Damaraland is the area of wild desert mountains between the desolate plains of the Skeleton Coast and the plateaux of central Namibia. Its incredibly sparse population is made up mainly of the Damara people, after whom it was named, and this expanse of wilderness is one of Africa’s outposts of truly ‘wild’ life.
Visitors can sometimes see zebra, giraffe, elephant and even black rhino wandering outside protected areas. Damaraland is also home to Namibia’s highest peak and the fine, prehistoric rock paintings and engravings of Twyfelfontein.
Camp Kipwe is set within the Twyfelfontein Conservancy in Damaraland, Namibia. It is an area renowned for its geology, unusual rock formations, rock paintings and flora and fauna endemic to the area.
Damaraland Camp is located in possibly the most pristine wilderness area in Namibia, the Huab River Valley. Boasting panoramic vistas of stark plains, ancient valleys and the soaring inselberg of the Brandberg Mountains.
Doro Nawas elegantly combines the comfort of its sixteen stone and thatch rooms with unspoiled panoramic views over small canyons, savannah and dry riverbeds. A perfect place to explore the wild and desolate Damaraland area with your guide.
Etendeka Mountain Camp
A wonderfully simple little camp, Etendeka's ten tented rooms nestle in the foothills of the Grootberg Massif, in northern Damaraland. The scenery around camp is incredible; towering mountains and deep valleys just waiting to be explored with your guide.
Etendeka Walking Trails
Etendeka Conservancy, Damaraland, Namibia
Set in the foothills of the Grootberg Massif is the Etendeka Walking Trails. Guests can experience a completely authentic trek through one of Namibia's most untouched landscapes to enjoy the scenery and wildlife that this area has to offer.
A superb lodge with incredible views over the Etendeka Plateau in Namibia's remote north eastern province, Grootberg offers a variety of activities to explore the Damaraland area.
Mobile Camping Safari
Mobile Camping Safaris in Damaraland and Kunene take you off the beaten track in to Southern Africa's most remote corners. These wild and remote regions offer incredible wildlife, impressive scenery, and fascinating cultural interactions.
Mowani Mountain Camp
Twyfelfontein, Damaraland, Namibia
Surrounded by breathtaking views, accommodation at Mowani Mountain Camp is in fifteen luxury rooms and suites. It is the perfect place from which to explore the southern Damaraland and visit the geological and archaeological highlights of Twyfelfontein.
Ozondjou Trails is one of Namibia's newest tented safari camps on the Ugab River. Located close to the base camp of the Elephant Human Relations Aid, regular sightings of free roaming elephants are often enjoyed from the camp itself.
Spitzkoppe Lodge is set within the spectacular and remote Spitzkoppe Mountains situated between Usakos and Swakopmund near the Erongo Mountain range.
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