The Damara Mopane Lodge is built in the wattle and daub style under Mopane trees and connected by a labyrinth of paths, the main building and chalets of the lodge look like an African village. The walls are adorned by copies of the rock engravings at Twyfelfontein.
Each of the 60 doubleroom chalets (with air conditioning) sits in a vegetable and herb garden surrounded by a low wall. The garden provides the delicious ingerdients for the on-site restaurant. The lodge is connected through a series of paths, enabling guests to follow the shortest route from the main facilities to and from their accommodation without getting lost.
The swimming pool is situated alongside large, ancient mopane trees, an ideal setting to wind down after a long day of touring and safariing. There is a viewing deck is only 300m away from the camp, situated half way up a hill. It overlooks the camp and plains beyond and is a perfect venue for photographing magnificent, colourful sunsets and to admire the wonderful Namibian starry night skies.