Situated in a sandstone canyon in the Huab River Valley looking south towards the impressive Brandberg Mountains, this is a comfortable and friendly camp, managed by a committed team ready to make guests feel part of the family.
The landscape here is startling – almost other-worldly and unlike anywhere else on earth. Although it’s not immediately apparent, this is one of the best wilderness areas of Namibia, and harsh environment supports a surprising variety of mammals, birds, reptiles and plants. These include the rare desert-adapted elephant as well as other species tough enough to survive, such as oryx, springbok and ostrich.
Damaraland Adventurer Camp is the fruitful result of a partnership between Wilderness Safaris and the Torra Conservancy, and the management of this camp were long-listed for a 2017 African Responsible Tourism Award in the Best Accommodation for Social Inclusion category. The camp is committed to utilising green technology and supporting the local population of rare desert-adapted elephants.