Blending in with the surrounding rugged terrain, the thatched stone Doro Nawas Camp is set atop a rocky mount in the dry and dramatic Aba-Huab River Valley. Taking full advantage of those sweeping Damaraland vistas, the main portion of the camp provides indoor and alfresco dining, a pool plus a flat roof for perfect sundowning and stargazing.
Meanwhile each of the sixteen open-plan chalets also enjoy fantastic views with their large glass doors opening out onto a verandah. Take in the awesome plains and Etendeka mountains from here and on warm evenings wheel your bed out for a magical night under the stars.
Head out into the diverse land on exploratory hikes and 4×4 drives in search of desert-adapted elephant, springbok and – if you’re lucky – the black rhino. The ancient Twyfelfontein San Rock art engravings are also nearby, while cultural visits provide an insight into the work undertaken by Doro Nawas to create economic empowerment for the local community.