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Namibia :: Damaraland
:: Twyfelfontein Area
Category: Camping :: Community Camp
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The camp is operational, facilities include flush toilets and hot water showers and bar. Electricity on at least most campsites, great spots on the riverbank with shade trees.
There is a brick & mortar double story building with a pub on the ground floor and basic restaurant above.The elephants come at 5pm every afternoon to drink from the water tap.
We don’t have anymore detailed information available on this listing because we were unable to contact them. However, it has been visited by our Tracks4Africa community of travellers. (July 2017).
|Address :||Kunene Region /Twyfelfontein/2km from the turn off from D2612 on D3254 on Aba-Huab River bank|
|Cellphone Reception :||Intermittent|
|Rates Quoted :||Per Person|
|Base Currency :||NAD|
|Minimum Rate :||102.00|
|Maximum Rate :||102.00|
|Updated for :||2014|
|Comments :||Rates are NAD80-50 per night & NAD63-25 per child (6-12yrs) andNAD10 per car (once off), Exclusive sites NAD102 per night & NAD85 per child(6-12yrs), Tents & rooms are between NAD221-NAD235. (Rate info updated Jun-13.)|
|Payment Methods Accepted :||Cash|
|Languages spoken :||English, Afrikaans|
|Child Friendly, Restaurant, Restrooms, Landing Strip Nearby|
|Other Facilities :||Bar.|
|Nearby Facilities :||Museum.|
|Facilities :||Power Points, Shaded Sites, Hot and Cold Showers|
|Number of Sites :||12|
|Game Viewing, Game Drives, Tours and Excursions, Picnics, Hiking Trails, Bird Watching, Photography|
|Game to View:||Elephants. Kudus. Oryx. Springbucks. Ostriches just a few|
|Notes on Activities:||Living Museum (Some activities may be offered nearby).|
|Closest Town :||Twyfelfontein|
Try to make use of mobile phones and emails to communicate and to make reservations. (Jul-17).
“Stayed here in 2013 - very disappointed! No doors on ablutions, Reception staff lazy and unhelpful, one asleep on the desk. As a community camp site we had hoped for more as we wanted to support the community, but the money does not appear to go back into the upkeep of the camp.” - Alison Rowan, 2015/06/15
“A good campsite, close to the Rock engravings. But like other campsite close to famous Namibian attractions, expensive, crowded, too little ablution. And this one was noisy at night. Some genuine hippies spend the hole night singing and playing guitar. Just bad luck.” - Jan Amersfoort, 2008/09/01
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