The landscape is rugged and dramatic and almost otherworldly. Damaraland Camp is seemingly in the “middle-of-nowhere” but that’s her charm and that of this vast, desolate area, known as Damaraland.
The main area is adobe-style and thatch with reed sides and an air of cool contemplation. Next to the pool is a bar and on clear evenings the campfire and al fresco dinner are about as relaxing as you could ever want.
Ten elevated, tented suites salute the setting sun and the Burnt Mountain's changing moods. These walk-in tents have en suite bathrooms, twin or double beds, tea/coffee facilities and a private deck looking out onto that endless vista ahead.
Meals are delicious traditional dishes made from local produce, service is attentive and warm and the activities on offer allow you to explore the wonder of the Torra Conservancy.
Guided walks, nature drives, day trips to Twyfelfontein Rock Engravings and scenic sundowners. Go see the age-old geological formations, ancient rock paintings, fascinating plants, birds and animals - and maybe an elephant or two.
Desert-adapted animals in the area include elephants, gemsbok, springbok, pure-bred ostriches, kudu, Hartman's mountain zebra and, if you're lucky, the world's last free-ranging black rhino. Common endemics are Rüpell's korhaan, Monteiro's hornbill, white-tailed shrike, Herero chat and white-backed mousebird.
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