Vintage A lodge or tented camp with very good food and service, and many have swimming pools. The rooms/tents are of good size but perhaps not as large as "Classic" properties. Facilities could be "Classic," but located in a sub-standard game viewing area.
Located in a Damaraland conservancy, Doro Nawas is a rustic camp built on a rugged, rocky knoll in the middle of a plain adjacent to the Aba-Huab River. Vistas from the camp and its 16 en suite thatched units stretch out south towards the sandstone cliffs and rock engravings of Twyfelfontein, west across the grass plains, and north towards the Etendeka Mountains. The development of this camp is based on community ecotourism.
Activities in the vast uninterrupted space of the camp revolve around game and bird viewing and visits to the world heritage site of Twyfelfontein – scene of some 2,000 rock engravings by long vanished San people.