Twyfelfontein, a site of ancient rock engravings and Namibia’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site, holds a certain mystique perfectly complemented by Camp Kipwe. An eco-camp consisting of domed, thatched bungalows that appear to have been revealed when the surrounding boulders tumbled down the slope, Camp Kipwe offers truly magical accommodation that merges with its arid surroundings.
The spirit of exploration is alive and well here. Apart from the draw of Twyfelfontein’s rock carvings are the natural wonders of the region. Morning game drives depart in search of desert-adapted elephants while guides draw attention to interesting aspects of local fauna and flora and hikes through this haunting landscape are spellbinding. In-between, unwind in the inviting lounge, equally appealing to birds attracted to water seeping from the rocks, or take a refreshing dip in the pool.
The Camp’s 9 Standard Rooms feature twin beds that can be converted to double, air conditioning and partially outdoor en suite bathrooms offering the whimsy of a shower in the sunshine or a bath under the stars. The luxury thatched Mini Suite additionally includes laundry service, mini bar and lounge with satellite TV.
- An eco-friendly camp huddled amid the round boulders in Twyfelfontein
- Vast views over the Aba Huab Valley, Damaraland
- Facilities include a lounge visited by birds who drink water seeping from the rocks and a rock-rimmed swimming pool.
- Explore with morning game drives in search of desert elephants, hikes and visits to the Twyfelfontein World Heritage Site.
- 9 Rooms and one Suite afford an intimate stay