Mowani Mountain Camp

Namibia

  • Mowani Mounatin Camp blends into the landscape

     

  • View from bedroom at Mowani Mountain Camp

     

  • Mowani Mountain Camp pool deck

     

  • Rooms at Mowani Mountain Camp

     

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  • Stunning views of the Damaraland landscape.
  • Visit the Organ Pipes and Brandberg Mountain.
  • See the ancient Bushman rock paintings.
  • Enjoy the unique style of this remote lodge.
  • Seek out the desert-adapted elephant.

Mowani Mountain Camp occupies an enviable position, perched amid rocky boulders in Namibia's stunning Damaraland. Like its sister camp, Kipwe, Mowani has been cleverly constructed to blend into the surroundings, and manages this seemlessly with the help of an innovative design.

The decor at Mowani is subtle, tasteful and uses local artworks and furniture to finish off the look, all in warm browns, beiges and natural tones. There are 13 rooms and 2 suites.  They are all thatched with dome roofs resembling the surrounding boulders, and the walls are curved. The rooms are split into 'superior' and 'superior view' rooms, the names being self explanatory. The views are spectacular though so they do deserve a mention, there is nothing more relaxing, yet revitalising than sitting on your veranda drinking in the scenery. All rooms have en-sutie facilities with a shower and bath, hairdryer and bathrobes are supplied.  The rooms have twin beds (which can be converted to King size), a fan, tea and coffee and a safe.

The mini thatched suite has a lounge with air-conditioning, a satellite television, a double room with en-suite bathroom, a laundry service and minibar (drinks included). It also has an outside shower set amongst the boulders and a private veranda.  The Mountain Suite is the ultimate in service with it's own butler. It comes complete with air-conditioning, a satellite television and CD music centre, private dining and bar facilities, a double room with en-suite bathroom which includes a bush bath and shower with a view.

At Mowani you can choose to explore the area in your own vehicle or, at extra cost you can join the excursions organised by the lodge.  Visits to Twyfelfontein will enable you to see ancient rock engravings and also the geological oners of the Organ Pipes and Brandberg Mountain.  Alternatively enjoy morning elephant and dune drives which take between 4-6 hours and you may come across desert-adapted elephant.  Nature walks in the area around the lodge allow you to explore the smaller details of the bush, it's amazing what you might miss from a vehicle.  But if you prefer, you can always relax on your private deck, dip in the rocky pool and drink-in the beautful surroundings.

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Client Rating for Namibia 5/5 from 12 reviews

blended into the environment very well. Great lodge accommodation and outlook and well run trip to see the desert elephants.

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Mowani Mountain Camp

Mowani Mounatin Camp blends into the landscape

An upmarket lodge, in a stunning location, perched on a rocky outcrop in Namibia's beautiful Damaraland.

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