Mowani Mountain Camp

Description of accommodation:

I could see how the Twyfelfontein conservancy may have wanted to remain inaccessible through all of time, it has been protecting the southern most roaming ground of the black rhino and elusive desert elephant.

Sustainable eco-tourism and community upliftment is of the utmost importance at Mowani. Guides from the local tribes compliment day-time game drives to track mountain zebra, kudu, springbok, klipspringer and if you are fortunate enough… the leopard! The adventurer in me took over at Mowani. Days were filled with game drives, hot air balloon trips over the Aba-Huab Valley, champagne breakfasts and all fresco meals amidst the dusky landscape beneath Mopani trees.

Adrift in my own universe, it was easy to forget that nestled between the ancient granite boulders and paths connecting it all together, were 12 thatch en-suite rooms… each accommodating a story of their own.

There are plenty of ways to relax at Mowani Mountain Camp.

Discover the pool deck, lodged between the boulders where you can soak up the sun whilst enjoying a refreshing drink and admiring breathtaking views. Adventures and activities available at Mowani include guided nature drives in search of the elusive desert elephant and hiking through magnificent scenery.

Staying at Mowani Mountain Camp, a traveller can easily join in an excursion to explore the historical site of Twyfelfontein. Twyfelfontein is a rare example of Bushmen engravings and paintings occurring at the same site. This wonderful archealogical site offers more than 2,500 engravings as well as various paintings, and is probably the finest example of rock engravings in Southern Africa.

Activities:
Elephant / Nature Drive (+- 4 to 6 hours in the morning) including drinks
Twyfelfontein, Burnt Mountain and Organ Pipes Excursion (+- 2 hours in the afternoon) including drinks

Guided walks (+- 1,5 to 2 hours in the morning) Experience the sights, smells and sounds of the African bush on foot. You may be lucky enough to see Springbok and Kudu as well as some interesting bird life including various raptors and the ever-present Rock Hyrax. Guided walks must be booked in advance and are subject to guide availability

CAMPSITES:
ACCOMMODATION AND FACILITIES:
Each campsite has its own private ablution facilities – shower, basin and toilet plus a kitchen wash-up area.

The campsite does not have electricity
Boilers are lit on request only – please arrange this at check-in.
The campsite is serviced on a daily basis.

PLEASE NOTE:
Subject to availability and ONLY in the Low Season, campsite guests may make reservations for meals at the Lodge. Such reservations can only be made on arrival. Preference is given to Mowani Mountain Camp guests.

None of the other facilities at Mowani Mountain Camp are available for campsite guests.
Campsite guests are advised to bring along their own foodstuffs.
Wood and ice is available for sale.

Description of Surroundings:

Prices excluding Conservation levy of N$190 (2017)/N$200 (2018) per person per night.

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