Nearby attractions include Namib Desert, Sesriem, Dune 45, Sesriem Canyon and Namib-Naukluft Park
Game drives offer viewings of a range of species within the area, including springbok, oryx and cape fox
Activities include hot air balloon flights, scenic air flights, sunset game drives, walking and hiking trips, horseback trails and more
Sand dunes are the tallest in the world, in places rising more than 300 meters above the desert floor
Range of accommodation options to suit all requirements, with lodges, camps and guest houses all on offer
Guests can enjoy a good range of accommodation options, with lodges, camps and guest houses on offer – all providing excellent facilities, top notch service and host of other features to enjoy. ... Sossusvlei Accommodation
There are a large number of things to see, try and do while you are visiting Sossusvlei. Birding is also fairly abundant, with a large number of birds of prey and other desert-dwelling bird ... Sossusvlei Tours
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What better way to experience the famous dunes of the Namib than to set up camp in Sossusvlei, and spend your days exploring the area. Attractions within the region include Namib Desert, Sesriem, Dune 45, Sesriem Canyon and Namib-Naukluft Park; all offering a range of stunning landscapes and scenery.
Hot air balloon flights, scenic air flights, sunset game drives, walking and hiking trips, horseback trails and more await; while those seeking to further explore the area can enjoy game viewing at the nearby Namib Naukluft Park, with sightings of springbok, oryx and cape fox to name a few. For the more active, exploring the dunes of Sossusvlei is a must, these towering dunes can be climbed – or you could try the thrill of dune boarding across Dune 45.
Ranging in different shades, the burnt orange colour is actually a sign of the dunes’ age. The orange colour develops over time as iron in the sand is oxidized, like rusty metal; the older the dune, the brighter the colour. The sheer size of the dunes is quite astounding, and a camera is essential when visiting this area!