In it's prime position above the Swakopmund River, the Desert Breeze Lodge overlooks a vast sea of dunes, offering you the ultimate desert experience. Experience the grandeur of the Namib, while relaxing in comfort and style. We offer a great breakfast with an incredible view. Each bungalow and villa features a private sun deck, offering endless views of the surrounding sand dunes.
Each is individually decorated and comes equipped with a lounge area and fireplace, which offers warmth and a cosy atmosphere on those cool west coast evenings. Breakfast is served daily on the deck or the indoor dining area. A number of restaurants serving a range of local and international cuisines can be found within 4km from Desert Breeze. Desert Breeze has a 3 flower Eco award, 9.5 rating on Booking.com and a 5 star Trip Advisor rating.
There is a lot to see and do at the coast and our reception desk will gladly assist you in booking any of the following excursions and activities in and around Swakopmund.
With our expertise we will recommend only the best.
Visit one of Namibias most scenic spots along the coast. A place where the ocean meets the desert.
Visit the bald granite peaks located between Usakos and Swakopmund in the Namib desert of Namibia. The highest peak is about 700 m above the floor. Get a closer look at the hidden Bushmen artwork, diverse flora and fauna. This is truly a Photographers paradise.
The Museum was founded in 1951 by dentist Dr. Alfons Weber. It is the largest privately run museum in Namibia. On display are various types of indigenous plants, animals, minerals, an archaeological exhibition, the transport system of old days and a variety of cultural historical objects. The exhibition “People of Namibia” focuses on the traditional heritage of the different ethnic groups of Namibia
Visit the Namib Desert and learn more about the fauna & flora surviving in this hostile environment. A fascinating variety of little desert adapted animals live here, like the Sidewinder Snake, desert chameleons, dancing white lady spiders, geckos, lizards and numerous beetles. A trained guide will help you spot them and tell you everything you need to know.
Visit the Moonlandscape and the indigenous Welwitschia Mirabilis plant. It only grows in the Namib Desert and survives under the harshest conditions. The Welwitschia's oldest living specimens are estimated at 1500 to 2000 years. They have only two leaves.
Explore Swakopmund and its historical buildings from the colonial era. Experience modern day Swakomund with its luxury homes and townships. Learn more about this bustling little city.
Experience the joy of flying while savouring the magnificent view of the the dunes from above.
Get a birds eye view of Swakopmund
Experience Namibia’s beauty from a bird’s eye view and fly over the highest dunes in the world.
Surf and slide your way down some the world's biggest dunes standing or lying on a board.
Test your fishing skills and catch some fresh Kabeljou or Steenbras off the coast or from one of the many fishing boats.
Experience the grandeur of the desert on horseback.
Explore Namibia’s beauty in one of the most ecological ways. Ride a bike up and down the dune slopes. All fitness levels welcome. A unforgettable and unique cycling experience!
Learn more about Namibia’s Marine Life. Species that can be viewed include Steenbras, Cape cormorant, Octopus, Green Turtles, Pipefish, White Pelicans, African Penguins, Houndsharks, Rays and Seals.
Learn more about Namibian reptiles at the Snake Park.
Kayaking is a great way to get close to Namibia's marine life.
Walvisbay’s Lagoon is a great place to learn how to kitesurf, brush up on skills or enjoy the wind. Kite & Wind Surfing equipment is available for hire.
Explore the dunes by foot and enjoy the most awe-inspiring colourful sundowners with a glass of champagne.
Experience the abundant marine life from a Catamaran, fresh Namibian oysters & Champagne included.
Visit the Go-Kart track just outside Swakopmund. A fun excusion for young and old.
View the world's largest quartz crystal cluster at the Crystal Gallery in Swakopmund. It weighs 14,100 kg!
Home to the largest breeding colony of seals on the planet, with up to 210,000 seals during peak times.
Enjoy the great views of the dunescapes and ocean while speeding up and down the slopes.
Escape the bustling town of Swakopmund for a unique outing on a camel.