An African Safari with A Difference
By Srinka Datta Roy

Fancy a visit to ‘The Land God Made in Anger?’ This is what locals call the Skeleton Coast of Namibia. The coastal region got its name from the skeletal remains of whales and seals, and more recently, shipwrecks that litter the shoreline. Treacherous weather, rough surf and shifting shores are claiming victims to this day.

In keeping with this dangerous yet thrilling environment, Namibian companies Trip Travel, Journeys Namibia and Natural Selection came together to build Shipwreck Lodge. Consisting of ten ‘shipwreck-style’ luxury cabins with views of the Atlantic Ocean, this remote getaway is your doorway to African desert life, complete with elephants, lions, kudus, seals, birds and other desert wildlife.

For the adventurous, several activities have been planned. Come June 2018, you can look forward to Mowe Bay excursions, Hoarusib river excursions, fishing, a beach lunch and a sunset drive to the Roaring Dunes.

So if you want to explore the rugged African wilderness, a visit to the Shipwreck Lodge is just what you need. After all, not many can claim to have lived in a shipwreck!

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