Camp Doros, Damaraland
Camp Doros is purposefully small and intimate, and it is positioned in a hotspot for desert-adapted black rhino. Activities centre on tracking black rhino with an experienced and qualified Rhino Ranger staff, and the option to look for Desert elephant. The camp is located on a high bank in the midst of Damaraland, overlooking a (usually) dry riverbed and forests of Mopane trees. Because the camp is shielded from the prevailing winds, it has one of the smallest environmental footprints of any camp in Namibia.
There are six guest tents (one of which is a family unit) on platforms. Each tent has twin or double bed(s), cabinets, solar electricity for lights and charging points, hot running showers, and flush toilets. The camp also offers a large common area with a bar, dining room, lounge with fires and a campfire terrace. There is also a plunge pool and sun deck. Camp Doros focuses on personalised service, which includes scrumptous meals produced in a solar and wood-fired kitchen.