Damaraland Camp – Skeleton Coast
Damaraland Camp is the successful result of a partnership between Wilderness Safaris and the Torra Conservancy and has become an inspiration for communities and conservationists throughout Africa. In addition, the camp has been built to be as eco-friendly as possible, minimising its environmental footprint and expressing our vision.
Morning and afternoon game drives reveal the dramatic scenery and fascinating wildlife of the region. Desert-adapted elephant are a highlight, although the natural cycle of rainfall dictates the seasonal movements of wildlife in the area.
Guided Nature Walks
Learn more about the geological wonders of Damaraland, as well as the unique plants, birds and reptiles that have adapted to this arid area.
Respectfully engage with local communities and learn about the unique heritage of the Nama-Damara, Herero and Ovambo people. This activity also includes a visit to a local farm at either Fonteine Pos or De Riet.
Rock Art Excursions
Damaraland is known for its ancient rock art; guests on stays of three nights or more can take a day drive to visit some of these remains and marvel at the art of ages past. *On request; at extra cost
Best Time to Visit Namibia
Namibia is one of the sunniest countries and is an all year destination, summer is very warm and sunny with cold nights. There is always a chance of spectacular thunderstorms during winter months. Wildlife viewing in all parks, but especially in Etosha, is best in the dry season from June to October whereas the wetter season is better for scenary, bird watching and photography. June to October is usually the peak travel season and requires planning in advance.
It is your responsibility to check the entry visa requirements with the individual embassy of each country you intend visiting prior to departure.