Damaraland Camp

Damaraland Camp is a luxury tented camp located in the heart of Namibia’s Damaraland region. Set within the Huab River Valley, the camp offers stunning views of the rugged landscape and is surrounded by towering mountains and ancient rock formations.

The camp is located in an area that is rich in wildlife and is home to a variety of species, including desert elephants, black rhinos, and lions.

The camp itself consists of 10 luxury tents that are spacious and comfortable, each with their own private deck and outdoor shower. The tents are raised on wooden platforms and have thatched roofs, giving them a traditional African feel. They are also equipped with modern amenities such as air conditioning, Wi-Fi, and minibars.

Set in a dramatic and incomparable, moonlike landscape characterised by flat-topped mountains, wind-sculpted sandstone cliffs, broad valleys and dry riverbeds.



Superb stargazing in crystal-clear night skies from one of Namibia’s best safari camps
Thrilling guided nature drives and walks reveal dramatic scenery and rare desert-adapted elephants and other wildlife, unusual flora, ancient rock art and awe-inspiring natural geology.

No of Rooms

10 elevated adobe-style thatched suites.

Style of accommodation

Classic and rustic design.

Child Policy

Children 6 years and older are welcome.


  • Accommodation
  • All meals
  • Tea, coffee, beverages and all local alcoholic drinks
  • Twice daily scheduled camp activities
  • Park fees
  • Laundry


  • Premium alcoholic beverages.
  • Spa treatments.
  • Gratuities.

The main area of the camp is a spacious and open-air space that includes a dining area, lounge, and bar. The dining area serves a variety of delicious meals made with local ingredients, and the bar serves a range of drinks and cocktails. There is also a swimming pool where guests can cool off and relax after a day of exploring the surrounding area.

The camp offers a range of activities for guests to enjoy, including guided nature walks, 4×4 safari drives, and visits to ancient rock art sites. Guests can also go on a game drive to spot some of the local wildlife or take a guided tour of the area to learn more about the history and culture of the region.

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