Malansrus Camp Twyfelfontein
The ten en-suite guest tents and main tented area is built under shady Mopane trees, typical of the Damaraland region, with spectacular views onto a set of granite “koppies” close by. Malansrus provides the ideal overnight facility for the guests seeking the adventure of a tented camp without sacrificing luxury.
The tents are located well apart to ensure privacy, however, are still within comfortable walking access to the main facilities of the camp. The camp provides accommodation in ten twin tents (43m2), each with a fully enclosed living environment, en-suite shower, wash basin and flush toilet in a separate room, freestanding fans and limited 220V electricity.
The main area consists of a large modern stylish mess tent with lounge and small bar area. The dining area leads out to an outside shaded patio area and a fire pit.
The Malansrus Tented Camp is situated about 16km east of Twyfelfontein. Being located on the banks of a sidearm of the Aba Huab River, Malansrus offers easy access to the main sites and highlights of the Twyfelfontein area.
The camp offers guided nature drives. With luck, guests will also encounter desert elephant in their natural environment, particularly prevalent in the Huab River Valley.
The ancient rock engravings in Twyfelfontein are worth a visit. Home to 2500 rock engravings and paintings, Twyfelfontein was added to the World Heritage Site list in 2007.