Damaraland Camp

Owned and for the most part, operated by the local community, Damaraland Camp offers a unique desert safari experience in the well-managed Torra Conservancy. Encompassing ancient valleys, arid plains and the dramatic peaks of the Brandberg Mountains, this region supports healthy populations of rare desert-adapted elephant. The presence of large game at Damaraland Camp is dictated entirely by rainfall; however, the area’s fascinating human residents and incredible geology could keep you entertained for days.

Spend a morning at a local community, learning about the history and culture of the Riemvasmaakers and Damara people. A guided walk through the Etendeka Mountains might reveal unusual bottle trees and mysterious fairy circles. Of course, if elephants are in the vicinity, go on a game drive to observe these gentle giants. At night, sit by the open fire and try to identify the many different constellations.

Accommodation at Damaraland Camp is offered in simple but very comfortable adobe-and-thatch chalets. All have their own private verandas and open-air ensuite bathrooms. Meals can be enjoyed at the main lodge, where you’ll also find an inviting plunge pool and furnished sundeck.


How to get to Damaraland Camp

Damaraland Camp can be reached by scheduled light aircraft flight from Windhoek, Swakopmund or selected other airstrips in Namibia.

Activities at Damaraland Camp

  • Game drives in the Huab River Valley
  • Guided nature walks
  • Local community visits
  • Star-gazing

*Some activities are available at extra cost.

Damaraland Camp Highlights

  • A unique community-owned and operated desert camp
  • Offering memorable cultural and nature experiences
  • Opportunities to encounter desert-adapted elephant and other amazing creatures
  • Incredible landscapes and scenery
  • Superb stargazing, far from city lights

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Damaraland Camp

Owned and largely run by the local community, Damaraland Camp offers unique desert experiences in Namibia's well-managed Torra Conservancy.

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Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp

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Kulala Desert Lodge

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Little Kulala

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Little Ongava

Little Ongava is designed for privacy, with just three absolutely luxurious villas set on a ridge in the beautiful and exclusive Ongava Game Reserve.

Ongava Lodge

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Ongava Tented Camp

Ongava Tented Camp is a charming safari camp situated on a wonderful private reserve where guests can view both black and white rhino with ease.

Serra Cafema Camp

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Namibia Overview

Why should I travel to Namibia?
This land of deserts has some of the most photogenic landscapes in all of Africa. Although Namibia is not as famous for wildlife as some other southern African countries, it has many uniquely adapted and fascinating species that are well worth looking for. The country also has some fine wilderness lodges providing comfortable accommodation and excellent service in some of Namibia’s most remote areas.

When is the best time to go to Namibia?
Best during the dry season (May-Oct). Etosha is Namibia’s premier wildlife park. In the desert areas, you will not see large numbers of animals, but there are rare and interesting species to be found.

What is the culture of Namibia?
Herero, Baster, Himba, Bushmen and many other tribal groups with distinct individual cultures.

What is the climate in Namibia?
The cold Benguela current keeps the coast cool and rain-less. Rain falls inland during the summer (Oct-Apr) in thunderstorms. Summer days are hot and the nights cool, whilst winters are sunny and cold.

What can I combine Namibia with?
A big game wildlife safari in South Africa, Botswana or Zimbabwe, and the Victoria Falls.

How to get to Namibia?
The main gateway to Namibia is through Hosea Kutako International Airport in Windhoek. Flights to Windhoek depart daily from Johannesburg, the city where most visitors begin their Namibia itineraries.

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Do I need vaccinations for Namiba? Please call us on 1300 363 302

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