Doro Nawas Camp is situated in the ruggedly beautiful Damaraland area, on a small, rocky outcrop within the floodplain of a small tributary of the Huab River. The unique lodge design allows for an unspoilt panoramic view of this diverse and dramatic landscape, which varies from tabletop outcrops, small canyons and dry riverbeds to savannah and grassland vistas.
The main area is made up of indoor and outdoor rooftop dining areas, swimming pool area, bar, curio and small gallery which leads to a picturesque courtyard and staircase to the roof where you can enjoy relaxing sundowners and stargazing.
Activities include nature drives, during which you can appreciate the spectacular views and desert scenery. Wildlife viewing concentrates on the game found in the riverbed and along the valleys that sometimes fill with floodwater in the rainy season, if you are lucky you may just see the rare desert-adapted elephant.
A highlight of the area is the fascinating expedition to Twyfelfontein with its renowned San art engravings, and the largest collection of petroglyphs – prehistoric rock art – in Africa. The combination of Africa past and present makes for a fascinating visit.