Located on a private concession in the Doro !Nawas Conservancy, Onduli Ridge boasts magnificent views of the Brandberg, Namibia's highest mountain.
Onduli Ridge opened in April 2021 and features six guest suites. The rooms are are hidden among granite boulders, allowing for natural ventilation, partial open-air bathrooms, and largely open communal areas.
In the heart of Damaraland the landscape consists of rugged folded hills, grassy plains, and wooded river valleys, all sprinkled throughout a largely semi-desert and sparse savannah. Onduli Ridge is within striking distance of other geological attractions such as the Burnt Mountain, Organ Pipes, and Doros Crater. Named after the Doros Crater, Doro !Nawas means “the place where rhinos roam” in the Khoekhoegowab language, and the area is home desert-adapted black rhino, elephant, other plains game, and predators such as cheetah, leopard, lion, and spotted and brown hyena.