There is a range of accommodation and lodges in the Damaraland area. From the luxurious Mowani Mountain Camp to the more modest Doro Nawas and Twyfelfontein Lodge. Staying at these Damaraland lodges allows you to easily explore the Twyfelfontein area, well known for the Organ Pipes, Brandberg Mountain and the rock art including the White Lady Frieze.
If the focus of your visit to Damaraland is to be wildlife then you should consider staying further north at Desert Rhino Camp or Damaraland Camp. These simple tented camps are dedicated to tracking Namibia's Desert wildlife including Elephant and Rhino and offer simple Damaraland lodges in a wilderness setting.
Speak to your Rhino Africa consultant about booking accommodation in Damaraland.
Desert Rhino Camp
Desert Rhino Camp is set in the untamed Damaraland region, with its simple beauty, arid-adapted wildlife, and largest free-roaming black rhino population in Africa. Remote and exclusive, the camp runs in conjunction with the Save the Rhino Trust.
With its surreal geological formations, rare succulents, and rock art, Damaraland is one of Namibia’s most intriguing destinations - and Damaraland Camp is the best place to experience this region.
Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp
The Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp is a unique and fascinating experience. The coastal ecosystem and the inland desert combine to form one of Wilderness Safaris' most sought after lodges. Built on an island of a dry riverbed the camp is luxurious, tranquil and totally isolated.
Mowani Mountain Camp
Between the Ugab and Huab Rivers in Southern Damaraland lies a vast and unspoilt wilderness where you will find Mowani Mountain Camp. Mowani is taken from the word M'Wane, meaning "Place of God", and it is here, that you will find the true meaning of peace and tranquility.
Palmwag Lodge is on the edge of an enormous private concession deep in the wilderness of Namibia's beautiful Damaraland region. Comfortable thatched bungalows and safari tents offer rustic comforts in the semi-desert and the convivial pool, bar, and restaurant area provide welcome respite after the rigours of exploring this vast and uninhabited realm.
Erongo Wilderness Lodge
Erongo Wilderness Lodge is in a postcard valley at the junction of the desert and the interior highlands. Rooms are on stilts above surrounded by large granite boulders and the comfort, romance and tranquility match the spectacular setting.
A conservation success story, Huab Lodge is a private reserve of 8,000ha in the heart of Damaraland's wilderness along the Huab River valley. The lodge has a simple formula for success: home-grown comfort, pristine wilderness and complete tranquility.
Twyfelfontein Lodge is situated in the Uibasen Twyfelfontein Conservancy, approximately five kilometres from the renowned historical site with some of the best specimens of rock engravings and paintings in Southern Africa.
Doro Nawas Camp in the dry Aba-Huab River Valley treats guests to one of the clearest and most astounding views of the night sky. Here you’re in for a star-gazing experience of a different kind: each of the 16 Rooms comes with a verandah made for special sleep-outs under stars.
Etendeka Mountain Camp
Etendeka Mountain Camp is an arrestingly beautiful location, set in the ancient foothills of Nothern Damaraland. The eco-friendly camp is pays its respects to nature by existing with the wilderness rather than outside of it.
Damara Mopane Lodge
Damara Mopane Lodge, which opened in November 2010, is an excellent base for excursions into the scenic Damaraland area of north-western Namibia. From the lodge it is possible to visit the rock engravings at Twyfelfontein (130km) the Petrified Forest (55 km) and the Vingerklip rock formation (50 km).
Camp Kipwe ('Kipwe' means 'blessed' in Swahili) is utterly unique, built creatively into the large granite boulders of the area. Staying here, you feel part of the environment, looking out at the magnificent scenery.
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