Damaraland – Twyfelfontein & Palmwag

Aba Huab Camp:  

Situated directly at the Huab River only a few kilometres away from the Twyfelfontein rock engravings. Campsites have no electricity   and no lawn, but big shady trees. There’s a small restaurant and bar available.

Tel: +264 65 270 120    Fax: +264 61 222 647    E-mail: office@nacobta.com.na


Xaragu Camp:  

Situated on the C39, +-21km away from Twyfelfontein. Campsites have no electricity, but petroleum lamps are available at the reception   if needed. All sites have a small roof for added shade. Restaurant and bar are available at the lodge itself.

Tel: +264 61 256 770   Fax: +264 61 256 813   E-mail: xaragu@africaonline.com.na


Palmwag Lodge:  

Situated at Palmwag itself on the C43 and perfect location on your way to the Skeleto Coast, Damaraland or Kaokoveld. The lodge’s   restaurant and bar area is not open to campers, but to cater for the needs of campers, theirs thatched pool bar under the palm trees   at the swimming pool, where light meals and most drinks are available.

Tel: +264 64 404 459      E-mail: travel@palmwag.com.na



Brandberg White Lady B&B and Campsite:  

Directly situated in Uis with big lawn covered campsite. There’s a communal bathroom, pool exclusive for campers, restaurant and bar.   There’s also a birdwatching hole directly at the campsite.

Tel: +264 64 504102   Fax: +264 64 504102   E-mail: whitelady@iway.na


Brandberg and Ugab River

Ugab Wilderness Camp:  

A community campsite on the D2359, only a few kilometers away from the famous “White Lady” and Namibia’s highest mountain the Brandberg. The sites are all under big shady acacia trees and some of them directly at the Ugab river bed. Camp sites have BBQ facilities but no running water and electricity. The communal toilets have flush toilets including showers with hot and cold water.  No restaurant but small bar area at reception.

Tel: +264 65 270 120   Fax: +261 222 647   E-mail: office@nacobta.com.na


Save the Rhino Ugab Camp:  

A small tourist camp has been constructed at the Save the Rhino Base Camp. Rhino still habit the foothills of the spectacular Brandberg   and from this base camp, local game guards regularly patrol a specified area.   The camp site is very basic, but a BBQ area and communal bathroom are available.

Please E-mail as office in is not always occupied.   E-mail: srt@rhino-trust.org.na