Damaraland Wilderness Camp

Damaraland Wilderness Camp

Far off the beaten track, in the heart of the Huab River Valley, this is a truly special place where tourism, education and the environment merge together to enlighten, excite and immerse you in the staggering beauty of not just Namibia, but the wider continent. By showing you the beautiful wildlife, flora and fauna and explaining their vision, you will appreciate and enjoy this camp and its fascinating surroundings.

Let’s camp

Once you arrive at camp you will now know just how remote the place is. It really does evoke a classical safari look. Constructed from wood, thatch and reeds and surrounded by the striking Etendeka Mountains, Damaraland Camp is a true wilderness destination. No matter where you are around camp you are presented with stunning views. The open-plan dining area and poolside lounge offer a peaceful communal area and an almost 360-degree panorama. Back in your room, the cool wooden flooring and canvassed walls offer a relaxing comfort as you take it all in.

Go for a drive

Having heard about the desert elephants, kudu, mountain zebra, not to mention over 240 species of birds and all the other local animals, this is your chance to get out there, cameras at the ready. The friendly staff at Damaraland offer numerous activities such as guided walks and cultural visits. However, the drives are the main event. You can choose to go out on the morning game drive or if you prefer to take the exciting night drive - or why not do both?

And relax…

Between all the exciting activities you will still find time to chill out and relax. The very friendly staff will make sure you have a wonderful selection of tasty food to choose from. Sample a South African wine at dinner time while you plan your next visit.

before you go

Everything you need to know before planning your dream trip

When to travel
Visit Botswana during their dry months of April to August. July to October is the best time for game viewing in Namibia, however, bird-watchers should schedule a visit here between November and December. In Zambia expect the falls to be at their peak between March and May, with May to October being the months for game viewing, with some parks potentially closing between November to April due to flooding.
How to get there
All routes go via Johannesburg (approx 11 hours) on British Airways, Virgin Atlantic or South African Airways, with easy and short onward flights to all destinations.

Our Destination Specialists


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