Desert Elephant Camp is located amongst towering boulders in Twyfelfontein valley.
Each campsite is shaded and has its own fireplace. All campsites have access to a communal kitchen facility and shared ablution with showers and flush toilets. Each campsite accommodates a maximum of eight people, whereas four group campsites cater for up to 20 people.
Twyfelfontein is Namibia’s first world heritage site, with a well-earned reputation for the largest collection, of ancient rock engravings in Southern Africa, and famously known for its desert-adapted elephants.