(6 tents) PO Box 5048, Windhoek; tel: 061 230616; fax: 061 220102; email: firstname.lastname@example.org; web: www.wolwedans.com
Wolwedans Dune Camp has been the flagship operation in the reserve since it opened. Its turning, west off the C27, is about 32km to the north of the junction of the D827 and C27 (27km past the BP petrol station). Coming from the north, it is 50km south of the C27-D845 junction. If you are approaching from Sesriem, that's about 40km south of the first NamibRand signboard south of Sesriem on the C27. The camp has its own airstrip as well. Once on the 'drive' to Wolwedans, ignore the small house on the left and continue about 20km from the gate to the Wolwedans Farmhouse, from where transfers into the Dune Camp are arranged. Beware of turning off this track, as you may become stuck in the sand.
The whole camp is built on wooden decks, raised above the sand. Each dome tent (about 3.5m square) has twin beds and solar-powered lights. Behind each is its own private hot shower and toilet, and in front is a veranda. There's a central open dining area and sun deck. Activities usually consist of afternoon and whole-day drives, including a picnic lunch, into the reserve with a professional guide.