Wilderness Safaris Serra Cafema Camp is one of the most remote camps in Africa, On on border of Namibia and Angola on the mighty Kunene River located in the sweeping Hartmann's Valley.
The Wilderness Safaris camp is a private & tranquil, influenced by the local Himba tribal culture of natural elements in the shade Albida tree.
The lodges are made up of nine chalets constructed out of timber, canvas, and thatch, raised on wooden stilts with verandahs that blend into the trees. Each cabin is en-suite with ceiling fans and mosquito netting.
The Serra Cafema main lodges have an indoor dining room and outdoor boma, lounge, library, and swimming pool, all with magnificent views.
The area is much like a Martian landscape, and the lodge can only be reached by light aircraft or experienced 4X4 drivers. Set among Albida trees, the camp will attract safari veterans and lovers of the desert who enjoy setting out on quad bikes.
Marienfluss Mountain range in search of Namaqua chameleons or fabled ‘fairy circles’, bizarre circular spots of the dappled pattern on the sand. Other highlights are Ruppell’s korhaans, Africa's roadrunner or a loan Oryx in the desert.
The lodge offers river cruise to Angolan where you can enjoy a sunset and spot a crocodile before making your way back for private dinner in the wine cellar.