The Tsauchab River is a 100km long temporary body of water, strengthened during occasional rainfalls, that flows through the Sesriem Canyon towards the Sossusvlei salt pan. Over the years, the river has carved the canyon in sedimentary rock. The canyon is located in the southern part of the Naukluft mountain range.
Sesriem is the main access point to the Namib-Naukluft National Park and can be accessed via a 20-minute drive from the lodge. Sossusvlei is a salt and clay pan within the national park, best known for its red sand dunes. Wildlife in this arid region consists of many insects and reptiles, as well as hyenas, gemsbok and jackals.
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