Damaraland Camp, Damaraland, Namibia

Damaraland Camp is a Classic Camp

Wildlife at Damaraland Camp

Damaraland Camp in the Torra Conservancy exists within one of the driest, most desolate regions in all of Africa. In this arid environment the ceaseless processes of life revolve around harnessing the near non-existent water in the most economical way possible.

Obviously this scrub landscape cannot support vast, concentrated herds of wildlife, but it nevertheless boasts a varied and breathtaking assortment of desert-adapted species around Damaraland Camp. The Torra Conservancy supports healthy populations of rare desert-adapted elephant and some black rhino. Gemsbok (oryx), kudu, springbok, Hartman's mountain zebra, southern giraffe, gemsbok, lion, cheetah, and spotted and brown hyaena also live in the area. Birding is excellent, with over 240 species recorded.


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Submitted by: Timo de Nijs, Jul 1, 2017

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Latest News From Damaraland Camp

  • Damaraland Camp - October 2017
    Oct 4, 2017

    Damaraland Camp recorded its first rainfall for the season and everyone was excited to see the Huab River flowing…

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  • Damaraland Camp - September 2017
    Sep 15, 2017

    A guest comment sums up Damaraland Camp’s focus on the environment: “Wildlife conservation is being practiced in so many ways – such as seeds being removed from elephant poo and replanted”…

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  • Damaraland Camp - August 2017
    Aug 9, 2017

    Guests had an unexpected bonus at Damaraland Camp this month – they had sightings of a lioness with two healthy cubs throughout August…

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“ Thank you everyone at Damaraland Camp, you have given us some wonderful memories and we wish you every success in the future. You are a wonderful team and you should be proud of yourselves. ”
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Reviewed by: Tngm, 04 February 2017