It is a perfect location when traveling from the coast toward the Etosha National Park. The rock art galleries of Damaraland are a popular attraction. You can arrange day trips to the rock engravings from Khorixas lodge. The region is famous for the migration of desert-adapted elephants and vast landscapes.
Twyfelfontein is Namibia's first and only world heritage site. Damaraland is home to Brandberg, Spitzkoppe, and petrified forests. The Damara region is home to several rock art galleries and engravings of the ancient tribes. Twyfelfontein, or doubtful fountain, is a massive open-air art gallery. The Rock engravings are the work of shamans or medicine people. When you visit the rock engravings, you can see how the San people lived.
They have no written language, and the paintings and carvings are what they experience daily. Damaraland also offers some community-based tourism projects, camps, and guides. Geological; marvels and spectacular views characterize this area. The Damara people have lived in this region as nomads. Damara people live a semi-nomadic lifestyle.
They are goat herders and live within nature in Damaraland.
The Damara culture has similarities to the san people. However, they were goat herders and trekked along these valleys for years. Visiting Damaraland will take you a step back in time to discover the ancient cultures of our world. Damaraland is the It is a roller coaster ride with all the hills and mountain tops everywhere. The roads are gravel and accessible with a normal sedan vehicle. Staggering rock boulders, mopane forests, and desert-adapted elephants are all co-existing in the fascinating geological region.
|MINIMUM STAY:||1 night|
|Nov 2023 - June 2024||Jul 2024 - Oct 2024|
|Bush Chalet A (2 beds)||NAD 560 (740 single)||NAD 770 (950 single)|
|Bush Chalet B (2 beds)||NAD 660 (840 single)||NAD 840 (1110 single)|
|Bush chalet (access for the disabled)||NAD 660 (840 single)||NAD 840 (1110 single)|
|Family Chalet (4 beds, min 3 people)||NAD 770||NAD 950|
CampingMax 8 per site
|NAD 300||NAD 300|