With understated elegance, 12 thatched, tented suites await your stay. The twin beds overlook a panoramic veranda, while wood and rattan furnishings combine with subtle, earthy hues to match the ambience of the desert. The stilted design gives a lofty view over the surrounding bushveld, while maintaining a comfortable secluded feel.
There is a large pool and lounge area where you can relax between activities. The open-walled dining room is perfectly situated with endless views of the dry savannah. You will enjoy daily sundowners from the top of the mountain, where the camp has its own small bar.
At sunrise join your local guide for a leisurely game drive in an open-air vehicle. The wildlife here is spread further afield than in other parts of Africa, but this only makes it that much more rewarding when you find them. Desert-adapted creatures, such as elephant, giraffe and black rhino, have evolved over centuries to thrive in such a seemingly meager environment. There are a number of short trails near the lodge, so you might spend an afternoon on a nature walk. You won’t want to miss an excursion to see the ancient rock engravings at Twyfelfontein.