The Torra Conservancy showcases the best of the Damaraland landscape: stark and surreal surroundings drenched in sunlight. And best of all? Seclusion. Damaraland Camp on the northern bank of the Huab River Valley is a great base from which to explore the fascinating environment of this region.
Guided walks, game drives, mountain-biking trips among the age-old geological formations, rock art, and rare succulents hold the promise of spotting desert-adapted elephant, ostrich, Hartmann’s mountain zebra, springbok, gemsbok, or - if you’re lucky - the endangered black rhino. The region is also a mecca for bird-watching with Rüppell’s korhaan, Monteiro’s hornbill and Herero chat among the recorded birds in the area.
The camp itself consist of 10 Thatched Suites clustered around a main boma which includes a fireplace, bar, and swimming pool. The suites come with en-suite bathrooms, a large dressing room and spacious deck from which you can take in the ochre landscape or the starry, unspoilt night sky.
- Desert-adapted elephant and even the endangered black rhino are among the wildlife roaming the plains of Damaraland
- A paradise for bird-watchers who want to spot endemic Namibian birdlife
- Walking tours of Damaraland’s rare succulents and Petrified Forest
- 10 thatched, adobe-style Suites with en-suite bathrooms, large dressing rooms, and spacious decks
- Nightly campfire and drinks can be enjoyed at the main boma area