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Stayed at Sossusvlei Desert Lodge for 3 nights. Accommodations are outstanding. We especially appreciated that our suite had heat as temps were quite chilly. Food was exceptional. Service was very good during our stay with two exceptions. When we arrived we planned our stay with...More
This place has it all.
The lodge is spectacular, the landscapes are stunning, the food is delicious, the activities are incredible.
But what REALLY makes this place special are the PEOPLE. The quality of service is outstanding, and everyone is so lovely/funny/caring/generous. They all made...More
This place was an incredibly beautiful heavenly resort in every possible way. The views were spectacular, the room was massive and very luxurious, and the resort itself so ethereal.
Food was varied and delicious, and the staff went out of their way to make us...More
we love this place, the view every afternoon we enjoy the sunset we where able to experience, since the first moment that we arrive in Namibia we so animals, our driver also had an amazing attitude and then we arrive in this beautiful place, quite...More
AndBeyond has hit their mark. Luxurious accommodations with a casual tone, and attentive service with genuine warmth made our visit feel flawless. For our 2-day stay we had a small number of people taking care of us, and each made an effort to get to...More
Pardon my delay in responding. I was in Tanzania and just now saw your question. Namibia is more about landscape, geology and the night sky than large concentrations of wildlife (although you will find some extraordinary... More
Pardon my delay in responding. I was in Tanzania and just now saw your question. Namibia is more about landscape, geology and the night sky than large concentrations of wildlife (although you will find some extraordinary animals at Etosha Park.) The Namib Desert can't support the number of animals that you will see in the Okavango Delta, Maasai Mara, or Serengeti. Nevertheless, at Sousesvlei, we saw a lot of Oryx, marvelously adapted to the desert environment. Huge flocks of flamingos, seals along the famous coast.