At over 1000m altitude in the heart of the Alpine region of Valais, Switzerland, Alp Safari enjoys over 300 days of sunlight every year. Cosy comforts and campfires make for fabulous camping adventures in any season. Nax sits at the very edge of the unspoilt Val d’Hérens, overlooking the Valaisan capital of Sion and it’s not one but three medieval castles. Whether it’s wine tasting and artisanal breweries, music festivals and cultural heritage, alpine cycling and glacier trekking, or simply relaxing in the stunning surroundings, the region has something for everyone.
Want to get back to nature but not keen on sleeping on the floor? We offer cosy canvas accommodation for all campers, from the hardened to uninitiated (the really hardy can check out our pitches).
The sort of family camping even your grumpiest teen will love. Sleeps 4-6 and there’s still space for the dog!
Cosy tents for couples, groups and families. Sleeps 2-4 with sunbathing space on the terrasse
Perfect for people on the move, with room for your climbing gear or your e-bikes.
Got your gear? Take your pick of our fully equipped pitches, with views over the Rhone valley.
Relax under the trees by the heated pool and admire the view; sample our selection of regional specialities and wines; watch the sunset from our perfectly-positioned sundowner lounge; curl up with a good book on your own terrace or you could climb a via ferrata; hit the vtt trails; walk on glaciers; visit a mountain refuge; build a den in the forest; take a picnic & go for a paddle in the icy waters of the borgne; tour the traditional alpine villages; zipline the highest dam in europe: there’s something here for everyone.
Hear the wind in the trees and (if you’re very lucky) the rain on your canvas roof. Spot the deer in the woods at dusk, wake up to sunrise behind the mountains (with fresh croissants and hot coffee, of course). Here at Alp Safari we want to share the holiday fun while being one small part of a softer, greener tourism that positively contributes to the beautiful Valais region.