The Camp Kipwe is located in the Twyfelfontein Conservancy in Namibia, Southern Africa, affording endless views of Damaraland.
Nestled within the rocks from where magnificent views of the Aba Huab valley are enjoyed, Camp Kipwe features an inviting lounge area, an outdoor swimming pool, and well-appointed bungalows.
Guests have the opportunity to participate in early morning safari drives in search of the desert-dwelling elephants or may hike in the ancient surroundings of the Aba Huab River.
Accommodation at Camp Kipwe consists of nine Bungalows and one Suite. Organic and natural touches in the rooms provide extensions from the exteriors throughout making one feel at one with nature. Set within the magnificent boulders, the partly open bathrooms outdoors offer a bush experience. The deck of the well-appointed bungalows extends the living space.
The luxurious Kipwe Suite is thatched featuring a comfortable lounge which is complete with air-conditioning, satellite television and a double room with en-suite bathroom.
The exciting activities at Camp Kipwe are nature drives with the possibility of seeing the desert-adapted elephants as well as excursions to Twyfelfontein where the rock engravings can be admired.
The drive from Windhoek to Camp Kipwe is a comfortable 5-hour drive on tarred roads. The last 100 kilometres is a well-maintained sand road.