Doro Nawas Camp, Namibia

Doro Nawas Camp is surrounded by the rugged beauty that draws the most discerning travellers to Damaraland. And in many ways it is an oasis, set on a rocky outcrop in the valley of the dry Aba-Huab River, overlooking a floodplain.

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
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