Doro Nawas


Doro Nawas is located in Northern Namibia, near Twyfelfontein.

About Doro Nawas:

The ancient plains of the dry Aba-Huab River in Damaraland are home to Doro Nawas, an inviting camp with ample room for guests in its gorgeous suites. Doro Nawas– ‘The place where rhinos used to live’ in the Damara language–is the perfect base from which to explore Damaraland on thrilling game drives, visit the San rock art at Twyfelfontein and admire the fascinating geological landmarks, and spot the desert-adapted elephant herds that cross the riverbed seasonally.

Accommodation at Doro Nawas consists of:

16 Thatched wood-and-canvas suites, including 1 family unit.

Amenities at Doro Nawas include:

Solar power, electrical outlets, en-suite bathroom, outdoor shower, veranda, fan, mosquito nets, safe, and tea and coffee facilities.

Attractions and Activities to enjoy at Doro Nawas include:

Day and night game drives, guided walks, star bed/sleepout under the stars, birding, and cultural experiences

Other Facilities at Doro Nawas include:

A swimming pool, indoor and outdoor dining areas, curio shop, and a laundry service.

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Contact Details


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Accommodation Types

Luxury Chalets

Starting from N$4767

Accommodation Info

The design and décor of the 16 natural-walled units (including a family unit) blend in with the surrounding scenery. Each unit comprises a bedroom, bathroom, outdoor shower, and veranda for stargazing or sleep-outs under the stars. There are indoor and outdoor dining areas, a pool area and a safari trading store.

Room Features

Seating Area
Coffee / Tea Station
Mosquito Net

Property Amenities

Free internet
Bar / Lounge
Breakfast Available
Wine / Champagne
Outdoor Furniture
Sun Terrace
Laundry Service


Bird Watching
Game Drives
Sleep Outs
Walks (Guided)
Cultural Tours

Guests can visit the following attractions on their own:
Twyfelfontein: Proclaimed a World Heritage Site in 2007, Twyfelfontein contains around 2,000 rock engravings and one of the largest and most important concentrations of rock art in Africa. It was proclaimed a National Monument in 1952 and as many as 40,000 people a year now visit the site, making it one of the more popular tourist destinations in Namibia.

Petrified Forest: The trees of the Petrified Forest were uprooted some 200 million years ago and were swept along by rivers in flood, covered by sediments and then subsequently uncovered by erosion.

Vingerklip: Vingerklip (Finger Rock) is a 35m high pillar of sedimentary rock and is one of the most impressive rock formations in Namibia. It stands proudly above a valley, known as the Ugab terraces.

Desert-adapted elephants: The western regions of Damaraland are home to the famous desert-adapted elephants. These beautiful animals move mainly around dry riverbeds, surviving and living on the foliage of trees and shrubs provided by rivers and seasonal rains.

Price Breakdown

1 November 2021 - 5 January 2022
Luxury Chalet
N$ 4 767.00
1 June 2021 - 31 October 2021
Luxury Chalet
N$ 6 052.00


GPS Coordinates: 20.4493° S, 14.3026° E

Children Policy

  • 0-2 years - Free of charge
  • 3-16 years - 65% of adult rate

Terms & Conditions

Cancellation Policy

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