Doro Nawas Camp, Damaraland, Namibia
- Accommodation: Thatch, canvas and stone units with verandas
- Highlights: Desert adapted Elephant and Twyfelfontein Rock Art
- Activities: Nature drives, birding, biking and exciting excursions
- Getting there: Self-drive or fly-in
The arid landscape that surrounds this Damaraland lodge in Namibia is starkly beautiful and home to the desert adapted Elephant, Gemsbok and Springbok. Spectacular views and ancient rock formations characterise this rugged area. After some seasonal rains, the Aba-Huab River Valley fills with floodwater and desert flowers appear.
For a luxurious Damaraland lodge in Namibia, Doro Nawas Camp offers a wonderful base from which to explore the surroundings. There are dry riverbeds, flattop outcrops and interesting canyons as well as savannah and grasslands. Nearby is the World Heritage Site of Twyfelfontein with its ancient engravings and petroglyphs, a Petrified Forest and more. Wildlife can be seen in the valley and along the riverbed and birdlife is excellent with a number of endemic species.
Guests can enjoy excursions to these famous areas as well as guided drives and biking. Back at Doro Nawas Camp, visitors can relax in comfort in one of a number of stylish sitting areas or even by the fire, either way the views are beautiful. There is a modern pool with loungers and roof top deck for sundowners, stargazing and dining under African night skies. There are also indoor dining areas, a bar, and a small gallery displaying Namibian art and curios.
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