The clicked !N of Doro Nawas is the domain of expert linguists but the comfort, total isolation and scenic splendour are all yours. What a bonus if you happen to be an expert linguist. Taking its cue from the classic safari camp – rustic wood and thatch chalets around a vast open-plan living area - Doro has had the benefit of modern trends. Everything opens from floor to ceiling to include the spectacular views of the Etendeka Mountains and the sandstone cliffs of Twyfelfontein.
Rooms are enormous stone, canvas, wood, and thatch chalets that open onto a private veranda; the en suite bathrooms have outdoor showers. The living area rests on a rocky outcrop and has a rooftop deck the looks out over the valley and up into the night sky. Downstairs, to complete the picture of luxury, there is a lounge, a restaurant and bar, and a pool deck.
Doro Nawas: nature, wildlife and ancient rock art
Situated in the Abu-Huab River valley, your stay at Doro Nawas will be filled with wonder and diversity. Nature drives introduce you to the fascinating delicacy of the semi-arid Damaraland area; walking trails and game drives along the river valley offer the thrill of an encounter with desert-adapted elephant, black rhino, gemsbok, ostrich and springbok; and the highlight will be hours spend exploring the Twyfelfontein, which has the largest collection of petroglyphs in Africa.