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: Martin Benadie, Mar 9, 2017

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Latest News From Damaraland Camp

  • Damaraland Camp - March 2017
    Mar 30, 2017

    The sunrises at Damaraland Camp’s bush breakfast spot have been spectacular – and with the clouds and soft light everyone turns into a photographer…

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  • Damaraland Camp - February 2017
    Feb 4, 2017

    We had some great elephant sightings around Damaraland Camp this month, including in the mountains where the guides found them in the afternoons

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  • Damaraland Camp - January 2017
    Jan 16, 2017

    Boma evenings were a huge hit and guests enjoying hearing the Torra Conservancy story around the fire at Damaraland Camp…

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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