Situated in the spectacular Aba-Huab River Valley, Doro Nawas Camp provides breathtaking views of rolling grasslands that stretch toward the soaring Etendeka Mountains in the north and the red cliffs of Twyfelfontein to the south.
The camp’s sixteen resident units are constructed of a combination of stone, canvas, wood, glass, and thatch materials. These natural, earthy materials allow the structures to seamlessly blend into the surrounding landscape. Twelve of the rooms come with twin beds and three have double beds. There is one family unit which can accommodate four people. Each unit includes an en-suite bathroom with a refreshing outdoor shower. For added privacy and relaxation, each unit enjoys its own raised veranda making it the perfect spot for taking in the beauty of landscape or sleeping under a blanket of stars.
The camp is located in the Doro Nawas Conservancy in central Damaraland. The rugged, rocky landscape here in north-western Namibia consists of stark valleys and dry riverbeds that carve their way through deep gorges and ancient geological features. While there are no large concentrations of wildlife in this stark region, the Conservancy is still home to a wide range of animals including desert-adapted elephants, gemsbok, springbok, bat-eared fox, and even the occasional sighting of cheetah and black rhino.