The Doro Nawas Camp in Namibia’s Damaraland is an oasis, set in the rocky valley of the dry Aba-Huab River. The area is home to a vast array of wildlife, and has comfortable en suit chalets and an inviting pool.
The ruggedness of the habitat has produced some remarkable wildlife: desert-adapted elephants and giraffe, bok and zebra. Remarkable art too – nearby Twyfelfontein has towering red sandstone cliffs that form a canvas for rock art dating back to 3300 BC.
Of course, amenities at the camp are much more 21st century, with a cool pool and en suite chalets, architecturally designed to complement the landscape. The perfect place to relax after a hot game drive.
Doro Nawas Camp, at a glance
- Rugged but beautiful habitat
- Fantastic wind-shaped rock sculptures
- Close to Twyfelfontein – home to Africa’s largest collection of petroglyphs
- Choice of 16 luxurious stone and canvas, thatched chalets
- En suites and verandas for sleeping out or star-gazing
- Indoor and outdoor rooftop dining
- Roof terrace and bar
For leisure and pleasure
- Swimming pool
- Exciting game drives to view unique, desert-adapted wildlife
- Walking safaris with expert tracker guides
- Diverse bird watching opportunities
- Visits to the red cliffs and rock art of Twyfelfonten
- Excursions to natural wonders like Burnt Mountain, Organ Pipes and the Petrified Forest