Wilderness Doro Nawas
Wilderness Doro Nawas – Nature Drives
While the landscape does not support huge herds, desert-adapted life such as springbok, gemsbok and even elephant can be seen on nature drives which are topped off with a river lunch or scenic walk at "Little Table Mountain”.
Wilderness Doro Nawas – Guided Nature Walks
Learn more about the survival strategies of the desert-adapted flora and fauna of this challenging environment. Adaptation to the desert environment is the miracle of all that survives here.
Wilderness Doro Nawas – Guided Night Walks
After dark, another realm of the Namib awakes. Walks reveal some of these captivating critters such scorpions which fluoresce under UV lights.
Wilderness Doro Nawas – Geological Excursions
Visit the ancient San rock art engravings at Twylfelfontein, a World Heritage Site, as well as the Petrified Forest, Burnt Mountain and Organ Pipes, all unusual and incredible geological phenomena.
Wilderness Doro Nawas – Cultural Visits
Back of house tours and camp chats about the Doro !Nawas Conservancy, the Damara/Nama language and traditions offer rewarding insights into the community, while the Damara Living Museum displays the traditional culture of the Damara people.
Wilderness Doro Nawas – Star Bed
Sleep out on your veranda under the starry skies of the Namib. and be lulled to sleep by the evocative nocturnal sounds of Africa.
Wilderness Doro Nawas – Stargazing
Namibia is known for its clear night skies, and with no light pollution this is the ideal spot from which to learn about the stars and planets that whirl above us.
Wilderness Doro Nawas – Birding
A number of endemic bird species call Wilderness Doro Nawas’ rocky slopes and seemingly barren valleys home, such as Ruppell’s korhaan or Benuela long-billed lark.