You’ll find Mowani Mountain Camp, with its outstanding views and stylish accommodation, hidden amongst huge boulders in the untamed desert landscape of Damaraland.
Consciously constructed to blend in with the surrounding landscape, Mowani’s shapes, textures and colours all mimic the magnificent desert scenery. The 15 guestrooms and suites are equally unobtrusive with their canvas walls and thatched ceilings. All have modern ensuites and private decks, whilst the two luxury suites come with open-air bathrooms and spacious lounges. The best and most far-reaching views over the Damara landscape can be admired from the aptly named superior view rooms.
Enjoy game drives across the rugged landscape for a chance to come across the desert dwelling elephants, springbok and jackal that roam the plains. You can also take excursions to see the ancient rock engravings at Twyfelfontein, the country’s first designated World Heritage Site, and the geologically-remarkable Organ Pipes. The main lodge has a swimming pool where you can cool off and relax in between activities.
Mowani Mountain Camp, at a glance
- Modern camp situated in Twyfelfontein at the heart of southern Damaraland
- Perched on a granite outcrop with sweeping views
- Award-winning architectural design with a classic African décor
- Vaulted thatched ceilings and private decks
- Thirteen guestrooms with ensuites and two luxury suites
- Two thatched rondavels house the relaxed dining and lounge area
- Experienced local guides
For leisure and pleasure
- Visits to fascinating geological and San rock art sites
- Guided game drives in open-air vehicles along the Huab River to encounter unique flora and fauna
- Wide range of birdlife in the area including Ruppell’s korhaan and the endemic Damara hornbill
- Nature walks around camp
- Refreshing swimming pool built into the rocks
- Beautiful sundowner viewpoint perched high on the boulders