A unique and stimulating experience
A camp fire under the Namibian sky - now that's an African experience
Bathroom's have his and her basins, showers and hot running water
Suites are romantically lit with mood enhancing views of beautiful Africa
Chalets are well spaced from each other to provide privacy and seclusion
Damaraland Camp has a pool, bar, fire place and viewing deck
The al fresco dining experience is unmissable at Damaraland Camp
Sundowners on this deck are a must!
Exploring the surrounds and its wildlife is a fun favourite at Damaraland
Surrounded by the surreal landscape of Damaraland and drenched in sunshine, Damaraland Camp, like the rest of Namibia, offers a unique and stimulating experience. On the north bank of the Huab River Valley, the camp looks south over bleached blonde grass, clumps of wild-mustard bush and acacia thickets towards the Brandberg Massif – a multi-hued throwback from the days of volcanoes and dinosaurs.
Damaraland Camp's ten tented rooms form a salute to the setting sun and the Brandberg's changing moods; inside is an ode to a good night's rest. The walk-in tents have en suite bathrooms with hot running water; twin or double beds; coffee stations and a paved patio. The main camp is tiled and thatched with reed sides and a welcoming air of cool relaxation. Next to the pool is a much-used bar and on clear evenings the campfire and al fresco dinner is unmissable.
Damaraland Camp: wild, rugged and fascinating
Your guided walks, drives and mountain bike trails will lead you through age-old geological formations, ancient rock art, beguiling plants and maybe an elephant or two. Desert-adapted animals you might encounter are elephants, gemsbok, springbok, pure-bred ostriches, kudu, Hartman's mountain zebra and, if you're lucky, the world's last free-ranging black rhino. Birding is also spectacular and Rüpell's korhaan, Monteiro's hornbill, white-tailed shrike, Herero chat and white-backed mousebird are some of the Namibia specials you will find in the area.
Damaraland Camp lies in a wild and remote part of Namibia. Inland from the Skeleton Coast Park, the area receives coastal moisture that feeds a fascinating and diverse range of desert-adapted flora and fauna.