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Activities, Sports & Leisure

  • Sossusvlei trips
  • Hot air ballooning
  • Quad biking
  • Sundowner trips
  • Sesriem Canyon
  • Bush dinner
  • Guided nature walks
  • Archery
  • Helicopter flights
  • Scenic flights.


Check in and Check Out Times
  • Check in: 14:00
  • Check out: 10:00
General Services
  • Basic first aid assistance
  • Housekeeping service
  • Ice Machine
  • Individual climate controlled room
  • Laundry services
  • Luggage storage
  • Safari drives
  • Safety deposit box
Children Policy
  • One infant and/or child under 12 years shall be accommodated free of charge if accompanying and sharing a room with 2 full paying adults (subject to availability) and subject to payment of the applicable breakfast and dinner rates.

Available Rooms


The Lodge has 45 rooms that come equipped with its own private to which guests can enjoy stunning views of the surrounding desert. Each bedroom includes; twin beds, seating area and vanity with power points.


There are also three family units available which include inter-leading doors between the bathrooms that connects the two units.  A further three rooms are designed for the physically challenged and are wheelchair friendly.

Room Features:

  • Twin beds
  • Air-conditioning
  • En-suite bathroom (shower)
  • Electronic safe
  • Coffee- & Tea making facility


Junior Suite


GPS Co-Ordinates

Latitude: -24.484035

Longitude: 15.802427


Directions from Windhoek To Sossusvlei Lodge (via Nauchas, Spreetshoogte Pass & Solitaire):

There are a number of routes to follow from Windhoek to the Sossusvlei Lodge. The most direct route with usually the best road surfaces is given here. Others include taking the B1 South to Rehoboth and then on to Solitaire via the C24 and D1261 - a slightly longer route, the only advantage being the asphalt surface of the B1. Another would be following the C26 Walvis Bay road all the way to the C14 and then turning south to Solitaire - again a longer route.

Total distance: 306,9 km
Average duration: about 4 hours
Road surfaces: asphalt 17kms, gravel road 290 km.

Leave Windhoek via the B1 Western Bypass (Sam Nujoma Drive).
Travel for 4,4 kilometres and turn left onto the B1 Rehoboth road.
Travel for 5,5 kilometres down the B1 and turn right onto the C26 Namib Naukluft road at the T-junction.
After 7,1 kilometres along the C26, the road surface changes from asphalt to gravel at a low bridge and maintains this surface for the duration of the trip (please read the special notes for driving on gravel surfaces).
Travel for 22,8 kilometres through the Amani Pass and turn left at the intersection (T-Junction), still following the C26 Solitaire/Walvis Bay via Gamsberg Pass road.
Travel for 70,7 kilometres along the C26 and then turn left at the Nauchas/Rehoboth intersection (T-Junction).
Travel for 53 kilometres along the D1261 to Nauchas.
Resuming once again on the D1261, turn right at the Spreetshoogte T-junction just down the road from the shop onto the D1275.
The viewpoints at the top of the Spreetshoogte Pass are reached after 16,4 kilometres along the D1275.
Thereafter, the road winds down the pass over some very steep sections in places. The gravel surface of the road has been covered in sections with concrete interlocking paving so as to improve traction.
Exercise extreme caution over this section, engage a lower gear and maintain a slower speed. No coaches, caravans or trailers are permitted. They must use the Remhoogte Road, straight ahead at Nauchas.
A further 34,4 kilometres down the D1275 from the viewpoints at the top of the Spreetshoogte Pass, turn left onto the C14 at the Solitaire T-Junction.
Travel 9,3 kilometres down the C14 to Solitaire and turn right at the C19/Sossusvlei intersection (T-Junction).
Continue on the C19 from Solitaire for a further 71,3 kilometres.
At the D826 Sossusvlei /Sesriem intersection (T-Junction), turn right and travel for 12 kilometres.
The entrance gate to Sossusvlei Lodge is on the right-hand side of the road.


On site parking facilities are provided for guests.

Star Rating

4 Star