The Doro Nawas lodge is in the old river dry Aba-Huab River, within the Doro Nawas Conservancy in central Damaraland, and commands spectacular views of the Etendeka Mountains to the north and the red sandstone cliffs of Twyfelfontein in the south.
The Wilderness Camp comprises 17 chalets with a mix of rock & canvas combined with wood & glass doors, sheltered by a thatch roof. The cottages are sketched to mingle on the hill; each comprises a bedroom, en-suite bathroom and an outdoor shower. The terrace is perfect for star gazing or sleep-outs. The central lodge area is resting on a rocky knoll with panoramic views from the pool, bar and the lounge.
The area is known for its San rock art in the surrounding cliffs and recognised World Heritage. Combined with the opportunity of seeing desert Elephants this is an excellent experience. The area is very well known for its geological attributes old volcanic activity and fossilised tree trunks. Your guide will take you on wildlife safaris, picnics during the day and at night you get to star gaze and-and got out to see the nocturnal critters move about the desert floor.