Damaraland was the name given to the north-central part of what later became part of Namibia. The area is one of the most scenic places in Namibia and consists of desert, dry riverbeds and fascinating rocks such as Spitzkoppe and Twyfelfontein. Besides the ancient rock paintings and carvings of the Bushmen, you should also visit the Organ Pipes and Burnt Mountain at Twyfelfontein, Namibia’s first UNESCO World Heritage. Enjoy a game drive through Damaraland to look for the special desert elephants that live in Damaraland. This elephant has adapted to the harsh desert environment and can survive days without water. Besides the magnificent elephants you will find species as the black rhino, lions, zebra’s, giraffes and the gemsbok.
Twyfelfontein Country Lodge
Twyfelfontein Country Lodge is situated near Khorixas in Damaraland. The developers of the lodge used natural stone and thatch and chose paint hues to match that of the surrounding rock and plains. Twyfelfontein Country Lodge comprises 56 spacious en-suite rooms. All rooms have views of the surrounding plains or the mountains. There is a chance, while waking up, that you will have a sight of the famous desert elephant from your veranda. You can choose between twin rooms, triple rooms and double rooms. All rooms are air-conditioned. Children of all ages are welcome at Twyfelfontein Country Lodge.