Doro Nawas rests on a small hill on the edge of the dry Aba-Huab River overlooking ancient plains with glorious views of the Etendeka Mountains to the north and the red sandstone cliffs of Twyfelfontein in the south.
Doro Nawas Camp has 16 natural walled chalets, the design and décor blending in with the surrounding scenery.
The chalets are a mix of natural stone and canvas walls with wood and glass doors, shaded by a thatch roof. Each chalet consists of a bedroom, an en suite bathroom with outdoor shower, and a veranda for stargazing or sleep outs.
The main building is perched on the top of a small hill and has an unspoilt, panoramic view of the diverse and dramatic landscape; tabletop outcrops, small canyons, dry riverbeds, savannah and grassland.
The main area is made up of indoor and outdoor rooftop dining areas, a residential pool area, bar, curio and small gallery exhibiting Namibian art. A staircase to the roof is a great location for sundowners and stargazing.
The camp provides an excellent base for exploring the local area in both game drive vehicles and on foot, taking in the spectacular views and desert scenery.
This is prime desert-adapted elephant country and clear nights offer ample opportunity for magnificent stargazing, while the ancient rock art of Twyfelfontein is a glimpse into a long-gone world.
Doro Nawas is an excellent base for self-drive and fly-in guests exploring this area. The camp operates as a joint venture with the local community and is acknowledged as a shining example of modern community-based ecotourism.