About Damaraland Camp
10 large adobe-style thatched lodgings (including one family unit) is set in the Huab River Valley, facing the majestic Brandberg mountain. Each elevated, wood-floored tent offers a large viewing deck and an en-suite bath with a shower. Stylish public areas are of stone construction and include a lounge with a fireplace and bar. There is also a small swimming pool and sundeck with lounging beds. Safari vehicles are available for morning and afternoon game drives to take guests to view the famous desert-adapted elephant. Other diversions include stargazing, hiking, visits to local communities and day trips to the prehistoric Twyfelfontein rock art, a UNESCO World Heritage site.