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Bridging the gap between the Skeleton Coast to the west and Etosha National Park to the East, the Huab River Valley (Damaraland) marks the transition from desert to arid savanna habitat.

Damaraland has no national parks - instead, the land is protected by a series of private and community conservancies. And in these protected areas, you will find desert-adapted lions, elephants and rhinos in addition to other specialist dry-habitat species such as mountain zebras, gemsbok (oryx), springbok and brown hyena.

Hidden within the sun-burnished rock formations and mountains of Twyfelfontein, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the finest collections of prehistoric rock art in Southern Africa - etchings of people, wild animals and cattle. The petroglyphs are believed to be between 2,000 and 6,000 years old. Further south, the many caves and overhangs of Brandberg Mountain are a gallery of over a thousand rock paintings, the most famous of which is the "White Lady", now believed to depict a mystical, shaman-like figure.

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Everything you need to know about Damaraland

  • The unique desert-adapted lions, elephants, black rhinos, and other arid-area specialists such as mountain zebra, oryx (gemsbok), springbok and brown hyena. Some lodges in the area offer tracking of desert-adapted elephants and black rhinos on foot.

  • Expeditions to see the petrified forest near the town of Khorixas where large trees have ‘turned to stone over time’ and the geological wonders of Spitzkoppe and Vingerklip.

  • View the prehistoric rock etchings of Twyfelfontein, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

  • View the rock paintings of Brandberg Mountain - including the famous 'White Lady'

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There are numerous accommodation options in Damaraland, from budget campsites to luxury safari lodges. Check out Damaraland accommodation options here (filter by place or lodge name) and follow the prompts to send us an enquiry.

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