Wolwedans has been chosen as the location in Namibia for the 2013 Sports Illustrated Swimwear 50 year anniversary edition. Shot on 7 continents, two of the Swimsuit models were photographed in and around Wolwedans Dunes Lodges. Cintia Decker from Brazil and Adaora from the US make beautiful ambassadors for Wolwedans... the photography is outstanding, thanks to top photographer Kayt Jones, and the jewel coloured bikinis make a wonderful contrast to the stark beauty of the NamibRand Nature Reserve. The team spent 10 days at Wolwedans Dunes Lodge and had a blast with the wonderful light conditions, where shooting is easy throughout most of the daylight hours. Wolwedans would once again like to thank the amazing team under Chris Stone and MJ Day for the amazing exposure that Wolwedans will enjoy with the publication of the 2013 edition on Feb 12, 2013. 

Conservation giants Kris and Doug Tompkins visit Wolwedans

 

Conservation Giants Kris and Doug Tompkins visit Wolwedans and the NamibRand Nature Reserve

Prominent South American conservation figures Kris and Doug Tompkins have honoured us with their presence at NamibRand Nature Reserve. Following a personal invitation from Albi Brückner, founder and chairman of the NamibRand Nature Reserve, they finally managed to make this trip a reality in July 2012. Four days on NamibRand Nature Reserve (read more...)

 

Wolwedans Collection of Camps is very proud to announce this major conservation achievement of the NamibRand Nature Reserve:

24 May, 2012. Namibia’s NamibRand Nature Reserve, one of Africa’s largest private nature reserves, has expanded its conservation role to include preserving the star-filled nighttime skies that shine above its dunes and mountains. (read more...)

 

Launch of solar-hybrid installation set to reduce carbon footprint 

Saturday the 18th February has been a very special day for Wolwedans. In line with officially presenting its comprehensive sustainability strategy, Wolwedans (read more...)

On Friday the 17th February we celebrated the official inauguration of the Staff / Volunteer accommodation, NaDEET on the NamibRand Nature Reserve. The Wolwedans Foundation donated all building material and sponsored the carpenters  (read more...)

Wolwedans has recently been nominated under the conservation banner for the 2012 Tourism for Tomorrow awards, the winner being announced in Tokyo, Japan during April this year. (read more...

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