is located in the Twyfelfontein
area of western Namibia.
Perched high on a large private conservancy on the north bank of the Huab
river and commanding impressive views back down onto lower Damaraland
, this is a luxury camp is built in thatch and adobe, with open-sided lounge and restaurant leading out to a very nice pool and campfire area. The ten guest rooms, including one family unit, are ranged across the valley on either side.
Activities include gamedrives primarily in search of desert elephant, walks amongst the spectacular upland scenery, plus visits to the rock art and geological sites down in the Twyfelfontein
Unusually for this area, Damaraland Camp
is usually included in flying safaris and therefore has a more exclusive feel than the slightly lower cost self-drive lodges Doro Nawas Camp
and Mowani Mountain Camp
down in the valleys below.