Aba-Huab Camp Damaraland

Region:

Kunene Region

Aba-Huab Camp Damaraland, Namibia

Location:

Approximately 9 kilometres before Twyfelfontein on D3254 road. From Khorixas on C39 towards the coast, turn to the left on D3254. Camping site is about 15 km further on. From the coast C35 to Uis, turn on D2612. Camping site is about 80 km further on.

The shaded bank of the seasonal Aba-Huab River near Twyfelfontein is just the place for anybody who loves camping. Take a look at the famous rock engravings, get to know the culture of the Dama people and perhaps even spot a desert elephant.

Attractions
A mere 15-minute-drive from Twyfelfontein, one of Namibia's most important national heritage sites, Aba-Huab Campsite is the ideal base from which to explore this world famous area of ancient rock engravings.

The campsite also offers a number of activities other than viewing rockart. Enjoy walks in the Aba-Huab riverbed and on the fringe of the Namib for some game watching - you might even see desert Elephant stroll past...

Sights in the vicinity

Twyfelfontein Rock Art (15 min)
Burnt Mountain and Organ Pipes (20 min)
Petrified Forest (45-60 min)
Daureb Mountain Guides at Brandberg
(1 hour 45 min)

The restaurant and bar are fully licensed. Traditional dishes of the Dama people will be prepared for you on request. The Aba-Huab management will also be happy to arrange performances of traditional singing and dancing for the culturally-minded.

The total capacity of Aba-Huab Campsite is up to 120 guests. Various campsites equipped with fire places, tables, benches and running water are scattered along the seasonal Aba-Huab River. There are four ablution blocks with hot showers and flush-toilets. Two of the blocks are built in a style which blends into nature.

Thatched 'A-frame' shelters are also available for accommodation, as well as rooms and tents which need to be booked in advance.

Facilities:Aba-Huab Camp Damaraland, Namibia

Camping sites along the banks of Aba-Huab dry riverbed which can accommodate up to 60 persons, 2 ablution blocks with flushing toilets and showers. Bar with cool drinks.


Activities:

Visits to Twyfelfontein with local guides, walking and hiking, game viewing (Damaraland elephants), traditional dances.

Other nearby attractions:

Twyfelfontein, Burnt Mountain, Organ Pipes, Petrified Forest.

Additional information: advanced reservations are compulsory.

See also: Community based tourism, Rock art in Namibia

Rates per person per night, accommodation/camping only: on request

Camping: standard/exclusive sites
Adult -
Tents/fully equipped
Single/double -
Vehicles: payment on arrival only

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