Camp And Activity Highlights
- Torra Conservancy and its safari attractions
- Vast desert plains and clear blue skies
- Photographing the desert-adapted wildlife
- The Brandberg Mountains in the far distance
- Desert elephants and black rhinos
- Wildlife viewing and cultural village visits
General Camp Information
- Lodge type; Safari Camp
- Location; Damaraland
- Lodge size; 10 thatched suites
- Recommended stay; 3-7 nights
Explore The Damaraland Region Of Namibia While Staying At This Remote Classic Safari Camp
Wilderness Safaris Damaraland Camp is situated in the Huab River Valley, one of the best wilderness areas in Namibia or Southern Africa.
The camp offers desert walks, game drives and excursions to ancient rock art sites in one of the most remote locations, not only in Namibia but Southern Africa as a whole.
Wildlife in the area that one is likely to spot includes the rare desert elephant and black rhino, as well as gemsbok (oryx), springbok, ostrich and other hardy desert animals.
In this dry environment, certain succulent plants somehow manage to thrive.
The camp offers guests superb accommodation, delicious cuisine, and thrilling desert-adapted wildlife and cultural experiences.
Rooms And Suites
The thatched suites at Damaraland Camp are spacious and elevated, with large wooden viewing decks that offer beautiful views of the desert landscape.
Each of the ten thatched suites are spacious and features twin beds, as well as an en-suite bathroom with a flushing toilet, hot water shower and hand basin.
The family unit is ideal for those travelling with children, as it features two bedrooms, each with two three-quarter beds.
The suites are spacious and comfortable, with all the amenities you need for a relaxing stay.
Cuisine And Wine
The cuisine at Damaraland Camp is a unique experience. The combination of open fires and fresh, local ingredients makes the cuisine here truly special. There is a wide variety of dishes on offer, and these change every day.
Of course, no meal is complete without wine. The bar offers an excellent selection of both South African and international wines, so you can pair your meal with the perfect drink.
Damaraland Camp offers excellent facilities for its guests.
The thatched central guest area features a large open living area with a lounge area, a dining room area and a bar area, all on a raised wooden deck with views out over Damaraland.
There is also an open fireplace under the stars, as well as a pool in the main area with a shaded lounging area and sun loungers just off to the side of the bar area.
Guests will also find a curio cupboard as well as a reading area with a supply of reference books. In addition, there is a traditional boma for dining under the stars.
The safari activities at the Wilderness Safaris Damaraland Camp include nature drives, walks, and cultural excursions.
During these Damaraland safari activities, guests have the opportunity to see a variety of desert wildlife, including desert-adapted elephants, gemsbok, greater kudu, springbok, and cheetah.
The area is also known for its rock engravings, including the famous Twyfelfontein etchings.
A highlight, if available when in camp, is the full-day rhino tracking excursion; guests depart in the early hours of the morning by vehicle to follow the "Save the Rhino" monitors as they track a black rhino in its natural habitat.
A family-friendly environment with accommodation and activities tailored for families with children in tow. There is plenty to keep the little ones occupied, from swimming and playing in the pool to exploring the surrounding nature.
The staff are also happy to organise special activities for families, such as game drives, bush walks and visits to the nearby San Bushmen rock paintings.
All of this combines to make this the perfect safari destination in Damaraland to stay for a fun-filled family holiday.
The camp offers guests classic safari suites, delicious cuisine and wine options, as well as desert wildlife and cultural experiences.
With only ten thatched suites overlooking the stunning desert landscape, Damaraland Camp is a paradise for nature lovers and photographers alike. The family unit is ideal for those travelling with children, as it features two bedrooms with three-quarter beds each.
Whether you're interested in game drives, desert walking adventures or visits to the nearby San Bushmen rock paintings, this camp will surely delight all that visit.
Rates from NAD$ 8 100.00 per person
Damaraland Camp Rates
Per person per night sharing
Rates are in Namibian Dollars (NAD)
*Rates may vary according to season
- All meals
- Twice daily scheduled camp activities
- Park fees
- Laundry at camps which are able to provide this service
- Namibian VAT and Tourism Levy
- Local beverages
- Local and international flights
- Premium imported beverages and champagne
- Items of a personal nature
- Optional activities
- Travel insurance