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Eagle’s Nest Chalets are beautiful, rustic chalets in the middle of the Klein Aus Vista Nature Reserve and with expansive views of the desert and the reserve.
Eagle’s Nest Chalets has 8 buildings made from traditional stone and some are actually built around large boulders that make up one of the interior walls. Each chalet has a separate bedroom, living room and outdoor verandahs with incredible views of the Namib Desert.
The sunsets out in the desert are incredible and the verandahs have unobstructed views of the incredible colours across the horizon.
The chalets stay cool during the daytime thanks to the stone but can get cold at night, which is why each is equipped with a fireplace for a roaring fire after sunset.
The best part of Eagle’s Nest Chalets is its atmosphere of solitude and space. While it’s only a 15-minute drive from the nearby Desert Horse Inn, the location itself is free of anything except wild nature and have easy access to local hiking trails.
The chalets back up onto a rocky mountain slope and are separated from each other leaving the feeling of space and relaxation.
Take food along to the chalets and experience a chance to escape modern day life and other people for the magnificent Namib desert.
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