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Seamlessly blending into its sparse surroundings, Doro Nawas Camp is an oasis in the desert region of the Doro Nawas Conservancy in Damaraland.
With sweeping views throughout the Huab River valley throughout the camp, Doro Nawas is the perfect place to base yourself, and the night offers almost as many interesting sights as the daytime.
Sleep under the stars on your own veranda, with the nighttime sky free of light pollution and a million stars present themselves on a nightly basis.
Let the guides show you a more unusual safari, with Scorpion Night Walks using UV lights to highlight another world of creatures.
Daytime safaris also offer a variety of desert-adapted wildlife, from elephants to springbok, and occasionally a black rhino can be glimpsed.
The Doro Nawas Conservancy around the camp is full of natural gems that can be explored through drives or scenic walks through the bush.
Visit ‘Little Table Mountain’, which is as flat as the real thing, or explore the geological wonders of the region, with the Petrified Forest, Burnt Mountain and the Organ Pipes a short drive away.
Don’t miss the ancient San rock art paintings at Twylfelfontein, an UNESCO World Heritage Site and an incredible part of the local history.