Damaraland Camp

Damaraland Namibia

  • See the rare desert-adapted elephant
  • Owned and largely run by the local community
  • Daily 4x4 drives and guided walks
  • Spacious chalets with large verandas
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Open: Damaraland Camp is open all year.

Location: The camp is in the Torra Conservancy in northern Namibia.

Rooms: There are 10 adobe and thatch chalets including 1 larger family unit with 2 bedrooms. They are set on raised decking and have verandas. Inside, as well as the bedroom there’s a dressing area and a roomy bathroom with twin hand basins, a shower and supply of toiletries. Rooms are cooled by ceiling fans and are equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, bottled water and a safe.

Activities: Morning and afternoon nature drives along the Huab River, guided nature walks, follow walking trails in the Etendeka Mountains led by a guide, visits to local communities and star gazing. If staying 3 days or longer you’ll have the opportunity to drive out to see ancient rock art at Twyfelfontein.

Facilities: The central area is sheltered by a thatch roof and contains the lounge with a tea and coffee station, bar and dining area, and has a fireplace to ward off any cold weather. Also here you’ll find a gift shop and a small library. Outside there is a boma with a campfire, a popular spot for pre-prandial drinks and, later, for stargazing. The camp has an outdoor pool. The camp offers a laundry service.

Dining: Meals are eaten communally in the dining room or outside in the boma.

Children: Children aged 12 years and over are welcome. There is 1 larger family chalet which has 2 bedrooms.

Health: This is a malarial area.

Communication: The camp has a computer for guest use which has internet access.

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Client Rating for Namibia 5/5 from 12 reviews

I loved the peace, the remoteness and seeing the wildlife adapted to this dry desert was just wonderful.