The very best places to stay for your safari to Damaraland

Damaraland Accommodation Guide

Travel guide to Damaraland. All you need to know about the best safari camps and lodges in Damaraland. Rates, pictures & special deals to all of Damaraland.

For all the very best places to stay in dramatic Damaraland, browse our accommodation choices in top Namibian lodges and camps. Eco-lodges and camps, silent and life-changing, superb luxury or rustic chic, and incredible outdoor activities. 

Part of the Kunene Region in Namibia’s northwest region, Damaraland lies conveniently close to Etosha National Park and just north of captivating Kaokoland. Find available accommodation with special package deals, affordable rates, and travel perks galore.

Many visitors to Namibia prefer to self-drive across the country on complex customized itineraries. We can tailor-make your exciting group tours and fly-in safaris for organized entertainment and sightseeing in such a vast place. 

Stay a few nights in the extraordinary eco-camp called Camp Kipwe, meaning ‘blessed’ in Swahili – a rustic chic design amongst huge old boulders on a hillside with extensive views across the Aba Huab valley. Or choose a holiday in one of Namibia’s oldest and most popular tourist rendezvous, Palmwag Lodge, a haven for road trippers with an excellent restaurant.

Contact Voyage2Africa to organize your special Damaraland accommodation as part of a thrilling overland Namibian tour and safari.

Palmwag Lodge Damaraland Namibia safari

Palmwag Lodge

An oasis amid the arid desert plains, Palmwag Lodge with its scenic setting of swaying palm fronds and lush vegetation is a wonderful haven for travelers looking for complete escapism. Enjoy magical experiences with exciting possibilities of viewing the endangered black rhino and other desert dwelling wildlife.
Wilderness Doro Nawas luxury safari accommodation

Doro Nawas Camp

Choose unique tented accommodation at Doro Nawas Camp and enjoy complete escapism in this remote part of Africa. Sleep under the stars, seek out desert-adapted wildlife and explore the fascinating sites that make this region an enchanting nirvana.
The exterior of the luxury accommodation at Desert Rhino Camp in Namibia

Desert Rhino Camp

Go there for the largest free-roaming rhino population in Africa. This lodge is an ideal base from which to track rhino on foot and its location in a game-rich concession affords guests some of the best wildlife encounters. Enjoy an exclusive Damaraland experience from the comfort of just 8 Meru-style canvas tents. For a wonderful bush experience and a sighting of the rare free roaming black desert rhino, head for Desert Rhino Safari Camp in Namibia’s Damaraland region.
View of the lodges at Damaraland Camp in Namibia

Damaraland Camp

It’s an eco-camp with a green conscience, committed to the conservation of both fauna and flora, solar energy driving the power. Sustainable tourism ethics mean that Damaraland Camp employs staff from the indigenous communities nearby. Guests know that their thrilling and soul-fulfilling visit is directly benefitting the community. The food is superb with a couple of delicious choices at every meal while wines from South Africa complete the meal. Find this camp sheltered in the Huab River Valley, a mixture of bare grasslands, primeval valleys and incredible mauve mountains in the distance.
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An aerial view of Camp Kipwe and the guest area in Namibia

Camp Kipwe

Everything is perfect at Camp Kipwe - quiet and private suites with fantastic outdoor toilets and showers. Food at the restaurant is delicious and varied. There are good hiking opportunities directly from the camp but do keep an eye out for baboons! One of the most amazing features of this lodge is the sundowner location, which is well-worth the trudge up the steps. The lodge has a bar set up on top with many seating options and the most glorious view. Guest areas include a stunning rock-rimmed swimming pool and chalets hidden in the huge round boulders.

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