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From December to March temperatures occasionally reach 40C. From April to September, in the dry season, it is generally cool, pleasant, clear and dry. Temperatures average around 25C during the day, but nights are much colder. Frost is possible in the higher areas and the deserts. October and November are still within the dry season, but then the temperatures are higher, especially in the lower-lying and more northerly areas.

Sesriem - Namibia

The Namib-Naukluft Park is not only Namibia's largest park, but also one of the largest in Africa. The desert of the Namib is considered to be one of the oldest deserts in the world.

Sceneries range from vast areas of sand dunes to vast gravel plains or even scenic lagoon on the cost.

The central Namib sand sea includes Sesriem and Sossusvlei on its eastern side.

Sesriem is the door to the sand dune desert. The landscape is absolutely stunning with some mountains to the east and sand dunes to the west. Sunset is absolutely incredible and stars at night are just a dream come true.

The camp is installed around some massive Camelthorn trees (that are believed to be 500 years old).

Sesriem is the closest place to Sossusvlei, and it is very easy to drive out for sunrise in the dunes (dune 45 being one of the most famous), or sunset at Elim Dune.

Mountains and gravel roads in Sesriem, Namibia

At about 4 kilometers from Sesriem, you can find a small canyon. The Sesriem canyon is almost invisible from even a short distance and you really need to know that it is there.

The canyon is usually inhabited by pigeons and crows. You can also find lots of lizards and a specific variety of beetle who leans forward to allow droplets of morning mist on its body to run into its mouth.


Grandiose landscapes, desert and lot of space