Doro Nawas Camp


  • Guided walking trails
  • Great community based responsible tourism model
  • Amazing location close to rock art at Twyfelfontein
  • Ability to sleep under the stars on your room deck–in your big cosy bed


  • Half-board clients must pay for guided trips to see the elephants

Published 03/07/2016

Fodor's Review

Blending into the backdrop and set amid stony slopes, rugged boulders, the distant Entendeka Mountains, and the pink and russet sandstone cliffs of Twyfelfontein to the south (where you can visit some of the most famous San rock paintings and engravings in the world), this is classic Damaraland. What's more, this camp may be your best bet to see the long-legged desert elephants. You'll stay in a sturdy en-suite stone, canvas, and thatch unit with an indoor and outdoor shower. You can relax in the rim-flow style pool after a day's activities, or climb up to the roof area of the main building to sip sundowners or watch the blazing stars. The staff seem genuinely thrilled to meet you and this carries through to their service.

Hotel Information


Namib Naukluft Park, Erongo, Namibia


27-11807–1800-South Africa; 27–11-807–1800

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 17 chalets
  • Rate includes: All-inclusive; Some meals

Published 03/07/2016


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