Damaraland Camp, Skeleton Coast

Damaraland Camp is a rare venture which integrates communities, the environment and sustainable wildlife

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About Damaraland Camp

Damaraland Camp is situated on the northern face of the Haub-River Valley, 90km from Torra Bay on Namib's Skeleton Coast.  The camp looks south towards the Brandberg Mountains, providing guests with spectacular views of stark plains, ancient valleys and soaring peaks.

Damaraland Camp has ten guest rooms with incredible views over the valley. Each room has an en-suite bathroom including flush toilet and shower with hot and cold running water. The stone living area of the camp combines the dining room, pub and swimming pool. High quality African dishes are prepared with fresh produce that is flown into camp on a regular basis.  Meals can be enjoyed in the camp's canvas covered dining room and pub, or, on calm evenings, outside around the open fire.

Activities throughout the area are in 4x4 vehicles and on foot. Mountain bikes are also available for guest use. The opportunity to sight the desert elephant, black rhinoceros, Oryx, kudu, springbok and other species ,depend on their movements, which are largely dictated by available food and water. All large game sightings are considered a bonus, however, exploring this arid desert and learning of the wildlife that have adapted themselves to survive in it, is, in itself, a unique experience. This remote part of the world also provides crystal-clear night skies which are perfect for stargazing. Excursions can also be taken to the famous Twyfelfontein, which is world renowned for its beautiful rock engravings.