Twyfelfontein Country Lodge, Damaraland, Namibia
- Accommodation: En-suite twin rooms
- Highlights: Prehistoric rock art and geology, desert adapted Elephant
- Activities: Nature drives, walks, hikes, cycling and guided safaris
- Getting there: Self-drive or fly-in
Situated in the core of the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Twyfelfontein, this Namibia safari lodge enjoys superb access to the ancient rock art sites. This area is Namibia's first and only Heritage Site and a magnificent attraction.
Guests can enjoy luxurious comforts and facilities at affordable Twyfelfontein Country Lodge, whilst discovering the vulnerable and delicate ecosystem of this region. Over 3000 rock paintings and engravings, estimated to be 5000 years and older, are found 4km (2.4 miles) from this Damaraland lodge in Namibia.
Apart from the rock art, there are also wondrous prehistoric geological formations. On explorations of this Namibian area, guests will come across equally incredible flora and fauna that have adapted to the harsh environment. African wildlife and local communities live in harmony in this remote and inaccessible part of Namibia.
Damaraland offers a unique wilderness, dry and seemingly uninhabitable, but on closer inspection guests will see nature's amazing palette of intense earthy colours. The dramatic landscape and sheer vastness is breathtaking. There are numerous adventurous ways near this Damaraland lodge in Namibia to experience a new kind of freedom in one of the world's last wild places.
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