A simpler accommodation with a more traditional safari camp feel than its sister accommodation the Dunes Lodge, Wolwedans Dune Camp boasts a similar spectacular setting and the same enjoyable activities. The six tents on wooden platforms are spacious, airy and authentic, with en-suite bathrooms under canvas, subtle furnishings in a warm colour scheme and a large private deck on you can sleep out under the stars. Everything is built on platforms atop a large dune in a remote area of the reserve, meaning the views from anywhere within camp are outstanding.
The lodge and dining area is open on one side, with a sundowner deck for socialising round a campfire and an open kitchen so that you can chat to the chef while they prepare the evening meal. All of this adds up to a tranquil, warm ambience that marks Dune Camp as a true safari-style accommodation. Guided activities include nature drives and walks to various different habitats within the reserve, but you will also want to spend plenty of languid time just enjoying the unique feel of the reserve from camp. It is worth noting that Dune Camp closes at certain times of the year, as the searing desert heat becomes too much for a classic tented camp without air conditioning.