Serra Cafema is located in the extreme north-west of Namibia and is probably the most remote camp in Southern Africa.
For those who appreciate truly wild places, the journey to Serra Cafema is one of the most exciting in all of Africa – the flight in takes guests over some incredible scenery. The airstrip is well to the south of the camp in the Hartmann Valley, an immense grassland plain between two high mountain ranges.

This small, private camp is built within an Falcon of ancient, shady Albida trees on the banks of the Kunene River. Serra Cafema camp is rustic and peaceful, with all the comforts in fully furnished tents with en-suite bathroom facilities.The camp’s six tents are raised off the ground. It has a small swimming pool, dining room and bar. The camp is located just inland from the Atlantic Ocean and the Skeleton Coast. The cool winds that blow from the Atlantic help to keep the camp cool, even in summer.

Guests will spend time in breath-taking landscape scenes in the Hartmann Valley, to the south of the camp, with herds of Springbok, Ostrich and even Leopard. Game drives amongst the sand dunes on 4×4 vehicles and boating on the Kunene River are the focus for the area. Walking trails in the remote mountain and river valleys will always be a highlight for those who enjoy foot safaris.


Small pool
Dining area and bar
Private viewing decks overlooking the Kunene river valley and the Serra Cafema hills.
Overhead fan
Large mosquito nets
Large luxuriously appointed Meru tents which are raised off the ground
Activities :

Nature drives in Hatman’s valley in open land rovers.
Traversing the sand dunes on quad bikes
Boating on the Kunene River
Walks in the valleys and at the waterfalls
Visit to a working Himba village
Full day outings with picnic lunch

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