The main attraction in this Damaraland landscape is not only the amazing rock art but also the search for elusive desert dwelling elephants, black rhinos, giraffe, springbok and ostrich and oryx.
Some of the best Bushman paintings and rock engravings can be found in the very delicate and vulnerable ecosystem of Twyfelfontein and it is here that Twyfelfontein Country Lodge can be found, in the Damaraland desert region of Namibia.
Situated 100 kilometres west of Khorixas and 260 kilometres northeast of Henties Bay, this Namibian Country Lodge is only a five kilometre walk or drive from the historic rock site. Outdoor activities such as walking, scenic drives, cycling and bird watching therefore dominate the agenda when staying at Twyfelfontein Country Lodge. A highlight is the short airplane flips guests can take over the fascinating area.
Twyfelfontein Country Lodge is strategically placed near the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Damaraland, Namibia, and boasts 56 en-suite double rooms all built from natural stone and thatch. Paint colours also tone in with the environment and rock formations all around them. Luxury accommodation in a desert landscape.
All bedrooms (including one VIP room) feature double beds and fans while the main lodge offers a range of facilities such as a wonderful swimming pool, a lounge with open plan dining room, bar, curio shop and internet access. Delicious meals and ice cold beers are served all day.
The main attraction in this Damaraland landscape is not only the amazing rock art but also the search for elusive desert dwelling elephants, black rhinos, giraffe, springbok and ostrich and oryx. These wild animals live in harmony with the communal farming activities within the Uibasen Twyfelfontein Conservancy.
This is the place to see the remainders of the prehistoric volcanic action in amazing geographic features such as the Organ Pipes, Burnt Mountain, Doros Crater and the Petrified Forest. Incredible plants such as the Welwitshcia, Moringa and Commiphora species are found here in Damaraland, Namibia.