Set around massive ochre boulders, the camp is absorbed into the landscape of this prehistoric land
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Eco-tourism | Natural world
A hauntingly beautiful eco-lodge, Mowani Mountain Camp is sculpted atop a rocky outcrop with soaring views across the Abu Haub valley. Situated amidst the vast expanses of the Damaraland savannah in the northwest of Namibia, it is located 520km from Windhoek Airport, approximately 1.5 hours by flight in a light aircraft.
The camp’s 13 guest rooms offer either valley or hill-top vistas, and include two luxury suites. Accommodation is rustic yet elegant, incorporating open-air bathrooms, traditional thatched ceilings and a use of colour and texture that is totally in keeping with the surrounding wilderness. All rooms feature private verandas, allowing you to take in fantastic surroundings and vistas.
Breakfast offers guests a choice of cereals, fresh fruits, cooked breakfasts, pancakes and freshly baked muffins, breads, cold meats and cheeses. Light lunches including salads, and sandwiches are served, followed by a real treat – a varied dinner menu offering four courses in the romantic candlelit dining room.
On site facilities include a main lodge providing plenty of books on Namibia and a small camp shop selling safari gear and handicrafts. Enjoy swimming at the natural rock pool and bird watching, in addition to nature walks, excursions to Tyfelfontein to see Bushmen’s rock engravings and paintings and private guided tours to track desert elephants.
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Book by: 18 October 2017
Explore the plains of the Namib Desert, the apricot dunes of Sossusvlei, the charming coastal town of Swakopmund, the rugged terrain of Damaraland and the abundance of wildlife in the world-renowned Etosha National Park.
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