Damaraland Camp

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Damaraland Camp is a warm, friendly place situated in the Huab River Valley in one of the most pristine wilderness areas. As such it offers endless vistas across stark plains, ancient valleys and soaring inselberg of the Brandberg Mountains

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$1790 per person, per night

Damaraland Camp is a warm, friendly place situated in the Huab River Valley in one of the most pristine wilderness areas. As such it offers endless vistas across stark plains, ancient valleys and soaring inselberg of the Brandberg Mountains

Located on the north face of the Haub River valley 90 kilometres from Torra Bay, the camp is situated in a mountainous region of north-west Namibia.

The camp comprises 10 large, en suite, adobe-style thatched units that are raised off the ground, each with a walk-in dressing area and a large deck where you can sit and contemplate the wonders of the desert.

The central spacious living area combines the dining area, bar and fireplace. There is a swimming pool next to the bar.

An open campfire and outdoor ‘boma’ are enjoyed during calm evenings, and stargazing is superb thanks to the crystal-clear night skies.

Activities include nature drives, walks and mountain biking during which guests can see species such as desert-adapted elephant, gemsbok, greater kudu springbok, and occasionally cheetah and black rhino. Interesting flora like euphorbias and shepherd’s trees can also be seen.  The area also has some of Africa’s best rock engravings including the famous Twyfelfontein etchings.

Damaraland Camp endeavours to integrate the local community and the environment with sustainable ecotourism, and has won an array of awards including the 2005 WTTC Tourism for Tomorrow Conservation Award, one of the top two global travel environmental awards in the world.

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