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Kwessie Dune Lodge Namib Rand Reserve, Namibia

Kwessi Dunes

Embrace the captivating beauty and adventure of Namibia iconic while indulging in eco-friendly luxury at Kwessi Dunes.
SossusvleiNamibia Holidays· 12 Rooms · £££

Dune Serenity, Desert Luxury.

Discover the ultimate desert escape at Kwessi Dunes, a luxurious oasis nestled amidst the iconic dunes of Namibia's Namib Desert.

Kwessi Dunes stunning exclusive location combined with its beautiful rooms allows you to step away from the world for a second and truly enjoy.

Rooms: Kwessi Dunes boasts a collection of beautifully appointed chalets, each designed to seamlessly blend with the surrounding desert environment. These spacious and luxurious accommodations feature contemporary African decor, plush bedding, and private viewing decks, offering guests a front-row seat to the majestic dunes and the ever-changing hues of the Namibian sky.

Location: Situated on the edge of the Namib Desert, one of the oldest and most stunning deserts in the world, Kwessi Dunes is a true oasis within the Namib Rand Nature Reserve, one of the larges private conservation areas in Africa. The lodge's unique location allows guests to experience the breathtaking beauty of the desert, with 15,000 hectares of exclusive use area and access to the rest of the 200,000 hectares, while enjoying the finest amenities and services.

Amenities: Kwessi Dunes offers a range of world-class amenities to enhance your stay. Indulge in incredible cuisine prepared by skilled chefs using locally sourced ingredients, or unwind at the inviting pool area, complete with a stunning viewing deck overlooking the desert. The lodge also features a well-stocked library, a cozy lounge area, and a rejuvenating spa, perfect for unwinding after an adventurous day in the desert.

Activities: Embark on game drives, where you can search for some of the desert's animal dwellers, from bat eared foxes to gemsbok and Oryx. Guided nature walks and stargazing excursions offer a deeper appreciation for the desert's unique ecosystem and the mesmerizing night skies. For a truly unforgettable experience, take to the skies with a hot air balloon safari, offering unparalleled views of the vast desert landscapes, or take a day trip to Sossusvlei.

Sustainability: Kwessi Dunes is committed to sustainable tourism practices, minimizing its environmental impact while preserving the region's natural beauty. The lodge operates on solar power and implements water conservation measures, ensuring a responsible and eco-friendly approach to hospitality. Additionally, the lodge supports local communities and promotes cultural exchange, fostering a deeper appreciation for Namibia's rich heritage.

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Bring your umbrella, it's rainy season. January is mid-summer in Namibia with the possibility of torrential downpours mid afternoon, but with temperatures of 30-35 degrees it tends to be hot and humid.



Similar to January, it is hot and humid with the chance of a downpour in the afternoon.



In March, rainfall starts to decrease and temperatures lower with nights becoming increasingly cool. Although daytime temperatures remain hot reaching up to 30 degrees.



April is predominantly dry and hot, although there can be a couple of sporadic rainy days across the month



Winter is coming. May has little or no rainfall and the humidity is low, in northern regions around Etosha you'll find fresher, greener landscapes with wildlife gathering around depleting watering holes.

  • If you're looking to tackle the Fish River Canyon Hike this is the best time to visit Namibia.


In June the nights are cold and temperatures can drop below 10 degrees, whilst in the Namib desert it can reach below freezing. There is no chance of rain as the dry season is in full flow.



Visitors in July will experience one of Namibia's coldest months, be sure to pack warm clothing as game drives can be chilly.



Like July, visitors in August will experience one of Namibia's coldest months, be sure to pack warm clothing as game drives can be chilly and night time temperatures can drop below freezing both at the coast and inland.



Considered the best month to travel to Namibia, September is temperate with clear dry skies and low humidity levels.



In October game viewing is at its best, the vegetation is fading with temperatures rising up to 29 degrees.



Heat continues to rise, with humidity levels remaining low, however there is a chance of rain in the afternoons.



December brings the first rains of the season, bringing everything to life as animals start to disperse as more water becomes available.


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