Mowani Mountain Camp

Mowani Mountain Camp consists of 12 luxury tents, all with en-suite facilities, decorated beautifully in East African style. The luxury tents are a great source of relaxation. Comfortably hidden in your own private hide-away, you will be pampered by crisp white linen, en-suite bathrooms, and of course your own wooden deck offering an open view of the wonderful Damara landscape.

Between the Ugab and the Huab Rivers in southern Damaraland lies a vast and unspoilt wilderness area, boasting magnificent desert scenery, unusual geological formations, archaeological sites and a unique variety of desert fauna & flora. This is also the southernmost roaming-ground of the rare black rhino and the desert elephant.

Here you will find the Twyfelfontein Conservancy and the Mowani Mountain Camp. The word M’wane means “Place of God”, and here you will find the true meaning of the words – peace and tranquility. Mowani nestles amongst the majestic boulders of this beautiful area on a high spot, commanding distant views over the ancient landscape.

Great care has been taken with the design of the recreational areas, giving the impression of an African Village. The luxury-tents are elegantly decorated with furnishings especially designed for convenience and comfort.

Guests can relax around a man-made rock pool that has been skillfully carved out of the local stone, blending in perfectly with the natural surroundings.

Daytime activities include guided nature drives, in search of the elusive desert elephant, guided nature walks in and around the camp as well as the option of enjoying a relaxing massage at our serenity center. We also offer excursions to the Twyfelfontein engravings as well as excursions to the Petrified Forest.

Envisage comfort, solitude and relaxation and you envisage Mowani Mountain Camp. Visions of Africa.

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