Within walking distance of the Damara Living Museum, Twyfelfontein Adventure Camp (we'll call it TAC, shall we?) is a 10-minute drive from the Twyfelfontein Rock Engravings, Burnt Mountain and Organ Pipes. Situated in the Huab River Valley, there’s a chance the elephants could stroll past your tent at any moment or at the least, you won’t have to venture very far to find them.
Location is key and in that category TAC is a winner. It’s been a long day's drive from any direction to get here, so once you’ve arrived, it’s great knowing you won’t have to spend much time in the car to explore the area. Less time on the road means more time for adventure and to laze at the pool with a drink in hand. Of equal importance when on holiday.
The eco-friendly camp itself is basic, tasteful and really quite charming; add the view and the necessary comforts of a clean and decent stay and you’ll be delighted to call TAC your home for the next few nights. Two-night stays allow you to book a spectacular guided nature drive in an open safari vehicle.
Jumbled sandstone hills, platinum-blonde savannahs and olive-green shrublands make this landscape of incredible scale, colour and silence - so much silence - a marvel. See the many wildlife species that thrive here and learn how humans and wildlife including elephant, lion, rhino, antelope varieties and smaller predators have adapted to life in a land so hot and dry that it becomes ever more a wonder.
12 twin en suite tents; open bathroom with shower, basin and toilet; safe; laundry service (additional charge); shaded terrace with seating.
Restaurant, lounge area, bar, swimming pool with deck; WiFi and mobile connectivity.
Guided nature drives in search of the desert-adapted elephants, rhinos and other wildlife. In an open safari vehicle (10 pax per vehicle) – bookable on a minimum of 2 night stay or longer. Not recommended for children under the age of 12 years.
Self-guided walks in the Huab River Valley and surrounds. Visit the highlights of the Twyfelfontein area: the rock engravings, Burnt Mountain and Organ Pipes. Join in on a cultural tour of the Damara Living Museum for a look into the lives of the Damara people and how they lived traditionally.