Palmwag Lodge & Camp & Campsite (W Kamanjab 120km)

Between Kaokoland and the Skeleton Coast, where the flat-topped Etendeka mountains and the carpet of rich red rock greet the tributaries of the Uniab River, lies Palmwag Lodge and Camp. Amid swaying makalani palms and robust mopane trees nourished by underground water, the lodge overlooks the sweeping northern Damaraland landscape.

One of Africa’s last wildernesses, a refuge for black rhino and lion, and home to the famous desert elephant that follow the ephemeral rivers.

Join a guided hike, a day or morning of exploration, a sleep-out or a sundowner drive in the 582 000-hectare Palmwag Concession, a vast conservation area with an abundance of wildlife.

- Palmwag Lodge & Camp: 24 rooms | 10 x standard twins, 10 comfort twins, 2 family rooms
- Restaurant
- Bar
- Curio shop
- 2 cold water swimming pools

Tented Camp. Travellers are accommodated within the eight permanent tents that are each fully equipped with four beds as well as an en-suite bathroom that includes a shower. The fully-equipped kitchen allows for the preparation of tasteful meals, since it has everything, from a fridge, stove and sink, to all the necessary cooking utensils and cutlery. In addition to this, there is an outside braai as well as a firepit.

- Palmwag Camping2Go: 8 fully equipped self-catering tents with 4 beds each
- Bedding and towels
- Gas cooker
- Barbeque facilities
- Water cooler
- En-suite bathroom with shower
- Fridge
- Fully equipped shaded outdoor kitchen with seating

Camping. Ideal for nature-lovers, this peaceful campsite comprises thirteen spacious sites, each with its own power-point, light, wash basin and fireplace. Being in touch with nature, while having all the luxuries of civilization at your fingertips remains one of the finest experiences on the planet.

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