Stay in a Shipwreck Lodge, Go on a Safari, and More on Namibia's Skeleton Coast

 Shipwreck lodge features 10 shipwreck-style cabins on sand dunes with views of the Altantic Ocean.

Shipwreck lodge features 10 shipwreck-style cabins on sand dunes with views of the Altantic Ocean.

Have you ever wondered what it's like to be shipwrecked and go on a safari? Award-winning luxury safari company Micato Safaris has announced a unique four-day safari to the new Shipwreck Lodge on Namibia's Skeleton Coast for the ultimate adventure that offers complete solitude and the chance to get away from it all while connecting with one's surroundings.

 Each cabin is inspired by the famous shipwrecks that can be found along the Skeleton Coast.

Each cabin is inspired by the famous shipwrecks that can be found along the Skeleton Coast.

The new safari experience is designed to dovetail with Micato's safaris in South Africa and Botswana, offering travelers a comprehensive experience in Southern Africa. The excursion may also be combined with the giant sand dunes of Sossusvlei and game viewing in Namibia's Etosha National Park.

 The experience includes nature drives through the Namib dunes with rare plant and animal sightings.

The experience includes nature drives through the Namib dunes with rare plant and animal sightings.

This special Micato experience includes the following:

  • Visits to Olive Exclusive in the city of Windhoek, a boutique hotel that pays homage to Namibia's regions in each uniquely designed suite

  • Two nights on the Skeleton Coast at Shipwreck Lodge, which features 10 units that are designed to resemble the shipwrecks along the Coasts' sands

  • Nature drives through the Namib dunes, shipwreck visits to the Mowe Bay seal colony, rare plant and animal sightings

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Rates for Micato's Skeleton Coast Safari start at $8,650. To learn more, visit www.micato.com or call 1-800-MICATO-1. 

[Images courtesy of Micato Safaris]