Doro Nawas Camp

Doro Nawas Camp rests on a sparse, rocky knoll in the breathtaking Aba-Huab River Valley of Damaraland in north-western Namibia. The stark, rugged landscape of the Doro Nawas Conservancy is prime desert-adapted elephant country, with crystal clear night skies offering up incredible stargazing. By day Doro Nawas Camp commands spectacular views of the Etendeka Mountains to the north and the red sandstone cliffs of Twyfelfontein in the south. A World Heritage Site, the prehistoric rock art of the San at Twyfelfontein offers a fascinating insight into Africa's ancient heritage.  Doro Nawas Camp provides an excellent base for self-drive and fly-in guests. Activities revolve around extensive game drives and exploratory hikes through this unparalleled landscape. A trip to the fascinating Twyfelfontein San art engravings is not to be missed. Namibia's first World Heritage Site, Twyfelfontein has the largest collection of petroglyphs (prehistoric rock art) in Africa. Visit the Damara Living Museum and learn about the fascinating traditional culture of the Damara people. This combination of Africa's past and present makes for a truly unique and unforgettable experience.

    Chalet (Package)

    Accommodation at Doro Nawas Camp consists of 16 units: a mix of natural stone and canvas walls with wood and glass doors, shaded by a thatch roof. n Each chalet is of an open-plan design, with a large bedroom, a double bed, a couple of comfortable, padded wicker chairs, and a ceiling fan and a veranda for stargazing or sleep outs.

      Chalet

      Accommodation at Doro Nawas Camp consists of 16 units: a mix of natural stone and canvas walls with wood and glass doors, shaded by a thatch roof. n Each chalet is of an open-plan design, with a large bedroom, a double bed, a couple of comfortable, padded wicker chairs, and a ceiling fan and a veranda for stargazing or sleep outs.

        Doro Nawas Camp Restaurants

        Meals are served indoors in the dining room or in your room, or outside on the terrace or verandah, and consist of traditional Namibian meals or the more popular westernized dining options.

          Doro Nawas Camp Activities

          Doro Nawas Camp provides an excellent base for self-drive and fly-in guests. Activities revolve around extensive game drives and exploratory hikes through this unparalleled landscape. A trip to the fascinating Twyfelfontein San art engravings is not to be missed. Namibia's first World Heritage Site, Twyfelfontein has the largest collection of petroglyphs (prehistoric rock art) in Africa. This combination of Africa past and present makes for a truly unique and unforgettable experience. Wildlife viewing at Doro Nawas Camp concentrates on the game found in the riverbed and along the valleys that fill with flood waters during particularly good rainy seasons. There are no large concentrations of wildlife, but this arid environment is home to desert-adapted elephant, gemsbok, springbok and variety of other species. This includes the occasional glimpse of the endangered black rhino.

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