Details & Prices
Per person per night
CHF 372-706Double Room
All meals, drinks (except premier brands), laundry service, twice daily activities with one of the camp guides.
 
CHF 249-562Double Room
Dinner, breakfast.

Good to know
Children:from 6 to 16 years
Activities:Families with children (<= 12 years) need to book a private vehicle at extra costs
Families:1 x family room (parents + 2 kids max) compromises of two separate tents with own bathroom each. Reduced rates for children.

Operator
Wilderness Safaris
Damaraland Camp Damaraland

Accommodation
Damaraland Camp offers ten thatched, adobe-style units in a modern interpretation of a traditional construction. The stylishly furnished rooms are distributed around the main building. Each is equipped with en-suite facilities and a large veranda, which comes into its own during the clear and starry desert nights. The main building is light and airy and houses a swimming pool, a bar and a lounge where guests can read, relax and unwind.

Location
Damaraland Camp is located in the Huab River Valley in the northwest of Namibia, approximately midway between Khorixas and Palmwag. It can be accessed by air or by car (20 minutes from the C39). The approach road is signposted for 4x4 vehicles; access in 2x4 vehicles also possible when the weather is dry.

Damaraland is spectacularly beautiful, craggy and rugged with open plains. The whole landscape takes on a green hue after rain has fallen; a sight best viewed from above when arriving at the camp by air.

Wildlife
Damaraland is less a classical safari camp offering the chance to see large herds of animals, and more about simply enjoying the beautiful desert and mountain landscapes. That said, there are a number of desert elephant, giraffe, zebra, oryx, kudu, springbok, and even cheetah and black rhino in the region. Lion also roam the area, but these are not easily spotted.

Activities
The camp offers trips in a 4x4 off-road vehicle in search of desert elephant, mostly in the Huab River Valley. An alternative excursion takes guests to the springbok river valley further north. A walk atop a neighbouring hill offers spectacular views of the surroundings. Walks can be extended if desired.

Damaraland Camp now also offers Rhino Tracking. A rhino ranger accompanies guests in search of the elusive black rhinos. Once guests are close to the rhino, it's out of the vehicle and into single-file as you approach stealthily to within photo distance.

Good to know
Family room available.

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