As the park is situated so far away from towns and cities, it goes without saying that the park offers its fair share of great accommodation, suitable for all kinds of travellers. You can stock up on most things in the park, and there is also one restaurant at the park’s main camp. The park has traditional rest camps, wilderness camps and the !Xaus Lodge.
This rest camp also offers a range of accommodation options to suit the various budgets and tastes. Some of the accommodation includes camping sites, chalets, and family chalets. The camp can be found in the western boundary of the park, on the banks of the Auob River and it borders on Namibia. Guests can often spot giraffe close to the camp. There is a shop, fuelling station, swimming pool and reception area in the camp and there is also 16.5 hours of electricity a day.
This camp offers visitors a wide range of great accommodation options, which are designed to suit all kinds of budgets as well as tastes. This is the parks largest rest camp and it also serves as the parks administrative headquarters. It has been built on the banks of the Dry Nossob Riverbed and there are various activities and facilities available. The camp has a shop, fuel station, swimming pool, information centre, and reception area. The camp is the only one in the park with phone reception and 24hrs of electricity.
Nossob Rest Camp has a number of cottages, camping sites and 2 guesthouses. It is built on the dry riverbed, and it has become famous for its predator sightings. The camp has a shop, fuelling station, swimming pool, information centre, and a reception area.
Guests choosing to stay in the Wilderness Camps need to know that each camp is limited to 8 people in order to preserve the exclusivity and tranquillity of each camp. No children under 12 can stay in the following camps: Grootkolk, Gharagab, Bitterpan, Urikaruus, Kieliekrankie.
Visitors must bring firewood, their own drinking water, and they should take note that no trailers are allowed within.
The camp has 4 chalets with 2 bedrooms each. Each chalet has a bathroom, ceiling fan, kitchen and veranda. The chalets also have cutlery, crockery, a fridge, linen, and a braai. Guests can share a communal kitchen. Gas is used for heating water while solar energy is used for lighting.
The camp has a luxury honeymoon desert tent, 4 family tents, and 10 two bed tents. The tents have their own bathroom, kitchen and ceiling fan. Gas heats up the camp's water while lighting is provided by solar energy. Guests can cool off in the swimming pool
At this camp, guests can stay in one of three dune cabins while there is also a dune cabin especially for the mobility impaired. The cabins have 2 single beds, a bathroom, an equipped kitchen and braai facilities. Gas and solar power are used to heat water, keep the fridge going and provide lighting.
The camp has 4 riverside cabins which are placed up on stilts and each unit has 2 single beds, with a bathroom, an equipped kitchen and braaing facilities.
The final wilderness camp is only accessible to those with 4x4 vehicles and has 4 log cabins. Each unit has 2 single beds, a bathroom, braai facilities and a fully equipped kitchen.
The lodge is completely isolated and designed in such a way that guests can enjoy the unspoiled beauty of the park. It has been created to blend into the landscape and consists of a 24 bed thatched luxury safari lodge owned by the local communities. The lodge overlooks a salt pan and has a viewing deck from which guests can watch animals. The lodge also has a shop and a plunge pool. Wilderness walks through the dunes are offered and there is also the option of enjoying en early evening drive or an after-dinner drive. Guests can also interact with the local Bushmen and learn more about their unique way of life.