous with NamibRand and Wolwedans. For guests that are keen to explore the deep south, we offer day long fly-in safaris that we recommend guests do when they have three or more nights with us (please note, the third and any consecutive night at Wolwedans is always at half price).
To get an idea how a three night stay at Wolwedans could pen out, click here… for a sample itinerary.