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. Twyfelfontein Lodge boasts 57 en-suite double rooms, restaurant, bar and sparkling swimming pool. In construction, utmost care was taken to reduce the visual impact on the environment and to blend into the mountainside with the use of thatch roofs, natural stone and paint colors toning in with the surrounding rock formations.
The guest rooms are semi-detached, and nestle into the foot of the sandstone rock. They are quite a distance from the reception/restaurant/shop area, but there are parking places outside each room. Popular attractions in the area include Burnt Mountain, the Organ Pipe rock formations, Doros Crater and Petrified Forest. Interesting fauna and flora, like Desert Elephant and Rhinoceros, Welwitchia Mirabilis and the endemic Herero Chat is likely to be found on a day excursion.
Twyfelfontein Lodge : Damaraland Location
The Twyfelfontein area, being a very vulnerable and delicate ecosystem, is renowned for some of the best examples of Bushman paintings and rock engravings in southern Africa. Interesting rock formations and the remainder of prehistoric volcanic action can be seen among the most prominent geographic features including the Organ Pipes, Burnt Mountain, Doros Crater and the Petrified Forest.
The fauna and flora of Damaraland and the Skeleton Coast is typical of the Pro-Namib region and plant species include the magnificent Welwitschia, Moringa and a variety of the Commiphora species. The Desert adapted Elephant, Rhinoceros, Giraffe, Springbok, and Ostrich include some of the wildlife which can be found living in total harmony with the community.