Brandberg White Lady Lodge has become a choice destination for nature orientated tourists from all parts of the globe. A place where you will feel at home and enjoy a true warm-hearted hospitality and friendship. Whether you camp or stay in a chalet - there will be nothing you'll miss.
Brandberg White Lady Lodge offers accommodation in chalets or standard rooms, all with En-suite facilities. The stylish chalets and the bungalows are spread over an area in the river valley, among large, shady trees. Each unit offers a private veranda, electric lights and roof fan.
The Ugab river valley with its old trees and green bushes is homestead for a wide variety of game, birds, fascinating reptiles and insects. The formation of the Brandberg massive unveils its treasures and secrets to the knowing eye of the geologist. Its sublime beauty nobody can evade. A visit to the "White Lady", perhaps the world's most famous rock painting, is a half-day excursion from the lodge. The footpath to the site offers spectacular views into the open plains of the Damaraland.
The stone-age rock paintings of the San bushmen give evidence of the presence of the famous desert elephants in the area many thousand years ago. Especially during the drier periods of the year, groups of desert elephant rove in the valley of the Ugab river. Here, there is no worry for water and bush and trees to feed on in abundance. Experience these majestic giants on one of our guided elephant drives. A close encounter you will never forget.
Brandberg Campsite is located in the north-central Namib desert at the foot of the Brandberg Mountain and offers 23 campsites.
Each campsite has its own braai facilities and water tap. There are shared ablution blocks with toilets and hot showers, as well as a spacious lapa. The campsites do not have power points.
Brandberg Mountain Hike is an adventurous 3 day guided hike for those that crave a challenge, and guarantees an unforgettable experience. While hiking, you will experience the captivating landscape, with boulders, steep cliffs and imposing rock formations along the way.