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Damaraland Camp’s dedication to sustainability is evident in its design and operations. Constructed with eco-friendly materials and operating on a hybrid energy system, the camp minimizes its environmental impact. This approach to eco-tourism not only preserves the Huab River Valley’s natural beauty but also sets a standard for responsible travel in Namibia.

The ethos of Damaraland Camp is deeply connected with the local community. The partnership with the Torra Conservancy has been vital in providing economic benefits and educational opportunities to the local people. As a result, guests at Damaraland Camp are not just visitors but participants in a meaningful exchange that enriches both the guests and the community.

Damaraland Camp, Namibia
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Damaraland Camp, Namibia

Guest Rooms

The camp features ten spacious, elevated adobe-style thatched rooms, each on individual wooden decking, extending into a large viewing deck. The rooms, recently refurbished, blend comfort with the rustic charm of the wilderness. They are equipped with twin beds, a dressing area, ensuite bathrooms with his and hers washbasins, and a shower. The décor is understated, emphasizing natural materials and colors that resonate with the surrounding landscape. Each room is a private retreat, offering stunning vistas of the untamed beauty of Damaraland.

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Damaraland Camp, Namibia

Activities

The activities at Damaraland Camp center around immersive experiences in the natural world. Game drives focus on tracking the desert-adapted elephants, offering guests a chance to witness these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat. The camp also organizes excursions to Twyfelfontein to view its renowned rock art, as well as rhino tracking adventures. These activities are not just about wildlife viewing but are educational experiences that deepen guests’ understanding of the region’s ecology and history.

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Damaraland Camp, Namibia

Conservation and Sustainability

Damaraland Camp is at the forefront of conservation and sustainability efforts in Namibia. The camp’s operations are grounded in Wilderness Safaris’ ethos of the 4Cs — Commerce, Community, Culture, and Conservation. This philosophy ensures that conservation initiatives are central to the camp’s activities. The camp’s construction and energy use are designed to have minimal environmental impact, reflecting its commitment to preserving the pristine wilderness of the Huab River Valley.

Our Approach

Remote, Exclusive, Seamless

At Fitzroy, we emphasize personal interactions and a bespoke service from start to finish, valuing traditional engagement methods over digital communication. As primarily an offline business, we focus on face-to-face and telephone consultations to provide tailored guidance based on your unique interests.

We invite you to contact us for a meeting or telephone conversation, allowing us to understand and craft your travel plans to meet your specific expectations and preferences.

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