Mowani Mountain Camp
Twyfelfontein, Damaraland, Namibia
Surrounded by breathtaking views, accommodation at Mowani Mountain Camp is in 15 luxury rooms and suites. It is the perfect place from which to explore the southern Damaraland and visit some of its geological and archaeological highlights.
At a Glance
Visit the ancient San rock art at Twyfelfontein
Day and night game drives to explore the area
See the rare desert adapted elephant
Relax by the rock swimming pool
Magnificent desert scenery, fascinating geological formations, archaeological sites and a unique variety of desert fauna and flora
A balloon safari will give you a bird's eye view of this beautiful landscape
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Mowani Mountain Camp or take a look at our itineraries to Damaraland
A stay at Mowani is all about relaxation in beautiful surroundings. However, if drinking in the magnificent landscapes is not enough there are plenty of activities including guided nature drives and hiking on offer for you to embark on.
Guests can easily join an excursion to the historical site of Twyfelfontein, a rare example of San engravings and paintings occurring at the same site. This marvelous archaeological treasure has 2,500 engravings and is probably the finest example of its kind in Southern Africa.
Each of the 15 rooms and suites are tucked between the vast granite boulders and have a private deck and is decorated in East African style. En-suite facilities include a stunning open-air bathroom.
Mowani Mountain Camp consists of 15 luxury rooms and suites, all with en-suite facilities, decorated beautifully in East African style. The luxury tents are all have a private wooden deck offering an open view of the wonderful Damara landscape.
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Standard View Rooms are lower in the valley and look into its impressive boulders. Each has en-suite facilities and a tea and coffee station.
View Rooms face east or north east, and offer views of the valley from a higher vantage point. All rooms have traditional thatched roofs and provide en-suite facilities.
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Superior view rooms face west, boasting incredible views across the valley. Each comes with a double or twin bed, en-suite bathroom, fan and tea and coffee making facilities.
Facing west across the valley, the Luxury Room is a spacious thatched room with a private deck. Although close to the main lodge, the room is separated from the boma area for added privacy.
The Mini Suite is a spacious room with en-suite facilities and a comfortable lounge area. There is an outdoor shower as well as air conditioning and mini bar with complimentary drinks.
The luxury thatched Mountain Suite is tastefully furnished with a distinct African flavor. The private lounge is equipped with a music center, air conditioning and satellite television, complimented by private dining and butler service, and is ideal for honeymooners.
There are no specific childcare facilities available for children at the Mowani Mountain Camp, however, children over the age of 12 years are most welcome to come and stay.
The lodge has a lovely swimming pool which is tucked away amongst the boulders offering a refreshing retreat in between safaris. There are also some good places to sit and read a book amongst the dramatic scenery.
Adventures and activities available at Mowani include guided nature drives in search of the elusive desert elephant and hiking through magnificent scenery. Guests can also join an excursion to explore the historical site of Twyfelfontein. Twyfelfontein is a rare example of Bushmen engravings and paintings occurring at the same site. This wonderful archealogical site offers more than 2,500 engravings as well as various paintings, and is probably the finest example of rock engravings in Southern Africa.
Location & Directions
Twyfelfontein, Damaraland, Namibia
Mowani Mountain Camp is located in the Twyfelfontein area of western Namibia. Situated in the heart of southern Damaraland, between the Ugab and the Huab Rivers, Mowani Mountain Camp commands a stunning location – perched high on a rocky outcrop, nestled amongst large granite boulders and overlooks the gravel plains and mountains beyond.
When to go
The best time to visit Damaraland is from May to September as the temperature is tolerably cool, especially at night. The optimum game viewing times are between June and November. The land will have dried out meaning animals must again come to waterholes to drink. Summer (November to April) also known as the rainy season is best time to travel to Damaraland for bird watching as migratory birds (both intra-African and Palaearctic) flock into the park's many habitats after the summer rains.