Damaraland Camp is Situated on the northern face of the Huab River Valley, looking south toward the imposing Brandberg Mountains. The clash between the icy Atlantic Ocean and the warm desert air of the Skeleton Coast, create early morning mists that drift inland along the river to provide sustenance to the flora and fauna of the region. This comfortable and friendly camp offers walks and drives in one of the best wilderness areas in Namibia. Damaraland Camp has 10 tented rooms each with an en-suite bathroom including flush toilet and shower with hot and cold running water. The lounge, dining room and bar are combined under canvas, and on calm evenings dinner may be served outdoors and after dinner drinks can be enjoyed around an open fire. A welcome feature of the camp is the unique rock swimming pool. Activities throughout the area are in 4x4 vehicles and on foot. Mountain bikes are also available for guest use. Although wildlife is not concentrated, Damaraland Camp is situated where the rare Desert Elephant roams, alongside Gemsbok (Oryx), Springbok, Ostrich and other hardy desert animals. A further highlight is the fascinating expedition to Twyfelfontein with its renowned San art engravings, and the largest collection of petroglyphs – prehistoric rock art - in Africa. Rare succulent plants somehow manage to eke out an existence in this harsh countryside.