Natural Selection’s Namibian Shipwreck Lodge Is Isolation Tourism At Its Finest

Namibia’s hostile and turbulent coastal landscape is unlike no other on the planet. 

Uninhabited coastline spans thousands of kilometres on the west coast of the African continent where a harsh desert meets even harsher seas. It has become the graveyard of ships and wildlife for centuries and is now the inspiration for the latest in ‘get as far away as possible’ tourism.

These isolated eco cabins, part of the Natural Selection safari company are designed to resemble the shipwrecks lining the shore. Only ten are spaced across the incredible landscape, are available in double or family rooms and everything is powered by solar energy. The lodge offers a restaurant, lounge, game drives with desert lions and elephants as well as offroad trips to the Clay Castles.

“Spend the day beach-combing for whale bones and debris from centuries of shipwrecks, or marvel at the geologically-remarkable Clay Castles. Really, there’s nowhere like it on earth,” quoted the Natural Selection lodge.

Explore the scenes in the images below, then head to Natural Selection’s website to book.