Damaraland Camp presents endless vistas across stark plains, ancient valleys and soaring peaks. The development of this camp is based on community ecotourism. The synergy and symbiosis of this development is a logical and mutually beneficial one that in 2004 resulted in Damaraland Camp and the Torra Conservancy being the proud recipient of the United Nations Development Programme Equator Prize for biodiversity conservation and poverty alleviation. In 2005 the project was further recognized with the award of the prestigious World Tourism Council’s Tourism for Tomorrow Award in the conservation category.
Damaraland Camp accommodates guests in 10 comfortable tented rooms, with en suite facilities including flush toilets and showers with hot and cold running water. The dining room and bar are combined under canvas, and an open fire is enjoyed on chilly evenings. A refreshing pool is located next to the bar.
Activities include exploration on foot, by mountain bike or 4x4 vehicles, and having an opportunity to view springbok, oryx and ostrich, and track the unique desert-adapted elephant.