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Damaraland Camp is a rare venture which integrates communities, the environment and sustainable wildlife and has been rated as the most successful eco-tourism venture in Namibia. The 80,000-hectare Torra Wildlife Conservancy has been proclaimed as a result of the partnership between Wilderness Safaris and the local community. Located on the north bank of the Huab River Valley, 90 kilometres inland from Torra Bay on Namibia's Skeleton Coast, the camp presents endless vistas across stark plains, ancient valleys and soaring peaks.
At a Glance
Nine large, comfortable walk-in tents with doors. All tents have valley views and each has en suite facilities and a covered veranda providing stunning views of the valley. The main living area made from local rock and canvas combines the dining room, lounge and bar under canvas. An open camp fire area is perfect for after-dinner drinks. A feature of the camp is a stunning rock plunge pool tucked away in a mini gorge behind the camp. Dinner can be enjoyed in an open air "kraal" under a million stars.
Activities revolve around nature drives into the Huab River System in search of Desert Elephants and other specially adapted flora and fauna. Walking in the Damaraland area is spectacular and is highly recommended as an afternoon activity. With prior notice, a trip can be arranged to the famous Twyfelfontein rock engravings located nearby. A full day excursion is available to track the endangered desert-adapted Black Rhino, subject to the availability of a vehicle. Private vehicles for these excursions can be booked at an additional cost subject to availability either prior to departure or directly with the Camp Manager. Star-gazing is "par excellence" because of the crystal-clear night skies.
The natural laws of food and water availability dictate the movement and cycles of the rare and endangered Desert Elephant, Black Rhinoceros, Oryx, Kudu, Giraffe, Hartmann's Mountain Zebra, Springbok and other species that have come to terms with life in a desert environment. Even Lion and Cheetah move in and out of the area occasionally. About 85% of guests who spend two nights or more at Damaraland Camp see the Desert Elephant. Birding specials include Monteiro's Hornbill, Carp's Black Tit, Ruppells Korhaan and Ludwig's Bustard.
Children 6 - 12 years are welcome.
There is 24 hour electricity to all rooms.