Damaraland Camp, one of Namibia's most successful examples of ecotourism, is the place to come and explore an untamed desert. Spot the desert adapted elephants and explore the region's rich heritage by day and enjoy magnificent skies by night.
Damaraland Camp is well known to be one of Namibia's most cherished properties; owned entirely by the local Torra Conservancy, it demonstrates the success of community-based tourism in action. This fun and friendly retreat is the perfect base for guests to explore this unique region, famed for its flat topped mountains and dry river beds. Thoughtfully constructed using natural materials, the open design and neutral colour schemes make the most of the views, creating a panoramic effect.
Damaraland Camp features ten adobe-style thatched suites, elevated to offer unobstructed views across the extraordinary plains. Each suite showcases the beauty of the desert landscape, providing guests with an immersive and awe-inspiring experience. Featuring a large, open plan bedroom, all rooms are ensuite; bathrooms have flush loos, double sinks and a shower. There's also a two bedroomed Family Unit for larger groups travelling together.
At Damaraland Camp, exploration is the name of the game and guests are encouraged to do so either on foot, or in 4x4 vehicles. Whether it be setting out to spot the desert adapted wildlife, including the area's infamous elephants, hiking rocky outcrops for instagram-able views, or visiting the ancient rock art at Twyfelfontein World Heritage Site, there are many ways to make the most of this historic region.