Providing guests with perfect outlooks over the endless desert plains and the lofty tors of the Brandberg Mountains, Damaraland Camp is one of Namibia's leading properties. Situated in the Huab River Valley in the Torra Wildlife Conservancy, the camp boasts a strong eco standing, with the camp, for the most part, run and owned by the local community. Its construction is a further reflection of high eco standards with the property combining modern touches with a traditional edge.
Accommodation is raised off of the ground on wooden decking and as such provides spectacular views of the valley. Each of the 10 rooms is mosquito proof and is comprised of a canvas wraparound with thatched roofs. One of these rooms is suitable for families, with two bedrooms on offer. All of the accommodation provides en suite facilities, in the form of an open plan bathroom that affords guests a shower, toilet and double wash basin.
The central area of the camp boasts a large campfire and a comfortable lounge area for guests to relax, along with an inviting swimming pool, ideally located next to the camp bar. The activities offered by the camp provide guests the chance for cultural interaction and game drives on which there is the chance to spot desert elephant and possibly black rhino.
From Swakopmund the camp is a 60 minute light aircraft flight, from Windhoek 1 hour 40 minutes and from Ongava 60 minutes.
Game drives, sundowner drives, guided walking safaris and scorpion walks, cultural interactions, boma dinners and back of house tours and camp chats on desert adapted elephants and the Torra conservancy.
Read what our previous clients thought of Damaraland Camp
Also extremely comfortable and the wecome here too was warm and felt so very genuine and unforced. All the staff were delightful and my guide Nestor very knowledgeable and took good care of me especially when Rhino tracking and negotiating the steep decline to Sesriem. the communal dining here was very much enjoyed and loved the menu delivered almost as a performance. (The Namib "click version") Again…
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