- Children Friendly
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Kwessi Dunes has twelve comfortable, air-conditioned chalets complete with canvas walls and thatched roofs. Each bedroom has a separate “star gazer” room open to the sky so just the perfect place to lie and stargaze away to one’s heart’s content.
The lodge rooms, guest area, and pools were all designed to maximise the beautiful views.
The group that owns Kwessi Dunes Lodge, Natural Selection, was founded based on their commitment to environmental conservation and the need to protect Africa’s important wildlife areas for the benefit of future generations. Kwessi Lodge are aligned with these goals including improving the livelihoods of communities living alongside wildlife, so they have numerous projects aimed to uplift the lives of those living in villages close to the lodge. The Lodge donates a percentage of all guests stay to their regional conservation and community outreach initiatives. Over-and-above this, a per person per night Conservation, Community and Reserve Fee has been introduced.
This non-refundable fee secures funds that are crucial to our areas of operation for protecting wildlife, wildlife habitat, supporting communities as well as managing reserves and concessions.
What We Love
We love the barren beauty, nature, and peace at Kwessi Dunes. We also love the different activities offered to guests, including horse-riding, scenic drives, and nature walks, amongst others – all so good for the soul!
- AHEAD award
- Africa’s Leading new hotel 2020
Where To Find Kwessi Dunes
Kwessi Dunes Lodge is situated in 15,000 hectares of exclusive desert, just south of the Sossusvlei dunes. The Lodge has access to Namibia’s NamibRand Nature Reserve which is one of the largest nature reserves in Southern Africa, measuring over 200,000 hectares.
There are direct flights to Windhoek from Cape Town, Johannesburg, Frankfurt, Addis Ababa, and Doha. Guests can fly to Windhoek and then switch to a light aircraft to fly to Kwessi Lodge’s private airstrip in the NamibRand. Alternatively, guests who are self-driving can expect to travel between five and six hours from Swakopmund or four and five hours from Windhoek.